QUIL

QUIL Dream States

Pretend that somebody loves me so I can love them… by Walter Price   Oklahoma’s indie pop/rock duo QUIL have released a full length album Dream States. Dream States is a treat of an album that showcases the pair’s growth over the past year or so and rides lush in airy spaces. This release furthers…

new music

JP Kallio After The Storm

by Walter Price   Workhorse troubadour J.P. Kallio has a new album After The Storm which shouldn’t surprise you considering his prolific output. What wouldn’t surprise you as well is that the 12 tracks album is full of deep rooted thoughts ranging from politics, sex and varying looks at drink and addictions. Fair play for…

Europe the band

Review: Europe – ‘War Of Kings’

by Alle Royale   Since their 2004 comeback, with the enthralling “Start From The Dark”, Europe has been raising the quality bar of their output, always adding some new spices to their brand and trusty recipe, morphing their 80’s melodic hard rock into a more contemporary rock ‘n’ roll beast but without losing an ounce…

The Violent Years

Catching Up w/ The Violent Years

  By Walter Price   The last time we spoke to The Violent Years (Kenneth Bringsdal, Kjetil Sjølingstad, Jack van der Hagen, Lars Erik Humborstad, Eivind Thorsvik) the band was coming off a spectacular album of personal twists and fates Trying To Get Over. They were preparing a new studio (their haven of sound), gathering thoughts…