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The Pier review
28.11.16

2 years after the dream-like high of their 2nd album Land Of Pleasure, Sticky Fingers return with a darker, more introspective album in Westway (The Glitter & The Slums). Westway...

The Pier review
09.11.16

Stick Figure absolutely has a unique sound that has been developing through their tours and releases for quite some time. With Set in Stone, Stick figure has produced and released...

The Pier review
09.11.16

Lightning never strikes in the same place twice. Right?Upon listening to the first track, listeners are re-introduced to the upbeat ambiance and silly rhymes that made Taco & Da...

The Pier review
27.07.15

The first song, “The Get Down,” is a good indication of all the musical elements the band has got to offer. The intro is diverse, with scratches, saxophone action, and a guitar...

The Pier review
21.01.14

We Are Electric is a blend of The Script-sounding pop, Kings of Leon-sounding alt-rock, and hints of country and reggae. There is nothing about We Are Electric that is original...

The Pier review
02.07.12

Once the listener presses play on Pieces, instantly, one will realize this is not your average reggae-rock album. Many bands within this budding genre’s community defy the...

The Pier review
15.06.12

Just in time for the summer, the highly anticipated album was written, recorded, and produced by the one-man-band and musical mastermind Scott Woodruff. The album represents a new...

The Pier review
12.06.12

As The Great Escape begins with the self-titled track, the intensity of TBS’ 3rd full-length album is overabundant. One word that describes “The Great Escape”, both the song, and...