Music Reviews & Downloads


Read the review of Moonbound’s new album Peak of Eternal Light, and while you’re there download and watch “Our Day Will Come.”


Download Solander’s “Book of Advice” here.


Drunk Souls have started a Revolution. Listen here.



Check out “The Electronic Anthology Project of Dinosaur Jr.” and get excited for the release of awesome.


Read a review, watch a video and download Monks of Mellonwah’s new single Neurogenesis. That’s one stop shopping!


Get The Conduits Top of the Hill off their debut self titled album.


Watch The Pharmacy’s new Dig Your Grave video in awesome Grindhouse style.


AM & Shawn Lee are offering up a free download of Somebody Like You (Fort Knox Five Remix). Read about where you can get it and why you should want it.


Priory’s self titled debut album “Priory” review available with free download of Kings of Troy here.

photo credit: Courtesy of Expunged Records


Free download of Jack Wilson’s Valhalla is now available here


Read the review of Jack Wilson’s Self Titled Debut Album and watch the live performance of Fell Inside from KEX.


The Pharmacy shares their title track off the upcoming EP “Dig Your Grave.Read the review and grab your free download.


Come and get your new music download The World Unfolds from Gabriel and the Hounds upcoming debut Album “Kiss Full of Teeth


Philadelphia’s own Buried Beds has released, for your listening pleasure, Children of the Sea, a new song from their upcoming concert film and EP, “Small Stories“. The DVD releases January 20th, along with the accompanying EP of live recordings from the film, and a new studio track from their next album. Small Stories is a 32 minute film allowing the audience a poetic look at Buried Beds’ hometown. With 6 brand new songs and a little view of the day in the life, this DVD looks to be a lot of fun. As a special treat we got the track Children of the Sea. Download, listen, enjoy.


Ed Vallance’s new album “Volcano” due out February 8th from Proof Records. Read the review and sneak a peak at track 1 Crystalline.


Click to read my review of Gabriel and the HoundsKiss Full of Teeth” and listen to my favorite song “What Good Would That Do”.

photo by Elise Rasmussen


Click to read the review of Dana Falconberry’sThough I Didn’t Call it Came” and grab your download of her lead single “Petoskey Stone” 

Dana Falconberry – Petoskey Stone from One Story Productions on Vimeo.

**Not familiar with SoundCloud? Any free music downloads are simple to grab, just click the down arrow on the right side of the music player, then click download and voila it’s yours!


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