Updated Album Reviews!

Updated Album Reviews!

Midnite, Whiskey Avengers, Dub Vision and Murphy’s Kids all have new albums that we have reviewed. See what was said about each album along with the Star Rating each new release received. Tell your friends & share all things music…

Stop by here every Monday as we post new album reviews from various new & past releases from groups in the community. You can view all of our Album Reviews inside under our Editorials tab by clicking HERE

Midnite – King’s Bell

“Unfortunately, I had never heard the music of Midnite until a week ago when my editor assigned me this review. And how sad I am that it took me this long to find such a brilliant roots-reggae group. Kings Bell is a fantastic effort from a band of roots veterans whose sublime mastery of the form shines in every corner of this release…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Chris Castro

Dubvision – Counter Attack

“This album flew totally under the radar. I can’t believe it has been released for over three months and I’ve just now gotten my hands on it. When I started doing research online, there is little mention of the group and even less discussion about the album. Which is almost astounding considering this is easily one of the most solid dub releases of the year…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Ashley Allred

Murphy’s Kids – The Anthemic Pandemic

“Murphy’s Kids’ newest album full-heartedly encompasses the modern genres of punk rock and ska with contemporary west coast reggae undertones. The punk influences are the most ubiquitous though. High-frequency distortion highlights each progression, while a strategically-positioned brass section compliments each transition, plus some…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Matt Emodi

Whiskey Avengers – Dead Man Rockin’

“Many musicians in contemporary music have lost hope and faith in the music industry, the radio, and the smudged politics that play a major role in deciding what should or shouldn’t be popular to the mainstream. The Whiskey Avengers however have risen from the industry’s ashes to fight existing mediocre musical trends and…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Ashley Allred