We have a couple of new albums reviewed from new releases by Orange County, CA’s Seedless and GA’s own Zach Deputy. Read up as we continue to catch up on summer and fall-time releases ahead of what may be a busy winter of new albums…
Coming up, we’ll have new reviews on new albums from Dirty Heads, Hirie, Sticky Fingers, Hirie, Katastro, J Boog, The Interrupters, and more!
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Zach Deputy – Wash It In The Water
“‘Wash It in the Water’ offers a little bit for everyone. There are plenty of appealing rhythms and singable lines, and variety of musical styles. In my eyes, individual songs like ‘Paramus’ and ‘Real’ from Zach’s previous album Sunshine pack a bigger punch, but as an entire album, ‘Wash It in the Water’ is Deputy’s most complete album to date…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Brian Winters
Seedless – The Orange Album
“Coming off the heels of an exodus from some of its most important members, Seedless had big shoes to fill, and this album shows that they were filled adequately. Although there are growing pains and signs that the band is still in search of their identity, this album provides a variety of music that should appeal to any and all reggae fans…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Andrew Aroche