Weirdbois – I C O N I C Wants You To Have A Happy Valentine’s Day Listening To Their Debut
In the 20th Century, music was by and large described in broad strokes via genres like rock, country, rap, jazz, metal, etc. In the 21st Century, it’s all about them microgenres. I C O N I C, the latest release from wide spectrum music clearinghouse Let’s Talk Figures (LTF),... Read more
ALBUM REVIEW: The “Power is in the Subtleties” On Flintwick Debut EP
Central Arkansas producer and DJ Brady Cagle, who goes by the pseudonym Flintwick, dropped his debut EP “Whiskers,” this past Friday. Though it’s hard to define Flintwick’s unique style, you may fancy this EP if you’re a fan of producers like Thriftworks, Tipper, and Bassnectar. Don’t expect explosive bass... Read more
ALBUM REVIEW: Dylan Earl’s ‘New Country To Be’ Out Friday Has the Sound That Built Nashville
When did mainstream country music become so bad? When did it turn from icons like Cash, Jones, Strait and Ledoux to the likes of Florida-Georgia Line, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan? I think we can all agree that the latest batch of Nashville cronies is leading the vote for... Read more
ALBUM REVIEW: Pallbearer Delivers Doom For The Masses
By Justin Bates Pallbearer‘s proclivity to combine profound gloom and melancholy with a primal heaviness is a recipe for success and its one they’ve mastered over the years. The band has teased us a little over the past several weeks, releasing a couple of singles in the lead-up to... Read more