Monthly Archives: November 2014

Review: Sonic Highways – Foo Fighters, Streaming Available

Sonic Highways sets another standard for the Foo Fighters. The album was recorded in 8 different cities, creating 8 different but similar sounding songs. After 20 years, Dave Grohl has set a formulaic sound for his band. From the brooding grunge rock riffs, to the acoustic melancholy ballads, the Foo Fighters stand out from most bands. Although this album doesn’t

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REVIEW: Tenth Avenue North – “Cathedrals”

We don’t really cover a lot of Christian music generally, but Tenth Avenue North have put together an album that could easily fit on a contemporary radio station. The band’s third album, “Cathedrals” may take the band out of the Christian niche, with some crossover to the mainstream. “Cathedrals” opens with “No Man Is An Island”, which instantly sounds like

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