My review for the massive new album from Pain of Salvation.
Maschine outdoes their debut with an exquisite second album.
Another hook-filled, hard rock album with an indie, singer/songwriter bent, “A Way You’ll Never Be” is the distillation of John Wesley’s past projects and a conception of music that is raw and unapologetic.
Frost* brings their A-game again.
Command Prompt: Listen to Affinity.
Messenger’s sophomore takes a rather unexpected psych-influenced detour, but is regardless a commendable follow-up.
My thoughts on the lyrics for Haken’s “The Mountain”.
How does Headspace’s new album compare to the debut?
Read my thoughts on the lyrical content of Riverside’s “Love, Fear and the Time Machine”.
Read about the surprising and elegant new solo album from Nad Sylvan.