Review: Norine Braun – Through Train Windows

Noreen Braun

Norine Braun’s new record Through Train Windows gives the listener a glimpse into the singer-songwriter’s world, full of heartfelt stories and interesting melodies. What’s a better way to get inspiration for an album than taking a 6000 kilometer train journey? Norine Braun did exactly this, crossing Canada on a ‘Riding The Rails’ tour, where she … Read more

EP Review: Damon Mitchell – Elise

Damon Mitchell

Damon Mitchell offers up an interesting mix of 70s folk/pop with new record Elise, full of honest  insights and clever flourishes. Damon Mitchell has never been afraid to pay homage to his heroes throughout his music. His songs are littered with little nuances or snippets in sections where you can recall his influences, and this … Read more

Review: Imagination Movers – 10-4

Imagination Movers

Family friendly rock sensation Imagination Movers return with new record 10-4, offering up more tracks for the whole family to enjoy, together. Emmy Award winning band Imagination Movers might be a group that people without kids haven’t heard of, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that this collective are seriously good musicians. Their … Read more

Review: Bobbie Marrone – Lonely St.

Bobbie Marrone

Bobbie Marrone returns with new record Lonely St, treating the listener to a plethora of simple but addictive ideas that benefit from strong musicianship. If you’re going to be a singer/songwriter, you’ve got to be prepared to wear your heart on your sleeve. If you can’t open yourself up to the fullest, your listeners are … Read more

Review: Sam Fishman – End Of Time

Sam Fishman

Sam Fishman takes us on an epic journey with new record End Of Time, featuring fascinating commentary pieces spliced between progressive rock-based tracks. Sam Fishman has always had a penchant for not going by the book, and his new record End Of Time is testament to this. The usual album-format is thrown away with here, … Read more

Review: Sound Strider – Occult Electric

Sound Strider

Sound Strider returns with new record Occult Electric, creating an impressive mix of spacey electronica and synthesized soundscapes. Musician Sam Waks (the face of Sound Strider) has been on his vibrant electronic journey since the early 2000s when he learned to mix vinyl. Like many electronica artists, vinyl seems to be the starting point for … Read more

Review: Adam Rose – Levitate The Base

Adam Rose

Adam Rose releases new record Levitate The Base, featuring a mixture of psychedelic rock, 80s melodies and strong musicianship. Adam Rose really loves the guitar. As soon as you start listening to new record Levitate The Base, that’s the first thing you’re drawn to, and it’s evident that a lot of attention has been placed … Read more

Review: Todd Warner Moore – Spark

Todd Warner Moore

Todd Warner Moore releases new record Spark, and with it we’re taken on a journey through a world of simplicity backed up by clever nuances. It can be difficult to make an indie/folk album stand out amongst the crowd. There’s a lot of singer/songwriters these days that can write a really good song, but struggle … Read more

EP Review: CarnyMusic – Self-Titled

CarnyMusic

We take a listen to CarnyMusic’s self-titled EP that uses both simple and complex compositions to drive forward its country/folk sound. Singer-songwriter Mike Carnahan likes to keep himself occupied. Not only is he lead singer of Western psyche band The Green Door, but he’s now decided to release a solo EP under the guise CarnyMusic. … Read more