Matthew Browning: “Underneath the Willow Tree” – an absolute opus!
Based in Colorado Springs, CO, Matthew Browning blends post-progressive rock with theatrical overtones, engaging the listener with both emotional and spiritual depth. Matthew, who has been c... Read more
Towards Zero: “Reveries” – an abundance of musical and artistic expressions
Towards Zero is a band from Ceres, CA, who have released their debut EP entitled “Reveries”. What the band has accomplished on their first recording is truly phenomenal. They have crafted a... Read more
Collaborateurs: “Interstellar Colors” is musically beyond spectacular
“Interstellar Colors” is the third album released under the Collaborateurs name, but Curtis Hubbard, Glenn Hubbard, Roger Brandon, and Jeremy Cayton have worked together in other acts for a... Read more
Interview with Affluent Records EDM Producer – J Chamberlain
J Chamberlain formally known as (Renzer II/ RII) is an American EDM, Electronic Pop, House, Progressive, Producer/Composer/ Artist from Texas signed to Affluent/ Orchard Sony & music lic... Read more
Roger Cole: “Final Curtain” – crafting music way beyond the masses
Roger Cole is anything but predictable. Other than the fact that excellence flows in abundance from his river of musical and artistic expression, his music (usually together with his partner... Read more
MVJOR ARCVNA: ‘Tower’ Volume 1 – lavish work that swelters with swagger and soul
Sure generally music is everybody’s kind of personal taste. But if one described it as deep, many layered and melting in a perfect way between eight concise, semi-psychedelic and progressive... Read more
Z Quest: “Among the Human Race” – one tightly knit bundle of musical freedom and epic sound
If Pink Floyd was just starting out as an electronic band right now, they would probably be doing the type of conscientious elaborate arrangements done by Z Quest. And at the same time, if y... Read more
Elmo Karjalainen: ‘Age Of Heroes’ – a bulldozer of an album!
Elmo Karjalainen is a ‘guitarist’s guitarist’ who revels in a self-penned musical hybrid shot through with intensity and precision. His latest album ‘Age Of Heroes’ is a big sounding album w... Read more
Slang: “Growing Wild” builds dense soundscapes with sparkling guitar riffs and solos
“Growing Wild” is the 6th solo album by Canadian guitarist, producer Slang. It is an all instrumental album with a base of hard rock served with layers of jazz, funk, blues, and pop. Forging... Read more
Guido Voza: “Circle” – inspired by the novel “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” by Friedrich Nietzsche
Italian multi-instrumentalist, Guido Voza, who plays the guitar, bass, keyboards, and drums, has presented his 14 track concept album, entitled “Circle”. The album is inspired by the first c... Read more
GRIEVE THE ASTRONAUT – A plenary vision of music which is devastatingly gorgeous!
Started in 2015, GRIEVE THE ASTRONAUT is Raymond Hayden (Piano, Lead Vocals), Calissa Knox (2nd Piano, Synth, Backing Vocals), Ben Beman (Bass), Taylor Enloe (Guitar) and Mike Burt (Drums, B... Read more
Collaborateurs: “Marshall Sessions” – a total anachronism compared to today’s mainstream music!
I’m in love with this album. “Marshall Sessions” (as in Marshall, NC) is filled with beautiful melodic themes, sweeping lush choruses, and one of the smartest rhythm sectio... Read more
Jathon Delsy: “For Real” – a higher intelligence?
What strikes most first, about Jathon Delsy – a musician based in London, England, who composes, arranges, performs and produces his own music – is what a colorful persona he projects... Read more
Robot Raven: “Greatest Hits, Part Two” – better than the public consumption of music wants!
This album is essentially supposed to be Robot Raven’s “Greatest Hits, Part Two”, but the simple fact is that most music listeners have never heard one of these 18 songs. This is a tragedy i... Read more
Alex Coombes: “Hitori” – Guitar Heaviness and Translucent Soundscapes
Based in Suffolk, Alex Coombes has been working as a session musician and guitar teacher for several years now. At the age of 15 he discovered the iconic “Passion and Warfare” album by Steve... Read more
Art of Decay: “The Rise” shifts between heavenly atmospheres and brutal heaviness
The Art of Decay started when drummer David D’Auria and guitarist Eric Quiros met in 2013. After meeting, they discovered they shared an interest in wanting to create something excitin... Read more
CONVEY: “Nothing But a Love Song” – something truly inspired!
Out of LA, CONVEY is Post-rock band with rampant progressive undertones. “Nothing But a Love Song” is the band’s first official single release. Currently working on a full-length album, the... Read more
Jathon Delsy: “Too Tight” – a musical genius in skirt and stockings!
“Too Tight” is a live performance video of vocals and guitar over a self-produced multi-tracked backing track, which was composed, arranged, performed, and produced by Jathon Delsy. Now let... Read more
AES: “We Rise”- a nod to French history and an existential quest about the future of humanity
AES is an 18 years old musician, DJ and producer from Paris, France. Since the age of 7 he started guitar before moving onto piano and then drums, all the while developing his skills in musi... Read more