Robert Delong – Just Movement – CD

Robert Delong – Just Movement – CD

Robert Delong – Just Movement – CD (Glass Note) Robert Delong’s debut album is a great piece of electronica dance music fused with quality singer / songwriter lyrical ability. Many of the songs also have a world beat feel running through them due to his...
D’Haene – Vinyl – CD

D’Haene – Vinyl – CD

D’Haene – Vinyl – CD (D’Haene) Another rockin’ blues band that could serve as the poster child for overplaying / singing. On their second track everybody gets a short solo (or two) and the vocalists tend to stretch out their last syllable...
Ani Difranco – To the Teeth – CD

Ani Difranco – To the Teeth – CD

Ani Difranco – To the Teeth – CD (Rightous Babe Records) One of the reasons that I like Beatles so much is the diversity of their music and how with each album they grew. That is one of the same reasons I like Ani DiFranco so much. I have been listening to...
Digger – Monte Carlo – CD

Digger – Monte Carlo – CD

Digger – Monte Carlo – CD (Hopeless Records) Hmmm, sounds like NOFX, kind of a little more alternative, trying to get on the radio rock. The singer sounds all emotional about something so I can only assume he is having girl problems which considering the...
Divit – Latest Issue – CD

Divit – Latest Issue – CD

Divit – Latest Issue – CD (Coldfront Records) This is your basic pop-punk band. I listened to this release at least seven times so that I might find something interesting to write about it, and all I can say is that this CD is okay, except for the...
Dynamite Boy – Finders Keepers – CD

Dynamite Boy – Finders Keepers – CD

Dynamite Boy – Finders Keepers – CD (Fearless Records) From the first note on “Finder’s Keeper’s”, the music fills the room and it is inescapable to run from the power packed energy of Dynamite Boy. The songs are about love, broken hearts, and...
Dwarves – Come Clean – CD

Dwarves – Come Clean – CD

Dwarves – Come Clean – CD (Epitaph Records) How’s it Done is a very Ramones-ish tune that is a catchy lead-off to this release. After the initial track the Dwarves burst into their standard punk rock style. Over You is a more industrial influenced...