Album of the Week: The Free Life

Artist: Turbowolf Released: 2018 The rock band from Bristol, UK recently released their third studio album. The new album contains rock, heavy metal, electronica, and even some punk rock. It offers the perfect sound to get you moving. Check out songs from the album below. This album will make you want to howl at the... Continue Reading →


Cover Songs: Part 1

Whether you like it or not some of the most loved songs end up being covered by a different artist. The outcome can be cringe worthy or an added touch to an already great song. Sometimes a totally different genre will go and do the remake as well (see: Johnny Cash and Bill Withers). Below... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week: Dumb and Dumber

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, the 1990s produced some of the greatest music ever. The soundtrack to the classic comedy film Dumb and Dumber (1994), starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, adds some great songs to an already impressive decade of music. Below are just a few songs from the album.... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week – Audioslave

Artist: Audioslave Released: 2002 The late Chris Cornell was an incredible musician. His work with Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden, and other acts has given us plenty of great music to enjoy. It’s a shame we can’t have more. His work with Audioslave is just as noteworthy as his previous projects. The American rock super-group... Continue Reading →


The song “Falling” was released by the impressive English singer/songwriter/guitarist, Graham Coxon. The song was originally a home recording by Coxon’s friend, Luke Daniel, who tragically ended his own life. Coxon’s cover of the song is as emotional as you would expect and has gone towards a great cause. The release of the song has... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week – Concrete and Gold

Artist: Foo Fighters  Released: 2017 Concrete and Gold is a solid album by Foo Fighters. The band shows no signs of aging with their ninth studio album. Dave Grohl (lead vocals/guitar) has said that the album is about hope and desperation in America. In my opinion the flowing tracks of the album resemble Abbey Road... Continue Reading →

This is Johnny Cash

The music industry wouldn't be the same if not for the man named Sue. Actually, he went by Johnny Cash and wore many hats. He released multiple albums and songs throughout his nearly 50 year career as a singer-songwriter and guitarist. His debut album, With His Hot and Blue Guitar, was released in 1957, while... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week – Kota

Artist: Taylor Hawkins Released: 2016 Former drummer for Alanis Morissette and current drummer of Foo Fighters, Taylor Hawkins, released some creative songs on his solo album. Even though the album only has six tracks it has plenty to offer. The sound resembles the classic rock songs of the past while still giving the listener something... Continue Reading →

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