Tuesday Jan 16
Updated Album Reviews

Join the discussion on our latest Album Reviews as we’ve released reviews for Tubby Love‘s new record Waves as well as Katastro’s all acoustic record Bones along with From Far by Indubious. All 3 records were reviewed by our own Brian Glaser

Next Monday, we’ll have new reviews on new albums from Dispatch, Mike Pinto, 311, Upfull Rising, Chronixx, Authority Zero 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

Katastro – Bones

“With only 9 tracks, the record concludes quicker than I had hoped for but I found myself really enjoying it nonetheless. Katastro grabs tracks across its entire discography and keeps Bones pretty balanced from their earlier days to their most recent breakthrough with Strange Nights…” READ MORE

Written & Reviewed By: Brian Glaser


Tubby Love – Waves

“There are so many settings in which you can enjoy this record. The uniqueness will grab a hold of your attention and not let go for the 41 minutes that spans across Waves. For me, I’ve surely become a member of the Tubby Love fan club — those who listen to this record will likely soon follow…” READ MORE

Written & Reviewed By: Brian Glaser


Indubious – From Zero

“From Zero is highlighted by its production and its simplicity. There’s nothing too over the top or exceptionally groundbreaking on this record, but I found myself thoroughly enjoying the album and never once thought about skipping-to-next-track across its 14 songs…” READ MORE

Written & Reviewed By: Brian Glaser




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