Tuesday May 23
Jul
29/13
Updated Album Reviews

We at The Pier have been enjoying the summer so far. So much good music being released and there’s a lot of gems from younger up & coming independent artists. We’re excited to share our Reviews & Star Ratings on new albums from Through The Roots, Wheeland Brothers and Tubby Love

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


Through The Roots – Take You There

“Some of the album’s highlights include songs ‘Dancing In The Rain’, ‘Slow Down’, ‘Take You There’, ‘Higher’ & ‘Down To Earth’. While I’m not declaring it album of the year, I’d highly suggest picking up the album because there’s a lot to like about it. A lot of it has been done before, which doesn’t quite make it a breath of fresh air, but there’s enough to inhabit a good time with….” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Mike Patti


Wheeland Brothers – Muchos Mahalos

“Wishing they would have finished the album at nine tracks or even made an EP of five, ‘Muchos Mahalos’ shows me what the Wheeland Brothers are capable of. They are surfer bums, yet at times they can make some really beautiful music…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Andrew McClatchy



Tubby Love – Love Is Alive

“With only seven songs and a packed set of features including Spiritual Rez, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Emily Elbert, Eric Robertson, Dub Apocalypse, Passafire, Dopapod, and Rachel Orke & Matt O’Brian (from Thunderbody), this album represents a modern reggae anthem…” READ MORE
-Written & Reviewed by: Andrew McClatchy



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