The Ripple Effect

Blog URL:http://www.ripplemusic.blogspot.com
Blog Tags:music, reviews, rock, punk, heavy metal, progressive, garage, post punk, psychedelic
Country:United States
State/Province:California
Location:San Francisco

The best music you’re not listening to.™ Reviews of lost classics and obscure titles. Unheralded bands and songwriters. New bands deserving of greater attention. It’s all here, on The Ripple Effect.



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The LA-based Death Pop duo and the British legends will be joined by Prayers and Zola Jesus for a one of a kind event in L.A on June 15thThe date is doubly significant, as The Cult is celebrating 30 years of their iconic A Sonic Temple album, and LA...

Volume by ZED is officially released on 26th July 2019Stream and share new song ‘The Other Kind' – https://soundcloud.com/ripple-music/zed-the-other-kindPre-order the album now at www.ripple-music.com“Proof that there is a ton of badass stuff l...

This June, Maharaja (OH) teams up with Boston's Cazador to display their unique blends of sludge metal along the East Coast -- Maharaja towing their leviathan of low end, swirling movements while Cazador treks their artillery of hardcore and sludge.

The Xroadie Files

on May 22, 2019

The Wolf Howls When I Scream Your Name – To Be Where There Is A Pale LightMatthew Awbery, Sam Johnson, Harry WoodrowAlive & All So Well low bass eerie tones build with some interesting vocals and a song that just pull you under. Migraine has so...

Marillion - Radiat10n

on May 21, 2019

This album is very special to me because it is what truly triggered my quest of rediscovering Marillion. Up until now my attempts had been half-hearted, but 'Radiat10n' blew the doors wide open. I ordered a copy online late in August 2005. Shortly af...

Roman Saenko. The Ukranian multi instrumentalist known predominantly for his folky atmospheric black metal project DRUDKH, HATE FOREST, DARK AGES shaped a project that will stay in the history of experimental Black Metal.ATMF is proud to repress a cl...

When I was a kid, growing up in a house with Cat Stevens, Neil Diamond, and Simon and Garfunkel, the first time I ever heard Kiss's "Detroit Rock City," it was a moment of musical epiphany. It was just so vicious, aggressive and mean. It changed the...