Album Reviews

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Young, Planetary “Wilt” Album Review

Over the last six months, I’d seen the name Young, Planetary pop up everywhere on Facebook. I took note and quickly added them to my long list of artists to eventually check out. I immediately imagined Young, Planetary as a sort of Watermedown type feel so I admittedly cheated and put them closer to the top of … Continue reading

Intramural Album Review

This past Friday San Antonio pop punk band, Intramural, released their long awaited EP, Lovers // Liars. Along with member changes and singer, Este, being shipped overseas twice with the army, this album has been in the works for about a year and a half. “We took our time writing these songs because we wanted … Continue reading

Landfill Won’t Back Down

Landfill’s “Coward” is one of the most brutal EP’s I have heard. There is a raw energy that’s pervasive throughout each song. Songs that stand out are “Voices,” “(Un) Impressed,” and “Coward.” “Voices” stands out because of the song structure. I love the brutal vocals and breakdowns. “Coward” is a song with strong lyrics. “(Un) … Continue reading

Blake and Krystle Quimby Show Jesus Reigns

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Blake and Krystle Quimby will be releasing  their debut album “Jesus You Reign.” This is a contemporary Christian album that includes original songs. The vocal harmony along with the mix of guitars and other instrumentation are strengths of this album. This album will expand your faith one verse at a time. … Continue reading

PREMIERE: Bryan Howell’s “Angel From The Lonely Coast”

It’s not everyday you run into a rock-and-roller as young, dedicated and talented as Bryan Howell, which is why we are excited to premiere the latest track “Angel From The Lonely Coast” from of his upcoming full-length album “Take The Risk” We are now mere days away from the albums August 5th release date and this track … Continue reading

Kings Kaleidoscope “Beyond Control” Review

Kings Kaleidoscope has a new album out called “Beyond Control.” This is the full-length follow up to the song “Becoming Who We Are.” This new album shows the band’s continued growth and will get you hooked to their sound and message. “Beyond Control” is the first single. When I first listened to it, I was … Continue reading

Issues “Headspace” – Album Review

As I sat down to write this album review, I began to draw a blank because there are so many great things I want to say about this album. A few years ago Issues released their self-titled album and I was thoroughly impressed. It was a new, more mature sound created with new members who … Continue reading

Dylan Lloyd, Through Hardships to the Stars

Besides having talent that goes far beyond most, never have I ever seen an artist as dedicated and loyal to their fans as Dylan Lloyd. He even shouts out one fan a week on for his signature “Fan Love Friday“, which even has it’s own website now.  All you other bands and artists take notes. Dylan seems … Continue reading

Wicked Bears, Wicked Tunes

Salt Lake City pop punk band, Wicked Bears, recently announced their debut self titled album. The album is to be released April 30th via Hidden Home Records. Anchor Music News got a special preview of the album and it’s definitely something to write about. Almost instantly I was hit with nostalgia. Grab your pogs, koosh balls, and … Continue reading

Album Review – The March Divide “Saturdays”

  San Antonio based musician, Jared Putnam, who plays as pop-rock band The March Divide, is probably one of the hardest working guys you will meet. From constant touring and networking to cranking out an impressive catalog of music, Jared doesn’t stop. Continuing with that full head of steam, The March Divide announced the upcoming release of a … Continue reading

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