Product Reviews

England's The New Mastersounds continue to be innovative in creating their powerful grooves, distinctive and rooted in the tradition of old-school funk and vintage psycehdelic rock.
A shift in style but more than enjoyable and still a significant force in whichever genre you choose to classify them in.
"Always Anyway" packs more than a punch. There's enough edge throughout and plenty of pop driven hooks here to remain stuck in your brain for many days to come.
No psychedelic experience is complete without this watershed masterpiece.
Former Champions employs a wide variety of styles and substance, offering 13 genre-bending tracks in this self-titled release.
Jake Clayton offers dazzling, virtuosic musicianship in the 12 tracks of “Barnyard Stomp.”
UV Hippo dishes up a varied plate of guitar bravado and reflective sophistication in the ten tracks of “Square Pegs, Round Holes.”
Galactic’s latest release is a good example of why this funky crew’s live shows continue to draw crowds year after year.
"Sol: Volume Blue" blends a unique mix of archival blues recordings with down tempo electronic music to create a truly unique, original recording.
Brooklyn’s Turbine turns heads and exceeds all expectations with their latest release ‘Blue Light City’.
I must admit that I get a little overly excited whenever I hear that Thievery Corporation is touring, releasing a new album, or doing anything in a productive vein.
With more focus and clarity, Superfrog offers 13 sonically driven tracks from their 2010 release 'Call from the Moon'.

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