Wednesday Jan 17
Updated Album Reviews

We have just published 3 more album reviews as we give a listen to new albums by Three Legged Fox, Iya Terra and Passafire. All three albums were reviewed by our own Brian Glaser — Join the discussion as Brian gives his input on each new record…

Coming up, we’ll have new reviews on new albums from Morgan Heritage, Mike Pinto, Kash’d Out, 311, Satsang, Dirty Heads, Nattali Rize, Collie Buddz, and more!

With album reviews, everyone has an perspective/opinion and no one is right or wrong, but the discussion is what we look forward to; as long as there is a discussion, people will continue to discover the music and listen for themselves. 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!

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

Passafire – Longshot

“With one blink, the 45:54 run-time of Longshot concludes before you can realize what happened, daring the listener to replay the album and do it all over again. At its core, the overarching theme of Longshot details life and its many experiences, adapting from personal hardships, fulfilling new discoveries, staying true to oneself and continuing to grow from all aspects of life….” READ MORE

Written & Reviewed By: Brian Glaser


Iya Terra – Sacred Sound

“In addition to their own unique and individualistic styles, the album also contains several special guests that listeners will surely recognize -– including E.N Young, The Simpkin Project, Jacob Iosia and Stick Figure. The album tells a tale that alludes to putting negative experiences to the side and leaving them in the past, moving ahead with a forward-thinking mentality, staying positive at all times…” READ MORE

Written & Reviewed By: Brian Glaser


Three Legged Fox – Watch The World

“This record will be an acquired taste for many –- those who are expecting a solely reggae-driven album may look elsewhere as even though the album works in various reggae themes, Watch the World doesn’t entirely feel like a reggae album. But Watch the World surely has plenty to offer, and is…” READ MORE

Written & Reviewed By: Brian Glaser




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