Posts Tagged ‘records’

The Beatles, George Harrison’s First Six Solo Albums, Remastered with Bonus Extras George Harrison’s first six solo albums, released between 1968 and 1975 on The Beatles’ Apple Records label, have been digitally remastered from the original analogue masters for CD and digital release on September 23 by Capitol/UMe. Won…

Veteran Norfolk rock band, Mae, is celebrating the ten-year anniversary of their classic debut album Destination: B-Sides with an intimate one-time-only online performance at StageIt.com on June 7th. The show will feature the band performing from their studio and interacting with fans, all streaming live online and on…

– By Brandon Callies – “Push Play” Hard rock band, Klogr’s sophomore album, Black Snow is a good mixture of monster riffs and melody. The tone of Black Snow is set early, and it certainly gives a glimpse of what is the be expected for the rest of the album, as the band grabs the listener’s attention with the first trac…

Hand Drawn Records. A Compilation. Volume 3. Live Studio Session at Big Acre Sound (Copper Canyon, TX) – Words by Michal Elizabeth Smith // Photos by Ronnie Jackson – Post-rock glitch duo, Summer of Glaciers recorded their newest song, “To the Ground” for Hand Drawn Records’ third compilation album. Pulling from electr…

– By Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Black Stone Cherry has made its name as a no-nonsense rock band, and they are still waving that flag on their new album, Magic Mountain. Southern rock mixed with stoner metal and a soulful vocal approach is the formula for this outfit from Edmonton Kentucky. “Holding On..To Letting Go…

– By James Villa – “PUSH PLAY” Miss May I returns with its fourth full length studio album, Rise of the Lion. This time around it appears the band has focused primary on the fundamentals of what made them a household name back in 2010. Rise of the Lion is a journey full of great harmonies and melodic interludes. Tracks…

Sheezus, Lily Allen’s third studio album, is out today on Warner Bros. Records. It is the British pop singer’s first album since 2009’s acclaimed It’s Not Me, It’s You. Sheezus finds her re-teaming with her long-time collaborator Greg Kurstin (Tegan & Sara, P!nk), except for on the title track, which was produced by DJ…

– By Danielle Longueville – “PUSH PLAY.” AND THEN PUSH IT A THOUSAND TIMES MORE. As a first time listener to Closure in Moscow, I was immediately impressed with the level of talent these guys possess. The influences of The Mars Volta and Chiodos resound through this prog-rock quintet without taking away from their raw…