Album Reviews

The Happily Entitled’s Catchy Pop/Rock Debut Shows Its Youth but Wears It Well

The Happily Entitled’s debut EP, Preface, offers some genuinely catchy songs in a style that...

Introspective Rapper Slyrex Rejects Pretense on Standout Sophomore Effort

If sincerity is making a comeback, Slyrex is ahead of the curve. On his sophomore release, the...

Foxburrows’ Latest Grapples with Psychological Burdens Through Upbeat Indie Rock

Tame contains some rather heavy themes within its layered swirl of clean-cut guitar lines, but...

OKC-based Paseo Street Walkers and Culture Cinematic Embrace Jazz Fusion Concepts on Respective Debuts

Instrumentally smooth brushstrokes paint cool watercolors that extend beyond the canvas of genre on...

Vagittarius Melds Feminist Attitude, Jaded Humor with Country Grit on Debut EP

A lyrical whirlwind revs under an inconspicuous hood on Vagittarius’ debut self-titled EP...

Producer/Rapper WoRm’s Compilation Mixtape Revitalizes with Breezy OKC Vignettes

The Refill is a collection of singles, deep cuts, and unreleased material from WoRm’s...

Showboating Serenader John Winston Holds Nothing Back on Sexually-charged EP

With sultry, often R-rated lyrics and flashy vocal overdubs, Oklahoma City’s John Winston...

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...