Al Gross & The Bottle Cap Rockets

December 13, 2011

Recently, I have become aware of a pretty cool rock band hailing from New Jersey which makes them semi-local for me. Their music has the perfect chill-out vibe in my opinion. Here’s more information on them taken from their :

School of the Cult: Argus (1972)

November 16, 2011

Forget about Thin Lizzy for a moment. Forget Iron Maiden, Opeth, and Rainbow. Pretend Led Zeppelin never got past “Whole Lotta Love.” We would be in a world where rock n’ roll and heavy metal music lacked one of its

Heavy Glow: Midnight Moan

October 31, 2011

First of all, I’d like to state in a nutshell, that this album is a masterpiece as far as rock n’ roll is concerned and it’s probally my personal favrotie release that I have heard this from this year. ‘s

Mohammed AlMeshkhas: Diminishing Genres

October 10, 2011

, a very talented bass player from Bahrain, took some time out of his schedule to answer a few questions about his music. Amazingly enough, he’s also been and is currently part of a diverse list of bands which matches

Dax Riggs Tour Dates!

September 14, 2011

It’s been announced that Dax will be touring the US starting this month. Here are the dates and places, so I hope you’re one of the lucky people in those places that he’s hitting. You can check regularly for any

Andrew Kay: The Evolution To Digital

September 3, 2011

Since the advent of the digital age, many things have changed and evolved into some interesting new creatures. It’s not that much of a surprise that music would be affected by this and I don’t mean in the sense of

Move the Earth @ Branx 8.13.11

August 16, 2011

Last Saturday I had the privilege to see , whose music is very intimate and overwhelmingly powerful, for the third time this year. The members are all very lively and seem to thrive on pleasing the crowd. I really feel