Updated Album Reviews

Updated Album Reviews

We’ve received your emails & heard your complaints. You guys want more Album Reviews & we understand! So we wanted to update you with 3 new reviews on 3 new albums from Dirty Heads, Lovd Ones, & Rx Bandits. Check the review & star rating for each album…

This is the review of each writer assigned to endlessly listen to the album until they’ve naturally come to their conclusion of how they feel about the album. The topic is always up for discussion as we want to hear your opinion & thoughts! We have new reviews coming on new albums from SOJA, Rebelution, Pennywise, Groundation, Arise Roots, Giraffe Aftermath & More! Stay tuned & lets keep the discussion on music going – No one’s right or wrong, but the perspectives are awesome!

Remember to stop by the site every Monday as we post new album reviews from various new & past releases from groups in the reggae-rock community genre. You can view all of our Album Reviews under our Editorials tab by clicking HERE

Rx Bandits – Gemini, Her Majesty

“We live in an age where music fans are bombarded with one single at a time via the radio or music apps like Spotify & Pandora. The band tells a story that flows with cohesive fluidity through the duration of the record and the engineering on this album is near perfect. The producers did a phenomenal job with the mix, allowing us to hear each instrument and vocal clearly…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Blake Taylor

Lovd Ones – Thicker Than Blood

“This album is for fans looking for a little more out of their music and who can appreciate top notch production. With so many catchy songs on the album, I am a little surprised at the song lengths! I was stoked on the 15 songs, and glad they ran longer with most over running over 4 minutes, many over 5. That’s a tall order for radio play… but that’s not what this is about now is it?…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Tommy Dubs (of A Sunny Place For Shady People)

Dirty Heads – Sound of Change

“Yeah, the album is mainly programmed, a far cry from the acoustic guitars, percussion & live instrumentation that long time Dirty Heads fans have grown accustomed to. But the production quality is solid throughout the entire album & the verses for most of the songs are edgy, heavy with rap cuts that include hysterical punchlines, creative imagery & swagger…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Mike Patti