progressive rock

Abel’s 4000 Albums That Matter: Part Thirty-Nine

Hello. It’s Sunday. I took the morning off. Oh well. 641. Rhythm Collision – Pressure. I can’t think of a better example of what pop punk was in the ‘90s than this criminally underrated band’s debut album, Pressure. I had the pleasure of seeing them live in ’94 and they were nothing short of amazing. […]

Abel’s 4000 Albums That Matter: Part Thirty-One

Yeah, I don’t even know who I’m trying to fool here. I know last week I was all “things are gonna get better” or some such nonsense and that’s just not the case. It’s complete bullshit actually. I mean, on top of my routine violent excursions of lexical depravity into the English Language and Her […]

Smitty the Band: “The World I See” Review

Smitty the Band The World I It is unfair to list the bands from which another band draws their inspiration and by whom they are influenced. The problem with doing this is that fans seeking new music will invariably be disappointed because no band sounds precisely like their influences and it’s unfair to said band […]