Saturday Feb 24
Updated Album Reviews

We have 3 brand new albums in for review and 1 album that received a stellar 4.5/5 star rating with one bands debut full length album! Check out the reviews & star ratings for new albums by The Hip Abduction, Alborosie and Less Than Jake

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

The Hip Abduction – Self-Titled

“The Hip Abduction’s self-titled release is a mix of Reggae, Afro Pop, blues and pop that is a great listen from start to finish. I absolutely love all the songs and there is something for everyone on this album – from vintage sounding Reggae tunes, beautiful instrumentals, Afro Beat to the blues. You can hear in this recording the talent each musician has and this matched with their pop sensibilities and song writing, makes this a great album…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Tommy Dubs (of A Sunny Place For Shady People)

Alborosie – Sound The System

“Sound the System has more peaks than valleys and honestly too many high points to discuss in this short review. With the new Reggae revival that is taking place in Jamaica, Alborosie seems determined to be at the forefront. Although a very positive artist, don’t mistake him for weak on the scene, he can champion love and truth but still murder a soundbwoy. As you can expect from a Greensleeves Records release, this album sounds sick across a variety of systems and the production is top notch…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Tommy Dubs (of A Sunny Place For Shady People)

Less Than Jake – See The Light

“In some ways, Vines picks up where Start From Scratch left off. Passafire continues to push musical boundaries by combining elements of alternative and progressive rock, with a touch of reggae. Fans will recognize DeGuzman’s keyboards, Bowne’s vocal effects and the band’s rock-driven temp changes. In other ways Vines takes Passafire in a new direction. Vines has a hard and edgy sound, and moves Passafire slightly away from reggae and closer to the progressive sounds of…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Blake Taylor

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