One for the Team – Ghosts

Reviewed by Nate Smith As we venture more and more into the digital age, it seems that bands strive for audible perfection. They want to record their music all digitally and fix every last little thing. Ghosts, the new album by One for the Team was recorded all on tape; I love it. Ian Anderson, […]

Gorillaz – Plastic Beach

Reviewed by Nate Smith Every once in awhile, it’s fun to take a step out of the musical genre I love and check out something a little different. The new Gorillaz album falls right into that category. This album begins with the intro track “Orchestral Intro” where the soothing sounds of the ocean and seagulls […]

The Honesty

Reviewed by Brandon Ryan First there was the duo of The White Stripes, two people showing the ability to make incredible music without the tremendous need for a band. The Honesty is a brand new duo that brings youthful energy and passion; Tasha GilBreath on vocals and Mikey Davis on bass, guitar and drums. At […]

Alkaline Trio – This Addiction

Reviewed by Nate Smith The lyrics of Alkaline Trio have always drawn me to their music. I remember when Alkaline Trio first started in 1996. Since then, I have followed their career, embraced every release, and fallen in love with their unique sound, dark lyrics, and overall energy live. The first track off their new […]

Tony Sly – 12 Song Program

Reviewed by Nate Smith No Use For a Name has been one of my favorite Punk Bands for many years. They were the first band that Enoch Magazine launched their live performance and interview videos with in Kansas City. It was at that show almost 2 years ago that Tony Sly, the singer of No […]

Fair – Disappearing World

Reviewed by Nate Smith Aaron Sprinkle has produced so many great records through the years. He’s been in the music business for a long time – plays every instrument except drums, and produces bands for Tooth and Nail Records. When I had the chance to review Disappearing World by his new band “Fair,” I was […]

Motion City Soundtrack – My Dinosaur Life

written by Nate Smith Motion City Soundtrack is at it again with a splendid release. It’s full of catchy lyrics and guitar lines that pave the way for 2010 to be a great year for music. With Every Motion City Soundtrack release they are getting better and better at what they do. The first track […]

The Quiet Revolution – Parallel Me

written by Carter Theis As our enoch team is nestled away in the comforts of Skid Row Los Angeles, I got curious and opened one of our record label emails. In it, I found a promo package for this 3 song EP by a band named The Quite Revolution (TQR). They are from Israel and […]

Jupiter 7 – Rocksteady

written by Carter Theis As a fan of “real” hip hop, I should be flogged in front of the whole crew for not reviewing this album sooner. But as some of you may know, I’m in charge of all the videos for Enoch so my time is quite limited. Be that as it may, I’ve […]