Monthly Archives: February 2018

Road to Nowhere

A recent happenstance led me to stumble upon Find Me, a collaborative project between singer Robbie LaBlanc and producer Daniel Flores.  The two have converged, with Flores taking on keyboards and drums, alongside Sören Kronqvist (keyboards) and Philip Lindstrand (guitar and bass) to form a compelling and energetic melodic rock band.  LaBlanc’s powerfully moving vocals […]

To Begin Again

As a passionate fan of Imogen Heap’s music, her debut album, I Megaphone, has always been very compelling to me.  Known primarily for music that’s elegant and atmospheric, overflowing with screaming emotion but presented through gentle, breathy vocals, her raw and unfiltered beginnings as a 20-year-old artist with a slight Alanis Morissettte vibe come as […]

Post Traumatic

The music industry was thrown into mourning last year after the suicide of Chester Bennington, lead singer of Linkin Park.  While the tragic loss has of course affected fans worldwide, it’s impossible to imagine how hard it’s been for his loved ones.  But two weeks ago, bandmate Mike Shinoda released Post Traumatic EP, a fittingly […]

I Could Love You

I was surprised and elated a few weeks ago to find an email in my inbox informing me that Summer Underground had released a new song.  The indie-pop duo, consisting of Grant Carey and Chrissy Sandman, found its way into my heart last year and only seems to root itself more firmly in there over […]