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  • Globo Verde
    Which country is making the most progress towards green energy?
    Year after year the human population grows, while planet Earth has to bear the consequences. Big oil companies drilling deep into the planet, companies blasting A/C on a Saturday with no one in the office, and freeways full of gasoline guzzling...
  • Vajra
    The Dark & Mysterious Sounds of Vajra
    Annamaria Pinna formed the group Vajra during an exile in India. A mysteriously dark exploration into the rock pits and hypnotism of creative mastery in melodies, Vajra's sound is enticing and imposes its way into your ears, the minute it is...
  • The Boy From The Crowd - "Revelator"
    The Boy From The Crowd Merges Blues With Rock
    Being a fan of alternative rock, it was awesome to discover The Boy From The Crowd, from East London, UK. A duo composed of Vinny Piana, on vocals, bass, guitar and keyboards and Vegas Ivy, on drums and percussion - the band emanates a sound...
  • The Slang
    The Slang: Relatable Rock Lyrics and Rhythms - A Review
    Centered on the concept that slang is the unofficial language of any culture, The Slang, on the self-titled EP that was released to the world on September 2nd, fashions itself as a captivating, multi-instrument band with a hard hitting alternative...
  • AfrikaDey! 2014
    The Music Festivals are coming! The Music Festivals are coming! Pt. 8
    What an amazing day of festivular expansion. There's no way to really describe the occurrences without just chronicling them: not that amazing, really, unless you’re paying attention.The AfrikaDey@! World Music Festival is just down...
  • SomeKindaWonderful
    SomeKindaWonderful: More good news from Cleveland
    A hectic schedule is a good thing for any band to have. Cleveland’s SomeKindaWonderful would agree, with the release of their self-titled debut album in June nearly getting lost in the shuffle of constant touring.“We were so busy doing...
  • Sulu Babylon's COLOUR EP
    A Review of Sulu Babylon's COLOUR EP
    It was nice to discover Sulu Babylon. Being an alternative fan, these rockers fit right into the genre. On their COLOUR EP, recently released, there are 6 gems that reveal a powerhouse band that are capable to making impactful and passionate...
  • What is holistic or alternative veterinary medicine?
    What is holistic or alternative veterinary medicine?
    Holistic veterinary medicine consists of the following types of therapies and treatments which are not generally part of allopathic, or "regular" veterinary clinics. Following are the most common alternative therapies with their...
  • Alternative tunes to catch this summer
    Alternative tunes to catch this summer
    It’s the season for barbecues and outdoor fun, so why not have a soundtrack to go along? Here’s a list of ten alternative tracks to listen to this summer and enjoy while you bask in the sunlight.“My Silver Lining” by First...
  • Eric Frisch - Goodbye Birdcage
    Eric Frisch Merges The Contemporary With The Past On Goodbye Birdcage
    One listen to Eric Frisch and you'll be instantly transported to the pop sounds of the 50s and 60s but with a contemporary twist. The album, Goodbye Birdcage, is a nine track collection of different subjects steeped in indie pop rhythms that...
  • Joel Havea
    Joel Havea's Strings & Woods Review
    Soulful alternative singer, Joel Havea's Strings & Woods EP is full of tuneful songs that demonstrate his many cultural influences and musical styles. A six cut EP with two bonus songs, Strings & Woods, may find listeners comparing him...
  • The Lawsuits (Album Cover)
    The Lawsuits: Cool Cool Cool (Interview)
    Philly based band, The Lawsuits released their official debut on October 1, 2013, entitled “Cool Cool Cool.” The album features 11 tracks of creative alternative offerings and the production is credited to Bill Moriarty and mastering...
  • Glen Phillips
    Glen Phillips and the artist’s life
    Glen Phillips is not jaded. Despite the success he’s had with his band Toad the Wet Sprocket and with his solo work, there is still that sense of wonder, that idea that when it comes to music, you can never stop learning or doing something...
  • Simon Adams
    Simon Adams - Singer Songwriter Extraordinaire
    Simon Adams' music emerges as a collage of touching and emotive melodies that offer a glimpse into the man behind it. His EP Point And Shoot takes listeners on a journey through what Adams refers to as the chasms in relationships, joy and...
  • Lullabies and Wake-Up Calls
    Dinah Thorpe, Lullabies and Wake-Up Calls: Album Review
    “Speak softly but carry a big stick” is what comes to mind while listening to Dinah Thorpe’s latest album, Lullabies and Wake-Up Calls. Alternating between soft, haunting ballads and more up-tempo spoken word sections, Lullabies...