Instrumental

Brad Russell: Let's Hear It!

This CD is a prime example of the old cliche of "not judging a book by its cover." To look at the album art, you might think (as I mistakenly did), that this would be your typical low-budget garage band demo. Thankfully, that's not the case.... Read more
Share

Johan Randén: Summary

Summary is the perfect title for Johan Randén’s third studio album because it is a diverse presentation of instrumental tracks lead by Randén and his guitar.... Read more
Share

Reform The Resistance: The Truth Is Dangerous

I’m completely new to Reform The Resistance, therefore when I threw on the album it was exactly the opposite of what I had been expecting.... Read more
Share

Tin Scribble: Unlive from a Dead City

From the cover of the album and the bands name alone it was hard to make out just who or what Tin Scribble was. With a lack of time to do any real research before I started listening to their newest release, Unlive From A Dead City, I assumed Tin Scribble would be a hip hop group or at most a G.... Read more
Share

Daft Punk: Tron Legacy

2010 has been a fantastic year for film soundtracks. Atticus Ross’ Book of Eli score, Ross’ collaboration with Trent Reznor for The Social Network, Hans Zimmer’s score for Inception…and those are just the big three on my radar. Actually, make that four.... Read more
Share

Pages