SHOWCASE INTERVIEWS

Showcase Interview: The Cuckoos

This is just the beginning for the four guys who make up the band that are currently achieving new sounds: The Cuckoos. Kenneth Frost, Dave North, Eric Ross, and Cole Koenning...

Showcase Interview: Black Satellite

Interview By: Selena Cintron NYC duo, Larissa Vale and Kyle Hawken, have been working with each other for roughly six years with no plans of slowing down as they gear up to move...

Showcase Interview: Walker Lukens

Interview By: Selena Cintron Pairing up with Jim Eno for the past year, the hungry drive Walker, his band and Jim have been grand. Tell It To The Judge is expected to be an...

Showcase Interview: Ben Talmi

Sticking his foot into singing, writing, TV & Film, and self-producing, Ben Talmi has done it all. From working with numerous bands like Tokyo Police Club, Wild Nothing, and...

Showcase Interview: Kylie Hughes

Malibu, California girl, Kylie Hughes, started with a karaoke machine, a guitar, a ukulele, and a dream. Kylie is now anticipating the release of her first album, Kylie Hughes, a...

Showcase Interview: JoLivi

  Born in Hawaii, Leihoku, stage name JoLivi is a now Los-Angeles-based singer working diligently to continue traveling the world spreading her message behind her recent EP,...

ALBUM REVIEWS

REVIEW: Thousand Foot Krutch – Untraveled Roads (Live)

Coming at you with fire, fury, and a whole lot of guts, Thousand Foot Krutch is back with their new live album, Untraveled Roads (Live), their first since 2011. The energetic album packs a punch, combining hits from their widely acclaimed albums The End Is Where We Begin (2012),...

Album Review: Black Satellite, “Endless”

  Coming in hot and heavy today, we have the rock duo known as Black Satellite and their dark rock album Endless. The duo, consisting...

NEW MUSIC MONDAY: The Early Mornings’ Debut is a Call To The Raw Past of Rock

Calling Portland, Maine their home, The Early Mornings are a Twenty-first Century band with a sound reminiscent of the funk and blues of...

Album Review: Neck Deep- “The Peace and The Panic”

In what has arguably been one of the most anticipated albums of 2017, British Pop-Punk outfit and Babetalk favourite, Neck Deep sore to...

Album Review: Rancid – Trouble Maker

Rancid are a punk rock institution at this point. Rising from the ashes of 924 Gilman legends Operation Ivy, the band quickly gained...

Album Review: Music For Everyone [Benefit Compilation]

Words By Guest Writer: Rae Lemeshow “… I wanted to do something to unite people in support of that fight against discrimination” John...

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