“New Old Stock” EP: Pat Ryan Key

This will be my fourth EP review and I couldn't be more happier! I appreciate Pat Ryan Key for allowing me the opportunity to talk about their EP titled New Old Stock. Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on … Continue reading “New Old Stock” EP: Pat Ryan Key

EP “Sick Love”: Endfall

Here we are at #3! I appreciate Endfall giving me the opportunity to talk about their EP titled "Sick Love". Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on how the music made me feel, think, the vibes the song gave … Continue reading EP “Sick Love”: Endfall

Fall Child: At First Glance

At first glance, this hard rock group already looks like they can deliver a high intensity set backed with energetic lyrics. Due to the unconventional use of bass, this causes them to stand out from most bands I have seen in the past. Based out of Northeast Oklahoma, Fall Child is quickly making a name … Continue reading Fall Child: At First Glance

Agony Incorporated: A Glimpse Inside

Though this band's name may appear to reflect carnage and horror, there is a deeper concept underneath. Throughout the lyrics and within the core of their music, Agony Incorporated brings mental health awareness to the forefront and provides listeners a sense of emotional belonging. The intense raw energy during their performance draws immediate attention from … Continue reading Agony Incorporated: A Glimpse Inside

Vibe Fusion: Polaroid Panda

Whenever I attend a show and listen to any band, naturally I know what genre I am expecting to hear. It should be common sense right? Usually, but not this time. Polaroid Panda is odd, but unique when it comes to their flavor profile of music. Their style can't be placed in a box or … Continue reading Vibe Fusion: Polaroid Panda

“Self Titled” EP: Simeon Basil

This will be my 2nd CD review to date. I am glad Simeon Basil allowed me to discuss and go in depth with his "Self Titled" EP. Per usual with any of my music reviews, I will be reviewing each song one at a time. This commentary is based on how the music made me … Continue reading “Self Titled” EP: Simeon Basil

Erin Detherage aka “Dr. Shred”

The last place I expected to spend Samhain/Halloween night was at Tequila Grill in Elkins, AR. I didn't know this restaurant was ever utilized as a music venue at all. As always, I love seeking out new and interesting scenes, but this artist caught my eye immediately due to the nickname "Dr. Shred." Deep down, … Continue reading Erin Detherage aka “Dr. Shred”

EP “Reach Out”: Jeremiah Griffin

This will be my first time doing a review of a newly released CD, but I am glad Jeremiah Griffin allowed me to do a review of his EP "Reach Out." Since all the songs are all different styles and tones, I will be reviewing one song at a time. This review is based on … Continue reading EP “Reach Out”: Jeremiah Griffin

“Coming on Up” with Henry Invisible

Last weekend I got my brain drained to this up and coming, bound for fame funk musician. The most accurate way I know how to describe what I heard is if Elton John, Prince, & Daft Punk all had a baby and birthed forth the music of Henry Invisible. If you have not heard of … Continue reading “Coming on Up” with Henry Invisible

Simeon Basil

When I was at the Six Twelve Coffeehouse & Bar the night before, I randomly met this woman named Christie Walker. It was because of her recommending me to come back to this venue to listen to Simeon Basil (@simeonbasilmusic) that I had the opportunity to engage in an interview with him. How would you … Continue reading Simeon Basil