Product Reviews

Steppin Razor dabbles in funk, roots rock and reggae to create an interesting, well-executed debut album.
The Lefty Williams Band spotlights scorching guitar, soulful lyrics, and wistful keyboard in their second studio release.
Blount Harvey delivers an infectious mix of hip-hop, rhythm and blues, and soul in this skillfully executed “live” recording from 2007.
Superfrog blends pop, funk, jam and progressive rock in this addictive, head-bobbing collection.
Long –time pioneers in the English “prog rock” scene, Ozric Tentacles delivers another round of potent sonic exploration in this latest studio release.
Dubconscious’ Nonviolent is superb, well written, thoughtful, socially and environmentally conscious, and it deserves your attention.
Jeff Bujak has a knack for creating soundscapes that would seemingly demand the creative abilities of various musicians.
Laura Reed and Deep Pocket offer a spectacular collection of live tracks with this well-produced, eco-friendly package.
Bohemian Sunrise offers a refined, eclectic mix of soul music in this flexible, energetic disc.
Brainchild offers up an intriguing selection of psychedelic and jazz-tinged rock-n-roll in their studio debut, “One Word.”
Toubab Krewe presents an exotic collection of live tracks from a 2007 New Years run at Asheville’s beloved music venue, the Orange Peel.
Split Lip Rayfield’s “I’ll Be Around” serves up a delicious mixture of high, lonesome bluegrass and hillbilly throw-downs in this boisterous collection of tunes.