Being in China for a year to study I'm kind of stuck with not getting new music (besides getting people to buy+send me shit); so I just feel like branching out on the reviewing and improve myself with it. Got a couple of albums I feel desperately need their first review or generally interest me a lot. Don't know if they are known around here at all though so would like to poke around to see if anyone is interested in seeing reviews for these!
|1|| ||The Reign of Kindo|
Rhythm, Chord & Melody
|2||Dead Letter Circus|
Dead Letter Circus
Australian rock prominents.
|4|| ||Kiko Loureiro|
|5|| ||Pink Martini|
Hang on Little Tomato
Jazz, lounge, classical.
In my opinion the best video game ever made feauturing some stellar classical compositions. Has Asian influences (duh, game set in Japan & China).
In Due Time
Rather solid mainstream rock. There's a review up but it's exceptionally poor and I feel it deserves better.
|8||The Mayfield Four|
Surprised this doesn't have a review yet. One of the better rock albums I've heard, easy on the ears and really enjoyable.
Symphonic math-metal, I suppose. Pretty strange, but nifty as hell.
Thiz is the Japanese Kabuki Rock
Yeah, I know. He makes some pretty decent tunes though, the rock-funk combo is pretty infectious, even when you can't understand all the Japanese-English rambling.
|11|| ||Joe Bonamassa|
You & Me
Bluesrock doesn't come much better than this these days.
|12|| ||Diana Krall|
Enjoyable easy jazz.
Somehow feels more like a singersongwriter version of Tool with more enjoyable vocals to me. But then again I simply don't like Keenan's sound.