Category: CD Review

Jerry Gaff’s “Sojourn” In Review

By Julie Caldwell Recorded last year Jerry Gaff’s latest release “Sojourn” is an eleven track CD that features high quality...

Frank Marzano’s “The Boy Who Always Got Picked Last”

By Julie Caldwell   Merging strong melodies, crisp vocals, smart and tactful arrangements with wonderful guitar riffs and excellent...

Five Seat Concert Hall Album Review

By Julie Caldwell Strangers and Liars released their newest album this past February entitled “Five Seat Concert Hall” that includes...

Onewayness’ “The Sound Of Thunder”

By Julie Caldwell This Experimental Electronic album is a five-track collection of the most melodic and brilliantly produced Electronica...

Requiem for Oblivion CD Review

By Heather Dalrymple I met Steve Jacobson on Facebook in 2011. When Steve sent me this CD, he told me that he wrote it as a project...

Scarlet Ledbetter’s Latest Release

By Julie Caldwell   In late December of last year, local artists Scarlet Ledbetter released their self-entitled CD that features eight...

James Blake By James Blake CD Review

During 2009 and 2010, James Blake issued a clutch of abstract dubstep singles on Hemlock, Hessle Audio, and R&S. Each release increased...

Romantic Era’s “Even If Your Voice Shakes” CD Review

By Julie Caldwell   You might think that the challenges that come with having a seven-member band might take away from the music, but...

Chasing Moira’s “Far Away As Yesterday”

By Julie Caldwell For many artists, studio albums, though well produced and technically amazing, the music seems to lack the energy that...

Kris Kristofferson: Feeling Mortal ~ CD Review

By Colin McGuire Even if its title were different, there still might not be a more death-obsessed 28th album in the history of music than...