Anthemic bravado sampled with creative melodies define Major Major’s sound—a formula reminiscent of Muse’s lovably unlovable music and Radiohead’s self-loathing. Still, as an indie act that covers thumping beats and striking guitar riffs, it’s an album that will strike a chord with the pop/rock set, despite the minimal variation in terms of theme or mood with each song.
She’s a soundtrack staple, but there’s more to Plumb than simply upping the ante of some ordinary drama.
Known as Tiffany Arbuckle Lee on her birth certificate, the pop-rock darling has produced some notable tunes — “Stranded”, “Boys Don’t Cry” — elevating her to star status within the adult contemporary music circuits.
Lots of new acoustic acts pass by our radars unnoticed, but not Charlie Barclay.
The 22-year-old singer-songwriter is hoping to make his mark in the music scene, and his debut EP The Love You Give is a good attempt on breaking in.
As wildly-popular Christian band Jars of Clay prepares for the release of its new album “Inland” this August 2013, now’s the right time to do some retrospective of their previous releases with Gather and Build: A Collection.