Author Archive | Katie Halligan

Forest Robots

Forest Robots – Timberline And Mountain Crest – Review

Based out of Los Angeles, Forest Robots is not politically driven, but rather nature driven. Musical Machinist Fran Dominguez creates electronic soundscapes in an effort to widen people’s sound palettes and their connection with nature. The newest album, Timberline And Mountain Crest, demonstrates more heightened synth-wave exploration than the previous album, Supermoon Moonlight, Pt. 1. […]

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Cayla Brooke

Cayla Brooke – Plush Red Chair – Album Review

Cayla Brooke is a rip-roaring solo artist who has defied societal standards with her body-positive sonic revolution since 2013. Based out of Vancouver, Brooke’s music reflects jazzy sophistication with a rock-and-roll attitude. Having celebrated a Christmas album and a critically acclaimed theatrical homage to the late Eva Cassidy, Cayla Brooke is now touring behind her […]

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Daryl Ball

Daryl Ball – Another Man – Review

Daryl Ball is an accomplished musician hailing from Ballymena, Northern Ireland, with a gritty perseverance to explore multitudes of artistic genres throughout his career. Having been a part of the 1998-formed power pop quartet, Stripped, as well as the 2010 Celtic folk quintet, Bateleurs, Daryl Ball is now stepping into his own solo pop rock […]

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Jake Henniger

Jake Henniger – Off The Ledge – Review

“Off The Ledge” is the most recent single by Jake Henniger since the release of his self-titled debut album earlier this year. The song starts out with a “shucky” muted rhythm guitar that hints at the contemplative feeling of taking a risk, like jumping off a ledge. As the music slowly grows into more melodic […]

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Web Sheldon

Web Sheldon – IG ID – Review

Since debuting his solo single “Ranch House on A Hill” in January 2016, Web Sheldon has completed two EPs as well as his most recent album Fingerprints released in 2017 via Particle Zoo Recordings. “IG-ID” is the first single off of Fingerprints, an album that addresses themes of individual expression and societal breakdown. A London-based […]

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Reise - Thought You Should Know

Reise – Thought You Should Know – Review

“Thought You Should Know” is a three-track EP from the artist Reise that sounds like a fond but longing message to a former friend. It’s some nice indie rock music that translates the feeling of being torn apart but also trying to move forward with life again. There is an overarching late 90’s vibe to […]

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