Warporn Industries

3 Reasons Why WARPORN Industries New Mixtape

WARPORN Industries free mixtape download available here. by Walter Price   Being out of the hip hop scene for a minute Everlast has teamed up with Sick Jacken (The Psycho Realm) and Divine Styler, along with some heavy hitter guests, on the new ‘art project’ WARPORN Industries. This is old-school hip-hop with substance. Lyrical brilliance…

lanie lane

3 Reasons Why Lanie Lane

Lanie Lane isn’t a retro act, she is the real deal. by Walter Price   It is hard to deny the infectious authenticity in the nostalgia-tinged flavors of Australian stick of dynamite, Lanie Lane. A thriving mix of rockabilly, jazz, blues, pop, honky tonk all within one soul. Tracks like “Bang Bang”, “Oh Well That’s What You…

Confusion

3 Reasons Why Ball of Confusion In 2017

The Temptations 1970 hit “Ball of Confusion” as fits 2017. by Walter Price   “Ball of Confusion”, the surprise hit protest song from The Temptations in 1970 seems to be as poignant today as it had been at its birth. The psychedelic-soul track written by Motown producer Norman Whitfield (w/ Barrett Strong), conjures up turbulent times of the Nixon…

3 Reasons Why Lydia Loveless Real

Lydia Loveless Real Out Now. by Walter Price   Last week I was having another listen to Lydia Loveless’ fittingly titled album Real and as with all previous listens I knew I loved it. But did I dig the artist herself? A question I’ve kicked around for the past few years. And just by chance,…

Michaela Anne

3 Reasons Why The Sounds of Michaela Anne

Michaela Anne strong roots country sound. by Walter Price   Three albums deep and getting more personal and authentic on her latest, Singer-songwriter Michaela Anne is a rare natural. Comparisons moving in and out of contemporaries recent and the ones before her are easy, but no need to dwell. Michaela Anne is a woman in…

Classic Country, Pumpkins, Smoke, Lights, Bubbles, Robots, Rock N’ Roll and 3 Reasons Why Oak Street Blues

Oak Street Blues will mix elements and come out fresh. by Walter Price   With doses of Gin Blossoms-era alt-rock, the twists of Roger Miller tongue in cheek and the dusty floorboards of The Bakersfield Sound, Oak Street Blues are doing alt-country all brand new. Singer/guitarist Chris Hall has a playful and earnest delivery (not to mention…