Album Reviews

New Romanello Album Keeps the Party Going with Big Pop Chords and Rock ‘n’ Roll Energy

Unimpressed with today’s wave of copy/paste software musicians, Tulsa’s Tony Romanello and the ...

On Latest LP, Kali Ra Transforms Dark Narratives Into a Cathartic Cathedral of Rock

David Goad is a man of vision. As the creative root to his band, Kali Ra, he invokes a keen taste ...

Soft-Hued OKC Band Toys with Indie Rock Formula on Smart, Compositionally Focused Debut

With its thoughtful approach to sonic texture and vocal harmony, the new debut EP from Oklahoma ...

The Top 15 of ‘15 – Jarvix Picks His Best Local Albums of the Year

Oklahoma musicians were busy in 2015. There were easily more quality record releases than weeks of ...

OKC Rapper Taps Into The City’s Dream Team – L.T.Z. Review

Don’t be fooled by the rudimentary cover art. Barcelona ’92, the latest full-length release from ...

Orange Sunshine – Midday Static Review

If music is meant to transport the mind and soul to another place and time, then leave it to Tulsa ...

If You’re Looking for a Little More Screamo in Your Indie Rock… – Naturalist Review

Within the first 20 seconds of their new EP, Naturalist unleashes a jarring declaration of their ...

Ripple Green Brings London Cool to Oklahoma City

British swagger must be contagious because Ripple Green’s latest effort struts like nothing they’ve ...

Norman Alt Rockers Costello Take It Slow On Promising Debut

Sparse rock instrumentation and expansive production provide more than ample room for Costello’s ...