Updated Album Reviews

Updated Album Reviews

With new albums come new Album Reviews from all of these new summer releases. Catch up on our latest Album Reviews and Star Ratings from new records by Sublime with Rome, Lefty At The Washout, and Tunnel Vision

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Coming up, we’ll have new reviews on new albums from Aer, Bag of Toys, Perro Bravo, Raging Fyah and more!

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Sublime with Rome – Sirens

Production on the album is great, Paul Leary is the shit, but you would expect that from this album. The majority of the foundation of this record was recorded live, in true Sublime fashion, minimizing any excessive production. Sonically it is outstanding, but quite simply put, the song quality and writing falls short. This album is more Rome than Sublime and understanding that Rome is the principle songwriter only further illustrates that this is more Rome than anything else…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Tommy Dubs

Tunnel Vision – Tunnel Vision

“It isn’t often that an up and coming band can attract the attention of an industry heavyweight such as Slightly Stoopid, or even get a Grammy winning producer to work on their album, but at first listen, its easy to understand why Tunnel Vision has garnered so much attention in the early part of their career…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Andrew Aroche

Lefty At The Washout – That Just Happened

“Overall, this band is strong and has the potential to make headlines and stir up the national reggae scene as a whole. The album is a very good sequel to their debut album that was released in 2009. This band, although they say the play music just for fun, seem to be very good at having fun because the music is great…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Juan Barragan