Updated Album Reviews

Updated Album Reviews

This week, three different staff members reviewed three different albums. Check the review & star rating of the latest albums by Anuhea & Dirty Heads, while we also reviewed an advance copy of Passafire’s new album Vines. Check the reviews & let us know how your opinion is the same or different…

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Anuhea – Butterflies Live

“After listening to Anuhea’s Butterflies, she is a naturally talented and gifted performer with a humble presence and personality. Through all of the tracks, you can hear a comfortable, enjoyable demeanor displaying how at home the artist is on stage. Dynamically, this album travels through Roots, to folk playing, with subtle variations of R&B along the way…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Tommy Dubs (of A Sunny Place For Shady People)

Dirty Heads – Home/Phantoms of Summer: Acoustic Sessions

“What stands out to me on this release, is how much Jared Watson has grown as a vocalist. When Dirty Heads started out, Jared was more known for his capacity to deliver catchy, punchline-heavy rap verses, while the other vocalist, Duddy B, would sing the hooks around the verses. The roles have kind of reversed with Jared singing more of the melodies & hooks, while Duddy dishes out the catchy, punchline-heavy rap verses…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Mike Patti

Passafire – Vines

“In some ways, Vines picks up where Start From Scratch left off. Passafire continues to push musical boundaries by combining elements of alternative and progressive rock, with a touch of reggae. Fans will recognize DeGuzman’s keyboards, Bowne’s vocal effects and the band’s rock-driven temp changes. In other ways Vines takes Passafire in a new direction. Vines has a hard and edgy sound, and moves Passafire slightly away from reggae and closer to the progressive sounds of…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Kit Chalberg