• The Test Drive: Bentley Jones – Unravelling

    Bentley Jones definitely kicks it up a notch with his new album, “Unravelling”. While his musicianship and songwriting chops were already state-of-the-art when we first reviewed him for “The Rebellion” in 2015, the maturity and experience clearly shine through, both on his original material, as well as his cover of

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: The Prolific – 1000 Part 1

    The Prolific are a band that absolutely cannot be pidgeon-holed into a genre. They are that good. One track after another of solid music from a solid band. Expect BIG things from The Prolific in 2016. Check out our exclusive interview with Matthew Knox from the Prolific HERE. Previous |

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Radiodrone – The Truth Syndicate Diaries

    Melding the perfect blend of heaviness and harmony is a tricky thing to accomplish. Believe me I know. But Radiodrone have no trouble with it whatsoever with their 2015 release “The Truth Syndicate Diaries”. The album is a story and that story is never ending. Check out our original review

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Jack Hardy – Slipped

    Jack Hardy impressed me right off the bat. With his “Wall of Sound” approach to recording and his “Mersey Sound” approach to songwriting it’s easy to put his music in your stereo, hit play, and just let the album run it’s course. Love it! Check out our original review HERE.

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Hackmonocut – The Sum of My Parts

    Hackmonocut is an enigma if ever there was one. And that is a good thing because it ads a mystique to his already gorgeous music. Think 21st century Jim Morrison, not in style of music, but in presence. Check out our original review HERE. Previous | Next LINKS: http://www.facebook.com/Hackmonocut http://twitter.com/Hackmonocut

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Jasmine Cain – White Noise

    Musically powerful and seductive is the best way to describe Jasmine Cain. A talented singer/songwriter/bassist/rockstar with a penchant for writing good music this is the new first lady of rock. Remember the name and mention her now so you can look smart when she explodes onto the scene. Check out our

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Victory Kicks – High Wires

    Seemlessly crafted is the best way to describe Victory Kick’s 2015 album, “High Wires”. This album puts up to shut up with a steady stream of indie hits and solid tracks. I would liken this to being one big single split into ten parts. Brilliant! Check out our original review

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: The Train Set – Never California

    With musical roots dating back to the eighties Manchester scene, The Train Set sounds fresh and new as ever with their 2015 release, “Never California”. Being that they are, in fact, the very inspiration for some of the other artists on this list, it seems rather fitting that they be

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Bloodhounds On My Trail – Escape II

    Bloodhounds On My Trail had a simply superb 2015 with the release of their album “Escape II”. These Melbourne Shoegazers have a layered texture to their music that is as unparalleled as it is daunting. Let’s hope that 2016 give this band the global recognition it so richly deserves. Check

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Silverbird – Pureland

    Silverbird clearly had an awesome 2015 with the release of their album “Pureland”. What we have here are nine rock anthems of different magnitude with one vision and that vision is to make the best music in the world and that is clearly what Silverbird are going for. Look for

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Elora – Cada día es así

    “Cada día es así” is one of those albums that simply grabs you with it’s opener and won’t let go until the last track has had it’s way with you. Elora scored big this year with their 2015 effort to the point where they had to tour on both sides

  • The 25 Best Indie Albums of 2015: Painted Fish – Painted Fish

    “I really wish every single day was a beach day…”, as one of the lyrics from “Beach Day Blues”, is a perfect summation of Painted Fish’s eponymous 2015 album. This band is a well oiled machine. Rarely do we see a band that everyone is equally talented in. But just

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