MUSIC REVIEWS

Toronto Tabla Ensemble is back with some Unexpected Guests 

Those in need of a change of pace from the pop mundane can’t go wrong with Toronto Tabla Ensemble’s Unexpected Guests this summer, and not only because of the record’s uniquely multidimensional take on out of this world grooving. In songs like the record’s title track, there’s a connection between the musicians …

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Cinemartyr’s Death of the First Person (LP)

Fading-in from the silence like a thousand screams condensed into a near-whisper like strand of noise, Cinemartyr’s Death of the First Person awakens with “CGI” and only gets more gripping as we press on in its ten-song tracklist. From this initial offering of math rock-style chaos, we enter the clutches of the …

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Greg Hoy and the Boys are back with new Single-Video

Calling themselves ‘California Dreamers’, rock outfit Greg Hoy and the Boys bring rock to reality in their new killer hit “Leaving While You Stay” out now via Hoy’s 30 Peak record label. Judging by the audacious guitar wall of sound, this is protest rock at its finest. Gluing together an …

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“Jungle” by Rich Lindo

If you’re looking for fire-quality beats this summer, Rich Lindo has you covered with his provocative new single “Jungle” and its thoughtful music video. While most of the attention related to the Black Lives Matter movement has been focused on the American arena, the justifiable unrest has been plenty active …

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King Falcon’s “Shake! Shake! Shake”

From the moment that its signature white-hot lick purrs away from the silence, there’s a sense of bluesy rock swagger in King Falcon’s “Shake! Shake! Shake” that is almost certain to make anyone listening want to synchronize their hips with the rhythm of the instrumentation. King Falcon turn up the …

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Rivers Garcia releases “Santa Cruz” (LP)

Canadian born Rivers Garcia developed a passion for music early in life and it remains an abiding influence on everything he does. His recent musical turn resulting in this album release Santa Cruz emerged from a recurring ten-year trek through the American Southwest. His journeys allowed him to acquaint himself with the …

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Chelsey Green and The Green Project release EP

Giving it their all, Chelsey Green and The Green Project are right on ‘time’ in the new four track EP ReEnvisioned. To simply categorize their sound as smooth jazz doesn’t paint the entire picture. This band is checks many different boxes, including classical, soul, funk and pop. Chelsey Green’s commanding …

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HeIsTheArtist’s “Boom “Boom – Love Version”

Rising from the shadows with a piano’s bittersweet harmony to lead the way, HeIsTheArtist’s “Boom – Love Version” gets us rolling with a sultry instrumental introduction that instantly gives us a sneak preview into the charisma that is about to unfold in the next three and a half minutes of …

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