Category Archives: Reviews

Blast picks apart Zuffalo’s Birdbrain

Blast picks apart Zuffalo’s Birdbrain

I just had a zoom with Zuffalo about their new album, Birdbrain. The band consists of:Kim Manning- Vocals, KeysMikey Vukovich- Vocals, BassSean Steele- Vocals, GuitarEric Vanier- Drums If you are wondering about their name, I looked it up and this is what I found on Wikipedia. Zuffolo (also chiufolo, ciufolo) is an Italian fipple flute. First described in the… Continue Reading

Devouring Saturn – Fortis Rebis

Devouring Saturn – Fortis Rebis

Reaching, striving for lofty goals, Devouring Saturn searches out it own personal levels of heavenly delights while digging new depths within themselves of new discoveries. The result is invocative and is mixed  within a harsh realm of alchemy that is called Fortis Rebis. This is a symphonic cacophony of a no holds barred ride into… Continue Reading

Art Griffin – The Venus Variations

Art Griffin – The Venus Variations

  Art Griffin, one of Toronto’s premiere Prog Rockers comes out with some new sounds that all of us need at this moment.  Of course I am speaking of our uncertain times with Covid, job loss, social and spiritual distancing. These are the real stresses we face daily these days.  Well Art seems to have… Continue Reading

Päter- Sole

Päter- Sole

Päter is a young Torontonian singer/songwriter with a lot of character. I recently was watching her during these Covid times and she challenged herself to write a lot of songs in a short period of time. 30 in 30 days to be exact. Her creative process was fast and furious and her style varied from… Continue Reading

Holly Clausius – Sunflower EP

Holly Clausius – Sunflower EP

Holly Clausius is a young singer from the small Ontario town of Exeter. She just released her debut EP in hopes to find a market in Toronto and other places nearby. The cover is very colourful and radiant with the hopes of that sound emanating from this artist. Her style is simple and has that… Continue Reading

Jupiter Hollow – Bereavement

Jupiter Hollow – Bereavement

  This is not a CD for the faint of Heart. I think that is a fair statement to start off with. It will challenge you intellectually, emotionally and technically. It is as if you become part of this onslaught. The story itself is pretty straight forward and self explanatory. The way they organize the… Continue Reading

Thrust Attempts to Take Off

Thrust Attempts to Take Off

There are a lot of young bands that are taking their cues from the great 70’s era of Rock. Thrust is one of those bands that is leading the charge with this resurgence. This band has truly only been around since October 2019 and are trying to grab as much attention as possible. They are… Continue Reading