Album Review: Owls and Lions ‘There’s a Light’

March 31, 2021 Donnie Casto 0

by: Donnie Casto II New Jersey based trio, Owls and Lions might have very well fooled us all and sprung from the very shores of Ireland. Had Cat Stevens, Jim Croce, or even James Taylor’s storytelling lyrics collaborated with a lighter version of Flogging Molly, it without a doubt would […]

Album Review: Sydney Sherwood ‘Headspace EP’

February 25, 2021 Donnie Casto 0

by: Donnie Casto II Sydney Sherwood is a New Jersey born singer/songwriter who might possibly be the voice of the post Covid generation. Her music and lyrics are eloquently heartbreaking and brutally honest. The story of a human being molded in a trial of fire who has managed to rise […]

The Beach Boys Sell Out

February 21, 2021 Kyle K. Mann 0

…the Beach Boys legacy is now in Irving Azoff’s grimy hands. This is like your childhood sweetheart, the one you always loved, marrying the class bully, the guy who made your life a living hell.

F#@K WOODSTOCK

August 24, 2019 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann, editor-in-chief – That freaky summer of 1969 that I turned 18, I choose not to go to Woodstock. I was on the East Coast in Rhode Island with a couple of fellow-musician pals. We were spaced-out 60’s kids off the leash, with tickets to the show […]