All posts by Kath Galasso
Southern Rock Rises Again. ‘Cocked and Loaded’ from the Jay Clark Band Revisits the Classic Sound
Cocked & Loaded, where nostalgic doesn’t mean old Southern Rock. Just the mention of the genre conjures up images of hard-ass rockers with heavy guitar licks, unforgettable hooks and lots of cowbell. Cocked & Loaded, the soon-to-be-released...
- Posted April 21, 2017
Sterile Jets Release “Fireside Drive” in Advance of ‘No Gods, No Loss’
Sterile Jets Get Ready to Release No Gods, No Loss In trying to characterize their sound, California trio Sterile Jets has been called Stoner Punk, Art Punk and even Noise Punk. No argument with those descriptions but...
- Posted March 23, 2017
Sib Hashian, Former Drummer for Boston, Dies at 67
Sib Hashian, drummer on the first two Boston albums, has died unexpectedly. It has been reported that Hashian, who was 67 and part of the Legends of Rock Cruise currently sailing in the Caribbean, collapsed while performing onstage....
- Posted March 23, 2017
Horse and Chariot EP ‘Big Treble’ Ready For Release After 30 Years
Horse and Chariot: Debut EP 30 Years in the Making So let’s think on this for a minute. Horse and Chariot is the name of a San Francisco band whose founder goes by the name of Mr....
- Posted March 22, 2017
Chamber-Rock Duo Mystery Loves Company Release Debut Single ‘If Heaven’
Mystery Loves Company is a Houston based duo offering a nod to chamber music, a nod to folk, and a taste of contemplation. In 2012, conservatory-trained cellist Maddy Herdeman and songwriter-guitarist Carlos Machado met at an open...
- Posted March 21, 2017
Chuck Berry Dies at 90
“If you tried to give rock and roll another name, you might call it ‘Chuck Berry’.” — John Lennon Rolling Stone Magazine listed him as #5 of the 100 Greatest Artists. Many early rockers, among them The...
- Posted March 18, 2017
Justin Allen and the Well Shots Debut With ‘White Oak and Kerosene’ – Review
Justin Allen and the Well Shots release White Oak & Kerosene The EP opens with “Hard Luck Man,” a story of well, a self-accepting hard luck man. While the song starts out with a melancholy intro...
- Posted March 10, 2017
Electro Noir Pop Band no:carrier Release ‘Broken Rainbow’ – Review
Broken Rainbow, the new release from veteran Electro/Synth Pop band no:carrier also has a subtitle: Songs for an Apocalyptic World. Considering the political and social climate in the world today, the November 11, 2016 release was eerily...
- Posted February 28, 2017
The Survival Code Releases EP ‘Broken Strings’ – Review
The Survival Code and Broken Strings London based alt-rock band The Survival Code are currently working on their next album. However, just for a tease, they have released a 3-song EP as a taste of things to...
- Posted February 27, 2017
Down in the ‘Dirt’ with King Ropes – Album Review
Getting down in the Dirt Listening to an album for the first time, sometimes it’s the music that get you. Other times the lyrics jump out. Dirt, the debut album from King Ropes, delivers an overall feeling...
- Posted February 23, 2017