Synth Album Review: "Inside the Algorhythm" by Damokles
Read on to learn how "Inside the Algorhythm" fuses an entertaining variety of synthpop styles with Damokles' distinctive vocals and lyrics to produce energetic, quirky music.
Synthpop Album Review: "Future Ruins" by Architrave
Read on to learn why I feel "Future Ruins" is a grown up, musically complex and lyrically rich slice of synthpop.
Synthpop Album Review: "Retrospective" by Positronic
Read on to find out how "Retrospective" combines a luscious sonic palette, powerfully emotional melodies and intensely expressive vocals.
Synth Album Review: "Looking for the Sound" by eLxAr
Read on to find out why I enjoy how "Looking for the Sound" creates a sensation of journeying through temporal and spatial realms as it unfolds its interlacing, detailed synth palette.
Synth Album Review: "Technicolor Dreamboat" by Faustbot
Read on to find out why I feel "Technicolor Dreamboat" is a direct, raw sonic slap to the face. It is an album that rails at the social injustices, economic inequality and political corruption of the world.
Synth Album Review: "Nobody From Nowhere With Nothing" by Chatterless
Read on to learn about why I feel that "Nobody From Nowhere With Nothing" is a journey through a breathy, celestial soundscape with a detailed sonic signature.
Synth Album Review: "Furbidden Planet" by Cat Temper
Read on to find out why I enjoy how "Furbidden Planet" takes listeners on a cosmic journey full of swirling, ethereal sounds, deep wells of bass and rich sonic interactions.
100 Best Female Rock Singers of the 2000s and 2010s
Female voices became epic in the realms of rock music in the 2000s and 2010s. Here’s a list of the best female rock singers from that unforgettable era.
Experimental Music Album Review: "Virology Lab" by Snee-Nee-Iq
Read on to find out why I find "Virology Lab" to be deeply unnerving and full of dark emotion.
Synth Album Review: "The Europhonic Sound System" by Europaweite Aussichten
Read on to find out why I enjoy the ethereal, glitchy sonic exploration and fascinating minimalism\ of "The Europhonic Music System."
Synth Album Review: "Spellbound 2" by Wraithwalker
Read on to find out why I feel that "Spellbound 2" is full of seething shadows, battering beats and terrified tension.
Synth Album Review: "Diamond Field" by Diamond Field
Read on to learn about "Diamond Field's" pop-infused, retro-inspired musical journey through a lush, well-produced soundscape.
Synth Album Review: "American Summer" by Lavallette
Read on to find out why I think that American Summer takes the best aspects of classic retrowave music and adds more musical and emotional complexity to the mix.
Synth Album Review: "Your Future Awaits" by Electron Odyssey
Read on to find out why I feel that "Your Future Awaits" combines intensely varied, richly textured synth sounds with intriguing harmonic moments and engaging melodic writing.
Synthpop Album Review: "Dream Tether" by Infra Violet
Read on to find out why I think that "Dream Tether" is an album rich with lyrical and vocal emotion, well-thought out musical backing.
Progressive Rock Album Review: "Other Worlds and Golden Ages" by Flight Mechanic
Read on to find out why I feel that Flight Mechanic creates auditory paintings on "Other Worlds and Golden Ages."
"The Broken Law: A Tribute to Judas Priest" CD Review
"The Broken Law: A Tribute to Judas Priest" is a compilation album released in 2012, featuring Judas Priest classics covered by Motorhead, L.A. Guns, Great White, and more.
Synth Album Review: "Starbright Adventures" by Powerkørd
Read on to learn about how "Starbright Adventures" lays out a mythical journey into strange lands through a richly varied, intertwining soundscape of synths, propulsive beats and strong melodies.
Synth Album Review: "Digital Death" by Mike Templar
Read on to find out why I enjoy how "Digital Death" examines the corrosive role played by the technological dominance of society through cold, harsh and robotic sonic qualities, strong lyrics and great guest performances.
Synthpop Album Review: "From City to Beachfront" by Beckett
Read on to find out why I enjoy the strong melodies with a jazz fusion influence, smooth beats and sonic pastel glide on "From City to Beachfront."
100 Best Van Halen Songs
From "Eruption" to "Panama" and more, explore the list of Van Halen songs by learning their genres, albums, and the year they were released. This article includes songs with Sammy Hagar and David Lee Roth, and it covers each song's meaning, awards, and some facts.
Cyberpunk Album Review: "Master Machine" by Ectoplague
Read on to find out why I enjoy how Master Machine seethes with technological darkness and a creeping sense of danger that permeates the musical atmosphere.
“Happier Than Ever” Album Review: Billie Eilish's Best Album Yet?
Billie Eilish's sophomore studio album "Happier Than Ever" might be her best-ever project. Drifting away from the sinister vibe of her previous album, this album sees her shed some of the layers behind her mysterious personality, and it certainly makes her more relatable.
Forgotten Hard Rock Albums: The Throbs, "The Language of Thieves and Vagabonds"
The Throbs were New York City's entry into the early '90s retro/sleaze rock scene, unfortunately their first album arrived just a hair too late to make any impact.