“sunDollars’ debut EP asserts that the Macon-based band is ready to go beyond the Peach State lines and share their gifts with all those who’ll listen.”
” Patterns is a surefire step in a direction that fans, both old and new, will appreciate from a band that seems more comfortable with themselves than ever.”
“A brilliantly crafted work of art,” but difficult to engage, says Cameron Barham.
“Iceage has proven themselves with a sophomore album that favors melody and restraint, and for a punk with their pedigree, the result is just what 2013 needs.”
TBI’s Cameron Barham calls Besides Daniel’s “This Marvelous Grief” his “most ambitious work to date.”
“The Water Liar’s debut album, Phantom Limb, was to be consumed in an amazing rush; their second release Wyoming is of the sipping kind given its slow burn.” -CB
“Though “Houses” chronicles the many places that may never serve as home, one can’t help but appreciate being in the presence of honesty so beautifully expressed.” -CB
…“Wild Night” feels somewhat like waking up from the best dream with your alarm clock on full blast.” – Grafton Tanner weighs in on the newest release from DRGN KING, on Bar-None Records.
Back City Woods returns with ‘Around The Bend’, a strong follow-up to their 2011 release ‘The Dirt From Which We Came”.
“The great thing about the Lone Bellow and their debut is that they really don’t live up to their name.” Find out what Cameron Barham means after the jump!
“A true vocal talent, Rebecca Roubion has delivered a happy vulnerability on Fields. Any listener should look forward to hearing where she arrives next.” -HE
“Forty Bells confidently stands tall on its own musical merit and deserves to be heard all the way through.” -CB
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