All posts by Kath Galasso
The Camino Side Project Releases ‘of movement and music’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 142 The Camino Side Project or How Memories of a Lifetime Become an Alternative Rock Album. A life journey can take you to places you’ve never been or it can bring you back to where...
- Posted February 26, 2019
Lord Sonny the Unifier Releases “The Starman,” New Single/Video
ARTICLE VIEWS: 133 In advance of their upcoming debut album Final Notice, Lord Sonny the Unifier has released their new single, along with a video that will make you think about the world we live in. The...
- Posted February 25, 2019
Rich Lerner and The Groove, “Jammin’ with Juma”
ARTICLE VIEWS: 212 Rich Lerner and The Groove can be considered a journeyman band and there ain’t nothing wrong with that. After nearly three decades of playing their own music and covering almost everyone else’s, they’re back...
- Posted February 23, 2019
Ashley Wilson Finds Time To “Paint The Sky”
ARTICLE VIEWS: 312 Winter blues got you? If you’re longing for days that are bright and warm, maybe a little new music from Ashley Wilson will help ease your way through the cold and dark of this...
- Posted February 12, 2019
A Decade Later, BRAVE Release the calm | the storm
ARTICLE VIEWS: 197 The metaphors surrounding the title of Washington D.C. based prog rock band BRAVE’s new release reach outside the boundary of curious. Its title the calm | the storm not only references the leaping between...
- Posted February 5, 2019
Peter Senior ‘On the Edge’ – Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 174 Peter Senior is a singer-songwriter from Sydney, whose debut release On the Edge features a full plate of songs having big sound, big production and a big impact. But then he’s from Australia…it’s a...
- Posted January 28, 2019
American High Gets Real with U.N. Article 14
ARTICLE VIEWS: 132 Combining punk and 60s musical influences with songs about social injustice is just the start of what California band American High is all about. Their latest release, U.N. Article 14, is full of up...
- Posted January 24, 2019
Gideon King and City Blog – Upscale Madhouse
ARTICLE VIEWS: 199 Refreshing complex and simple. A contradiction in terms, yet both are easily applied to the latest full length CD from Gideon King & City Blog. Guitarist Gideon King spent years amidst the New...
- Posted January 17, 2019
Paul Maged Releases ‘The Resistance’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 220 Sometimes the best laid plans… well, you know how that goes. When we last caught up with New York singer-songwriter Paul Maged, he had just released the first in a trilogy of planned EPs....
- Posted January 3, 2019
The Native Sibling Return with ‘How To Win’
ARTICLE VIEWS: 234 For Seattle born siblings Ryan and Kaylee Williams, having a musical career together was not their first choice. Each did decide on a musical path but it wasn’t until an informal 2012 sing-a-long in...
- Posted October 29, 2018