Monday Oct 23
Apr
29/13
Updated Album Reviews

2013 has been so busy with new music & The Pier is trying to keep up as we review the latest releases from John Brown’s Body, Fortunate Youth and The Supervillains. Lets see what was said & what star rating each new album received…

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Fortunate Youth – It’s All a Jam

“This is a perfect album to take in that feel of summer vibes, and relaxing beach havens. For a majority of this album a consistent emotional swag keeps the listener jamming hard. Without an elaborate emotional spark however, It’s All a Jam still eaves a good taste, even after the tunes stop playing…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Andrew McClatchy


The Supervillains – Volume 8

“Just like the band, this album is a mixed bag of treats that tastes like twelve different flavors. With plenty of features from artists such as Smally, Jeff Richie, Chris King, Antonee First Class, D.P., Brett Hestla, Leilani Wolfgramm, Charlie Blender, S.B.K., and Blak, just to name a few. However, it’s not just the feature’s that really make this album…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Andrew McClatchy


John Brown’s Body – Kings And Queens

“With ‘Kings and Queens,’ John Brown’s Body delivered once again, demonstrating the diversity that is “American Reggae” and pushing musical boundaries in ways very few bands are capable. The progressive and refreshing mix of sounds has ‘Kings and Queens’ poised to top the reggae charts, making the album one of reggae’s best in 2013…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Kit Chalberg



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