- The Joker
- The Hero
- Archie The Equilibrist
- Mr. Birch
- The Ringleader
- Bye Bye Mr. Moon
- Colonel Maxwell
- The Lonely One
Author: Tyler H
October 19, 2009
Artist: Ives The Band Album: The Incredible Story of Mr. Birch Label: Independent Release Date: 10/1/09 Reviewed By: Tyler Hess Tracklisting:
September 6, 2009
Artist: Same as Sunday Album: The Dollar for Dollar EP Label: Independently Released Release Date: 7/7/09 Reviewer:Tyler Hess Tracklisting:
- An Ode To Ms. Communication
- In My Way
- Against All Evens
- One In A Million
- 2 In the AM
August 18, 2009
Does Skillet rock your socks off? Check out what is going on with their new release, Awake.
July 28, 2009
Is this really the way they roll now?
I am too sick to think of some kind of funny comment about airplanes, just read the review
July 21, 2009
If the moon was made of prime rib, would you eat it? I'd have seconds
Do not forget to make sure you are looking in the music section for this band if you are on Amazon. Trust me.
You've been itching to know about this, I know it, you know it, everybody knows it.
July 16, 2009
Do you like Raw Rock?
July 9, 2009
check out the latest Tooth and Nail signee, Poema
Artist: Prologue Album: The World At Midnight Release Date: 12/5/008 Reviewer: Tyler Hess Tracklisting: 1. Days Pass By 2. It Was All For Me 3. Catching Z’s 4. No Reason To Fear 5. Ready To Save 6. Faults 7. Wonderful 8. When Your Mind Clears I believe that, at least for me, creativity breeds creativity. Sometimes a band has brought something so fresh that it just makes my mind go bananas. Other times, a band is so cut and dry that I feel like I’m saying the obvious. … Continued →
June 26, 2009
Artist: Eleventyseven Album: Adventures In Eville Label: Independent Released: 6/16/09 Reviewer: Tyler Hess Tracklisting:
- The Best I can
- Evil Genius
- Redeem The Scene
- Prom Song
- Lonely Word
- Back When We Were Kids
- Like You Rock
- End Of Time
June 17, 2009
See what the deal is with this re-mix album from the Family Force 5 and their friends.
May 15, 2009
All I ever wanted was to write this review for you. Come on over watch the office and make fun of me until two.
May 9, 2009
I bolded many, many words in this review, especially the word Emery, which was put in bold letters very often, so if you can forgive that, then please read this early review of their upcoming release
If you're into cutesy pop-punk (what it has become, not what it was) then check out this review.
Take a deep breath, sit back, relax and check out the review of this Belfast worship band
This is one that goes out to the youngsters, so check out the review
You may have heard their music and not even know it, so check out the review!
I know you are all excited about Creed's comeback, so get ready by reading my review of RED's latest album
March 27, 2009
Check out what I have to say about indie rock band J'espure
March 23, 2009
Artist: FM Static Album: Dear Diary Label: Tooth & Nail Release Date: 4/7/2009 Reviewer: Tyler Hess Tracklisting: 1. Boy Moves To A New Town With Optimistic Outlook 2. The Unavoidable Battle Of Feeling On The Outside 3. Boy Meets Girl (And Visa Versa) 4. Sometimes You Can Forget Who You Are 5. Man Whatcha Doin’? 6. The Voyager Of Beliefs 7. Her Father’s Song 8. Take Me As I Am 9. Dear God 10. The Shindig (Off To College) If you wanted something different, you’re really barking up the wrong tree.… Continued →
The fans have spoken and the band has responded with their second installment of covers and approximately their eleven millionth overall release.
Falling Up's sixth release, but only the fourth I really count.
Thousand Foot Krutch's Joel Bruyere's solo debut.
March 11, 2009
This is my review of the best album this year so far, acoustic pop rock band Cathy Crescendo's The Bright Branching
This is my review of the updated Philmont Oh Snap EP, which will soon be available on CD with an extra track.
This is my review of powerpop band Divided By Friday's Too Legit EP
February 26, 2009
Take a stroll through Matthew Cavanaugh's folk music lane.
January 28, 2009
Band: Hopeless Passion Album: Everything You Ever Wanted Label: None Reviewed by: Tyler Hess Coming from what seems to be a musical hotbed lately in Fresno, CA, Hopeless Passion brings us what mostly amounts to a very rough cut of mostly pop-punk stylings, but with some twists that glean from hip hop and rock. This is a project that just screams “hey, we did this ourselves!” They are a two man show, with the percussion being done on the instrument that we call a computer, which leads to very simple beats and vocals that rarely (at least until the last four songs or so) go outside of a small, simple, basic pop-punk box.… Continued →