17 06, 2019

Song Review of On the Road by Celestial Blue Music

By |2019-06-17T15:02:15-04:00June 17th, 2019|Categories: Music Review, Song Review|Tags: , , , |

This is a Song Review of On the Road by Celestial Blue Music Review by Walter and Darlene Hargrave "Celestial Blue Music is the solo project of Kari J., a New Mexico native collaborating internationally to create electronic-folkrock fusion based in organic concepts of empowered evolution, conscious liberty, synergy with nature, and psychoacoustic optimism." Wallyview: I feel that, On the Road is a feel-good traveling song. It’s about a person who can’t let the grass grow under their feet! Travelling towards the horizon and making long lasting memories along the way. Maybe the grass is greener, maybe it isn’t but, it’s the journey that matters. As you travel and see new things it lifts one's spirits. Discovery is the goal and the unique beauty is the reward. Taking all that in triggers strong emotions. It speaks of travelling with friends [...]

16 06, 2019

Song Review Down with the Devil – Taming Sari

By |2019-06-16T10:18:27-04:00June 16th, 2019|Categories: Music Review, Song Review|Tags: , , , |

Today this Song Review: Down with the Devil by Taming Sari Review by: Walter and Darlene Hargrave "Taming Sari is a 5 piece Ottawa based band. Driven by a passion to breathe new life into the genre known as Rock and Roll." @taming_sariband   I want to say up front that Taming Sari has succeeded in breathing new life to Rock and Roll!  I hear influences of Rush, Aerosmith, Guns N' Roses, AC/DC, and more.  Taming Sari's rich sound, mature lyrics and passionate vocal content combined, makes their song, "Down with the Devil," instantly likable and radio friendly. As mature adults, my wife and I could certainly relate to the lyrics, which is about a long-time relationship gone wrong. The story could be about a long-lasting love affair where mistakes were made early (“breaking all the rules”), it is too [...]

7 09, 2017

Little Empire Nightfall (Live @ El Rey Theatre) Review : Tobi

By |2017-09-07T07:57:36-04:00September 7th, 2017|Categories: Guest Author, Music Review|Tags: , , , |

Little Empire Nightfall (Live @ El Rey Theatre) Review : Tobi (producedbytobi@mailcan.com)   'On April 14 2017, Little Empire played El Rey Theatre on Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles. Constructed in 1936, at the heart the Miracle Mile, the Art Deco former movie theatre was lit up, not by the stars of the Silver Screen, but by LA's own Pop Rock quartet. Along with their usual set of well drilled delights, the band debuted a new song, Nightfall. And Deep End Visuals were on hand, to capture its first live performance. There must be something that you need', Lily Lewis teases, her voice a perfect blend of bitter/sweet sugarpop, and soulful rock. Lead guitarist, Dash Kackert stabs, tight, funk rock chord distortion. And Little Empire jump into life. 'Maybe that something is me?', freed from her usual station, behind her beloved [...]