I don’t know why Jonah can’t seem to settle down with a band, but despite the number of people he has worked with and the amount of adaptation that requires, he has managed to impress in a number of different genres. This album is more solo-acoustic than New End Original or Far, but it is a prime example of the quality that goes into Jonah Matranga’s music endeavors.
Mac, Austin, and Steve discuss the latest Muse release, The Resistance, track by track. There were mixed feelings on the album; different for each person in the discussion.
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The Midway State, like many bands before them, released an EP with a sampling of what to expect from their upcoming album. Met A Man On Top Of The Hill is their first official studio produced release, offering that glimpse into their music. There are four songs on the EP, and the title [...]
An Evening With John Petrucci & Jordan Rudess juxatposes two of today’s most skillful virtuosos. Real-life friends and Dream Theater bandmates, Petrucci and Rudess take us on a journey deep into the night, through a diverse range of styles and long improvisations. “Fife And Drum” has all the quaintness of a Renaissance-era English party song, while “Bite Of The Mosquito” sends us on a frantic journey through a day in the life of one of the little bloodsuckers.