ALBUM REVIEW: LIMBS – Everything Under Heaven

‘Massive’ would be an understatement to describe this album. “Everything Under Heaven” marks the third full-length release of the Manila-based Limbs, and it is perhaps their most colossal musical outing yet. Like a steel Eldritch creature you cannot look away from, “Everything Under Heaven” is a record that dwells from the underground to cast its […]

ALBUM REVIEW: The General Strike – s/t

Historically, the blues and folk rock music have always had this communal, almost spiritual connection to listeners all over the world. A genre that’s embedded in the African-American community in 19th century Civil War-era America and eventually imported by foreign distributors in the early-mid 20th century by vinyl or other sorts of cassette suppliers in […]