Review By: Jordan Nathanson American Authors – Best Night of my Life           American Authors new album Best Night of my Life can be described as a feel-good album of 2023. This album is filled with uplifting beats, motivational lyrics and it creates a positive vibe for the listener. With their hit song “Best Day of my Life” about to hit its ten-year anniversary, this is […]

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Messy Review by: Jordan Nathanson      San Roman’s new album Messy is a beautiful coming of age story told through emotional lyrics and mellow melodies. Alexa San Roman is the soul member of San Roman with this being her first solo project after a five-year hiatus from the music scene. This album is her way of getting her feelings of loss and the pains of growing older. Each song […]

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Band: Pollyanna Album: SLIME Label: I Surrender Records Review By: Jordan Nathanson Pollyanna, a punk band from New Jersey, celebrates summer with their fourth album SLIME. The entire album is filled with raw emotions, catchy lyrics, and the raw punk sound that we all need after a long day with people that we can’t stand or just need to scream. The new album has an amazing balance of songs with […]

Alter Bridge Walk the Sky 2.0 Napalm Records Remember in the 90’s when artists would release CD ‘Maxi-Singles?’ They would usually feature the radio single along with a few live tracks to make fetching a ten-dollar price tag worth it. Well, it’s 2020 and Alter Bridge is bringing back the Maxi-Single! Sort of – they are calling this ‘Walk the Sky 2.0;’ a compilation if you will of six tracks […]

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Frank Iero and the Future Violents is the former guitarist from My Chemical Romance, Frank Ieros’s latest solo project. In following his music career since MCR’s breakup in 2013, I can say that his music has always had a unique sound. Frank Iero and the Future Violents released their first album “Barriers” at the end of May and I can’t stop listening to it. The songs are not only catchy […]

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Review by: Zara Roach Meet Diva in a Yellow Tank! They just released their first album and you can even get it on vinyl! How cool is that?  When you take a listen you will hear a cool Indy vibe and a very unique sound that you cannot get enough of. The title track is “Lost and Found” and their art of the cover will grab you with the cool […]

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2015 brought music fans a lot of great new releases. From major label debuts to super groups and unsigned artists, we’ve put together our list of the top 10 for 2015. You’ve got gift cards for the holidays – it’s time to use em and we’re here to help! Meg Myers – Sorry Originally from right here in sunny south Florida (despite how much she loves to boast being from Tennessee […]

Dharmata Cycles Independent It’s been 3 years since West Palm Beach’s Dharmata unleashed their infectious self-titled debut to the public and the wait for a new studio album is finally over with the release of Cycles. Produced by Brett Hestla (Creed, Virgos Mirlot, Dark New Day), fans worldwide now get to hear tunes that only us South Floridians have been privy to experience in the live setting this past year. […]

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Raggy Monster As the Thorn Lures the Widow’s Lip, it Seeks No Wisdom from the Wicker Flies Independent I can’t stress this enough – despite the fact that 2014 is almost over, if you buy one album, physical or digital, it must be – get ready – As the Thorn Lures the Widow’s Lip, it Seeks No Wisdom from the Wicker Flies, the sophomore effort from West Palm Beach’s Raggy […]

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Flyleaf Between the Stars Loud & Proud Records Flyleaf fans were stunned when the bands lead vocalist Lacey Sturm announced her leaving the band just days before the release of their upcoming album, New Horizons. After touring that album with new vocalist Kristen May at the helm the band is on fire with May’s full-length debut with the band, Between the Stars. Fans worrying about the bands direction need not […]

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