Rock

  • Radio Drive ft. Kevin Gullickson – “She Colors My World”

    “She Colors My World”, the 5th and latest album by award-winning Radio Drive featuring Kevin Gullickson, is pretty much a progressive pop-rock affair. As simple as that. There is nothing here that wants to stretch itself out of the canons of such a well-defined genre blend. On the contrary,...
  • Intellessence: “Dynamo” – futuristic textures and retro tones!

    432 Hz is said to be the natural frequency of the universe, to have cosmic healing powers and to attract masses of audience to our music. Just by tuning our music less than a semitone below our standard A=440Hz we are promised direct access to the universe’s hidden treasures....
  • Calisus: “Now or Never” is bound for radio rock glory!

    My rock roots go strongly back to the 1970s and ’80s, but I still like to look for favorable rock music in the modern day when time permits. Calisus (pronounced “kah-lee-sus”) is one of those bands that has come onto my radar. The Maryland sextet’s new single “Now or...
  • Grex ft. Steve Lieberman: “My Day” – a uniquely raw musical stew

    Mid-60s British psychedelic rock group the Yardbirds never established a signature style, in part because of crazy management changes; in part because they changed lead guitarists over the years – though they had some of the most amazing ones, including Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page; and in...
  • Derek Lee Goodreid: “God, The Devil and I” – a musical blast!

    Derek Lee Goodreid is a passionate singer-songwriter, a tough guitar player and a spontaneous performer. The songs on his latest Americana roots-based album, “God, The Devil and I” has a relentless percussive feel that injects the recording with a constant sense of urgency, if not restlessness. All 11 tracks...
  • Corbin Hale: “KALEIDOSCOPE” is yet another stellar track!

    Corbin Hale is hitting it out of the park on his latest single. “KALEIDOSCOPE” is yet another stellar track. With beautiful melodies, rich instrumentation, lovely lyrics, and really thoughtful musical accents. His vocals are impeccable even while they sound relaxed and easy, and the smooth guitar is beautiful. Singer-songwriter...
  • Deep End Lifestyle: “Outcast (Say when)” a balance of simmering rage and focused melody

    Formed in 2017, Deep End Lifestyle is a Midwest Rock band with Influences ranging from Tom Petty all the way to Blink 182. They are working hard to bring Rock n’ Roll back to the plains and Manhattan Kansas with high energy, well composed songs, and catchy melodies. There...
  • Bridging the Divide: “Lose Your Love” – Wagnerian-styled rock epic!

    Jan Vranken (Songwriter, Composer, Lyricist, Producer) and his colleague Joost Peters (Composer, Arranger, Producer) formed the ‘Bridging the Divide’ recording project in 2014. They started recording with a revolving cast of session musicians, choosing a new line-up for every recording. Their successful first release, ‘Something Bothering You’ featured Argentinian...
  • Bud Collins Trio: “No 5uch Th1ng” delivers both the quaint and the grandiose

    Rumor has it that the Bud Collins Trio was formed somewhere between the 70’s and 80’s. A band that mixes everything from lush art-pop to electronica and progressive rock, they kicked off their campaign, playing off campus around the University of Connecticut and elsewhere in their home state. A...