Category Archives: New Music

Cody Carpenter ~ Force Of Nature

  The second release from Cody Carpenter brings delight & glee to those who love instrumental progressive rock. This falls right in line with Jeff Beck, but with keyboards. Being the son of Adrienne Barbeau & John Carpenter, it should … Continue reading

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Oz Noy’s Booga Looga Loo

  Jazz is something you’re going to either love or just not care about. I like jazz. This is something new for Oz Noy as he is usually a heavy shred kind of guitar player. He decided to put out … Continue reading

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Humble Pie ~ Joint Effort

  This all new 2019 release of Humble Pie was originally released previously as “Running With The Pack”, which is why I thought that I had heard these tracks before, but apparently not a new album, but an album of … Continue reading

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Lance King ~ ReProgram

  The new album from Lance King (Pyromaze, Avian, Balance of Power, Gemini) brings you his second solo album. His fiorst album was great. This one is even better. The album starts you off strong with a quick pace heart … Continue reading

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Dearling ~ Silver & Gold

I can start this review off by telling you that Rachel Amidei has a great talent for writing music & picking the right musicians to sing & play music with her. Most of the music is about affairs of the … Continue reading

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Neal Morse Band ~ The Great Adventure

  Let me start off by saying that Neal Morse is a creative genius. His musical skill, his vocal skill, his production skill are all at 100%. Add to that, the mixture of his band-mates, Mike Portnoy, Randy George, Eric … Continue reading

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A Pale Horse Named Death ~ When The World Becomes Undone

  The first thing That I would think when I play this album, is that they sound very similar to later Alice In Chains. The only difference is there was not much guitar solos. There were a few, but only … Continue reading

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