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Florida Georgia Line – ‘Life Rolls On’ Album Review

Photo Credit: John Shearer “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Florida Georgia Line found their comfort zone in 2012 with “Cruise”, and have seemingly lived by that motto ever since. The duo of Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelly offer up 16 “new” tracks on their fifth-studio album, Life Goes On. Out of these tracks,… Read more

The Pretty Reckless – ‘Death by Rock and Roll’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Andrew Lipovsky After a somewhat disappointing third album, The Pretty Reckless returns with Death By Rock and Roll, an album that tiptoes the line between composure and going off the rails. The band had a pretty rough go of it, after experiencing tragic loss with the death of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell as… Read more

You Me At Six – ‘SUCKAPUNCH’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Daniel Harris In their seventh studio album SUCKAPUNCH, the English quintet known as You Me At Six face a turning point in their careers. By a seventh album, most groups have fallen into a comfortable lull of what works for them while others are ready to take the leap and reinvent themselves. Having… Read more

Andy Stott: Hauntingly Beautiful Electronic Production

Photo Credit: Nina Corcoran Producing out of Manchester, UK, Andy Stott is crafting music that adds atmosphere to the world. Andy Stott blends electronic, dub, and bass music together with other genres to create diverse music. Most of the songs lack vocals, but when present, they sound more like samples of chants. Andy Stott’s music… Read more

J Balvin: The Prince of Reggaetón Continues to Flourish Internationally

Photo Credit: Alfredo Estrella With many albums, mixtapes, and hot collaborations under his belt, J Balvin is taking the music scene by storm. The hit-making musician has sold over 40 million single sales worldwide. When he entered the music scene, the artist was searching for a fan base, but after several years of work, J… Read more