Saturday Dec 20
May
21/12
Updated Album Reviews!

The Expendables recently released an all acoustic album while Top Shelf is celebrating the release of their new EP & the infamous Carlos Santana blessed all of us with his 36th release. Lets check the reviews & star ratings for each new release…

Remember to stop by the site every Monday as we post new album reviews from various new & past releases from groups in the community. You can view all of our Album Reviews inside under our Editorials tab by clicking HERE


Carlos Santana – Shape Shifter

“Shape Shifter was inspired and recorded with the purpose of giving a musical tribute to all the original inhabitants of the world, specifically the Native Americans. There is overflowing passion, from track to track. Starting with the native chants in the opening bars of title track, “Shape Shifter”, to the stomping bongo beats on…”READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Kris Siuta


Top Shelf – There’s A Place EP

“Overall, the album has a laid-back Pepper style vibe, but with an electronic twist. Heavy synthesized keys are the star on tracks like Earthquake, and As She Sings. It’s an unexpected twist that adds to the layers of complex sounds present in each song and highlights the band’s ability to blend elements from…”READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Ashley Allred


The Expendables – Gone Soft

“Overall, the album has a laid-back Pepper style vibe, but with an electronic twist. Heavy synthesized keys are the star on tracks like Earthquake, and As She Sings. It’s an unexpected twist that adds to the layers of complex sounds present in each song and highlights the band’s ability to blend elements from…”READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Matt Emodi


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