Track by Track: Inner Mission by Zen from Mars

Zen from Mars have transmitted their debut album to album to the Universe and it’s a cracker of an album. As I’ve said in previous posts about Zen from Mars, if Stephen Shareaux is singing, then I am listening. Zen from Mars is the collaborative music project with Stephen Shareaux and guitarist Drew Fortier (The Lucid, Bang Tango). The band previously released singles, “New Leaf” (2016), “Mother Evolution” (2019), which … Continue reading Track by Track: Inner Mission by Zen from Mars

Review: Bronco by Orville Peck

Whew, what an album. I would leave the review at those 4 words, but I don’t think I’d be doing Bronco justice. Orville Peck‘s latest album, Bronco (8-April) is the full length follow up to his debut album Pony (2019) and fans may have noticed that Orville has moved up the horse ranks with each of his releases.PonyShow Pony (2020 EP)Bronco His passion for horses … Continue reading Review: Bronco by Orville Peck

Review: Chris by Ryan Adams

Fans who have been following Ryan Adams on Instagram have been privy to live performances, live art performances, his personal struggles as well as following him on his sober journey. 27 weeks as of 26-March. Congratulations on your milestone sir. Ryan recently announced several shows in May in NYC and Boston to his Instagram followers, but on Friday, via his PAX-AM label, Ryan Adams released … Continue reading Review: Chris by Ryan Adams

Review: So Happy it Hurts by Bryan Adams

This wasn’t a planned review. Bryan Adams‘ new album, So Happy It Hurts (released on 11-March), wasn’t even on my radar. I only know of its existence because the super talented man did the photography for the upcoming Rammstein album. They had tagged him in a photo and I wanted check out Bryan’s other photography but I discovered this album instead. Holy Mary mother of … Continue reading Review: So Happy it Hurts by Bryan Adams