Daphne Willis Serenades Freaks Like Me

Freaks Like Me Daphne Willis Independent Release, 2017 Daphne Willis has created a substantive slice of soul flavored pop with her most recent … [Read more...]

Howard Simon Bares his Soul on Visitors

Visitors Howard Simon Independent Release, 2017 Reviewed by Cathal Croft Howard Simon has put together a collection of carefully crafted, and well … [Read more...]

Natalise and the Sunset Run Offer us Glimpses of the Sun

Glimpses of the Sun Natalise and the Sunset Run Independent Release, 2017 From California comes the subdued pop of classically trained pianist, … [Read more...]

Allan Holdsworth’s Epic Retrospective

Eidolon Allan Holdsworth Manifesto, 2017 Before Joe Satriani and Steve Vai there was Allan Holdsworth. Guitar heroes of the common variety may be … [Read more...]

Jason Andrew Brown’s View of Americana

Jason Andrew Brown Jason Andrew Brown Independent Release, 2017 There's something about the midwest that helps to develop compelling songwriters. … [Read more...]

KP Wolfe’s Exodus

Exodus KP Wolfe Independent Release, 2016 Reviewed by Cathal Cart KP Wolfe isn't approaching this album with a gentle hand or any notions of … [Read more...]

Six String Soldier Answers the Call of Duty

Six String Soldier Joey Stuckey Senate Records, 2016 White boys playin' the blues can be a well trod, cliché filled, music genre. Blind blues … [Read more...]

Scott Smith’s Americana Road Trip

Down to Memphis Scott Smith Independent Release, 2016 Reviewed by Cathal Cart Scott Smith dives deep into his Americana roots rock and pays … [Read more...]

Orlando’s First Ever Field Trip South!

Scott Sugiuchi is a busy, busy man. He plays in several bands (The Stents, the Hatebombs), he has a wonderful garage label, Hidden Volume Records, and … [Read more...]

The Skinny on Field Trip South

For many creatures great and small, a trip to Florida during Winter months can be just the thing that's needed to brighten moods. This February, … [Read more...]