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Berlin in Beantown The name Rick Berlin is well known throughout the East Coast, especially Boston, home base for Rick Berlin and The Nickel and Dime Band. Rick Berlin, whose given name is Richard Kinscherf III, has been rocking Boston for the better part of 4 decades since his debut album that dropped in 1974. […]

Resurrection Of The Grave  You may remember 45 Grave as the Heavy- death-metal band from the 80’s. A lot of time has passed since “Partytime” first debuted on MTV, but the distinct style of the grave has stayed put thanks to originating band member, Dinah Cancer. The band has seen some major changes in personnel […]

Don’t Forget to Remember   Hey, hey, we’re the Monkees- is definitely not the music you are about to hear when you listen to Micky Dolenz’ newest album Remember. What you will hear is a magnificent collection of oldies, remixed and revamped. Micky brings these classic hits to a new light, and transforms them into […]

Kestrels – A Ghost History

Posted: August 26, 2012 by Rob Furlong in Loud Music

Kestrels A Ghost History, the new album by Kestrels, is brilliant with a side of swank. This three man group embraces what sets them apart in the music world, which is their 90’s rock style mixed with electrifying song structure. Each track, much like playing with a set of magnets, creates an unparalleled attraction for […]

I Was Totally Destroying It – Vexations

Posted: August 22, 2012 by Rob Furlong in Loud Music

An Appalling Miracle   I Was Totally Destroying It delivers a poppy, hook-driven album that adds to their already impressive résumé. This being their third album they are passed the sophomore slump, which brings them to a comfortable and confident position. Vexations anchors IWTDI into a serene surrounding, being able to establish themselves as a […]

The Cake Is Best On Sea   The Sea And The Cake delights the world again with their latest album Runner. Their ever-evolving sound has passed the test of time, and captured the hearts of listeners worldwide. Though The Sea And The Cake has been becoming increasingly more pop sounding, their indie roots have kept […]

A New Familiar Song   Driving down the road on my way to work, I start switching stations trying to find something to listen to. A classic rock station comes in and “Stairway to Heaven” is playing and I am satisfied, because it is old and familiar (in addition to being a damn good song). […]

Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun – Wildfire

Posted: August 6, 2012 by Rob Furlong in Loud Music

A Capricious Wildfire   Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun is a brilliant quartet consisting of two men and two women. The women leading the vocals is obviously a good choice, the voice quality is beautiful yet ominous.  Lauren Gibson is whom we can give the credit for that with Micah Silverman harmonizing to help […]

Jeans Wilder – Totally [Review & Download]

Posted: August 3, 2012 by Rob Furlong in Loud Music

A Totally Awesome Evening   The melancholic lo-fi music of Jeans Wilder has generally been simple and lucid, bringing forth a sad but intriguing sound. His new album Totally contains much of the same, but adds a lot to the simple sound with a variety of instrumental tracking. These beautiful songs are reminiscent of The […]

Christopher Smith – Earning Keep

Posted: July 27, 2012 by Rob Furlong in Loud Music

Christopher Tubman   Have you ever wanted to go back to the good old days, or relive those memories that are so vivid and joyful from so long ago? So vivid, in fact, that you feel like you can just reach out and touch those memories as if they were happening right then and there. […]