Saturday Oct 21
Jan
26/15
Updated Album Reviews

We have 3 new Album Reviews to start off the new year with TONS more on the way! But first, lets take a look at our review & star ratings for new releases by The Expendables, Street Pharmacy and Resinated

With album reviews, everyone has an opinion and no one is right or wrong, but the discussion is what we look forward to. We want to hear your perspective and how the music speaks to you in contrast to our written reflections. The topic is always up for discussion as we want you to reply in a comment with a review & rating of your own – Coming up, we have new reviews on new albums from New Kingston, E.N Young, The Skints, Marlon Asher, RAC, Riotmaker & more!

Remember to stop by the site every Monday as we post new album reviews from both new & past releases from around the reggae-rock genre. You can view all of our Album Reviews under our Editorials tab by clicking HERE


Street Pharmacy – Pharmanonics

“It isn’t often that a band can blend rock, reggae, hip hop, folk and electronic sounds on an album, but it seems that Street Pharmacy’s strength lies in their versatility. While Ryan Guay’s vocals aren’t exceptional, there’s a likeable quality about him that’s hard to ignore. This is a solid, well-rounded album; and an ode to the kind of music I wish was still being made…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Andrew Aroche



The Expendables – Sand In The Sky

“Sand In the Sky is a solid release by The Expendables. There are several likeable tracks, but, in general, the album lacks The Expendables signature punch. Fans know the band has a “soft side” and in some ways Sand In the Sky further exposed this side—both with arrangements and lyrics. The band’s notable guitar riffs and rock edge are not gone, but they are less obvious…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Kit Chalberg




Resinated – Smoke Signals

“When I first heard that Resinated signed to Right Coast Records, I imagined them to be just another Alternative reggae band, but after listening to this album, I found that image to be far from true. Resinated’s use of funk and alternative elements allows their music to stand out, but their energy and the substance in their lyrics is what gives them an identity…” READ MORE
Written & Reviewed By: Andrew Aroche




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