‘The House That Bradley Built’ Debuts on Billboard Compilation Albums Chart at #7 and Reggae…
New Album Will Help Fund Nowell Family Foundation Opioid Recovery Facility Bradley’s House! Out Now with Law Records   Los Angeles, CA  — LAW Records, in conjunction with The Nowell Family [...]
Read More
TREEHOUSE! | FULL IMMERSION | ALBUM REVIEW BY JB
“Music is not about perfect every time, it’s about a vibe”. This is the statement that eases you into the experience of “Full Immersion”, the third studio album by the [...]
Read More
Through The Roots – Arrival – Album Review by Derrick Harbaugh
It had been six years for Through The Roots fans like myself excitedly anticipating another full-length album. With some singles and an acoustic EP released in between the last album [...]
Read More
Dubbest – Gold Fever – Album Review by David Shaw
Dubbest…the name says it all. Although the name can be deceiving in regards to expecting a solely dub-based instrumental group. However, they are one of “DUB-BEST” contemporary and progressive reggae [...]
Read More
Stick Figure – World On Fire – Album Review by Pat Douglas
So there’s this movie coming out soon – it doesn’t matter what movie – but you’re really looking forward to seeing it. Trailers come out and you watch them all, [...]
Read More
Pepper – Local Motion – Album Review by Pat Douglas
You’ve seen it before: Bands stick around for a while and get stale or they try and reinvent themselves and become irrelevant. Well, that is definitely not the case with [...]
Read More
Dirty Heads – Super Moon – Album Review by Jared LaFosse-Baker
Super Moon is the Dirty Heads seventh album and just like the other six, it does not disappoint. The band has really pushed the boundaries of what they can do [...]
Read More
Joint Operation – Scuffed – Album Review by Pat Douglas
Don’t you just love it when you find a band just starting on their journey? They’re hoofing it across the country and putting on shows where they leave their hearts [...]
Read More
The Movement – Ways Of The World – Album Review by Pat Douglas
If you’re a fan of The Movement, then you were waiting for this day – patiently or not. The bands follow up to the masterpiece that was Golden was something [...]
Read More
Wasted Noise ‘A Few Good Friends’ Review by Mark Lemay
Every once in a while, a band storms into the scene with music that’s relatable, catchy, and different. Songs that stick with you long after you hear them. One such [...]
Read More