Product Reviews

Vermont’s Jatoba is an acoustic-minded, pick-happy bluegrass trio, and Death, Fire and Picnic Tables is a fine sampling of their skill sets.
Graham Whorley’s Permission to Think is an introspective journey full of wisdom-laden stories and carefully-wrought music.
Original as they are, Ten Toes Up sounds like so many great and dissimilar bands, how can one help but to love them?
Early into 2012, strong storytelling and accomplished musicianship help to propel Yarn’s Almost Home into the category of the year’s must-hear albums.
Omega La La is an album filled with bouncy psych-pop songs that will stick in your head for days.
Hailing from Hawaii’s lush shores, The Green is poised to make great steps in the world of reggae.
Lotus’ self titled album comes out firing, and the attack never lets up.
Songs of Water presents exotic chamber music from a bygone era in the 14 tracks of “The Sea Has Spoken.”
COPE’s second helping, the lovely “See,” offers blistering guitar, genuine charisma, and a daring sensibility in exploring varied styles and genres.
Through its fourth studio album, Passafire continues to define its sound.
A rollicking good-time sophomore release, from the first note to the last, BDL strikes gold.
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.