Reviews Archive

Album Review: “In Time” by Akshara Music Ensemble

After five years of journeying through the musical greatness of South Indian melodies, Akshara Music Ensemble has finally released their debut album “In Time”. The album brings to the world Carnatic melodies dressed in different attire. The music is edgy, contemporary and yet original ...Read More

Album Review: “120 OneTwenty” by Daniel Biro

It took six years of hard work and research before Daniel Biro could drop his keyboard instrumental album “120 OneTwenty” on 16th of February, this year. It seems that his dedication has paid off for this new album is an entirely out of the ...Read More

Album Review: “Roadmaps” by Jan Sturiale

December 23rd last year, Jan Sturiale, with his team of exceptionally talented musicians, released the nine-track album ‘Roadmaps”. The album pays true tribute to the melodies of jazz and the magic that is whipped when all the styles of jazz are brought together. Jan ...Read More

Album Review: “Power” by Staring Into Nothing

“Power”, coming from the three-member band of Staring Into Nothing, is an album that truly brings forward the proper essence of progressive rock and the latest in music construction. The trio consisting of Steve Rogers, Savannah Rogers, and Kurt Barabas have worked with producer/mixer ...Read More

Single Review: “Darkness” by RaR

Australia has recently given the world of music a sonic boom with so many new, enthusiastic artists and bands. One of them is their very own RaR, a two member band of Rich and Raymo, who have been buddies since their college days. They ...Read More