Updated Album Reviews…

Updated Album Reviews…

Every Monday we update our Editorials section with new Album & Music Reviews! This week we focus our radar on two new album releases with The Supervillain’s Postcards From Paradise & Lionize’s Destruction Manual & one recent release with Collie Buddz’ Playback EP

Check out each of the reviews below to see what Star Rating our writers gave these new releases! See you next Monday for more album reviews updated to the site!

The Supervillains – Postcards From Paradise

With “Postcards From Paradise”, The Supervillains’ follow up to 2008’s “Massive”, the Orlando boys have created a 14-track swaying sonic experience full of dancing bass lines and shining horn sections, pulsing keys and bouncing guitars that wrap around jamming drum beats, which all back lyrics that slyly embed themselves into the listener’s consciousness. I know this from personal experience because for the past week I’ve had the…READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by Amber McDonald

Lionize – Destruction Manual

“Destruction Manual” combines the best of both worlds. Classic American rock and roots/reggae. The tantalizing bass lines throughout the whole album created many musical possibilities for Lionize. They took advantage of it, and that is why Lionize is known for their creativity and originality. The offbeat rhythm provided by the keyboards set the stage for the riff-heavy electric guitar work. I could not imagine a better setup for…READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by Matt Emodi

Collie Buddz – Playback EP

Collie Buddz has come a long way since his 2007 self titled debut album in which he demonstrated to be very versatile by his genre bending abilities and how well he could ride a blend of different beats and melodies. In his recent free, digitally released: Playback EP, Collie seems to have found a more consistent sound and style that is also very…READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by Mariana Norcalchika Rojas

Last week, we added new album reviews for:
Matisyahu – Live At Stubb’s Vol. 2READ
Chris Boomer – I Am Who I AmREAD