The Ripple Effect

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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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Deluxe 400-page softcover book with foreword by Civ of Gorilla BiscuitsThis deluxe softcover runs 400 pages, features a foreword by Civ of Gorilla Biscuits, includes a full-color insert, and after is available HERE. This is the latest authoritative a...

The Xroadie Files

on Dec 13, 2017

Angus Black - Angus BlackAntti – Guitar/Vocals, Jyri – Bass, Sampo – DrumsAll The Sins is slow dark and heavy plodding along like a snail with stoner rock vocals.  I’ll Guide You Home has a mid-tempo Sabbath riff and drum bass rhythm wit...

Ripple Music is thrilled to announce the worldwide release of Cry Witch, the debut album from Austin, TX-based four piece and old school doom metal band, Witchcryer.As indebted to the heavy rock muscle of Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep, and B...

This gem that is 'Heavy Fire' has been out for a while now and like very fine wine, it has aged amazingly well. And that’s the reason why I took my time to write this review. Black Star Riders have been close to my heart from the moment I heard the...

Two years after their last outing and after a couple of great tours the Roma rockers Black Rainbows are back with a new drummer and an incredible record coming out in spring via Heavy Psych Sounds!!!BIOGRAPHYSince the release of their debut album, Tw...

New Jersey sludge crushers CLAMFIGHT present their third album, III, which will see January release through Argonauta Records. Alongside the album's cover art, track listing, and other details, the band and label have teamed up with Doomed And Stoned...

As someone who loves exploring new sounds in music there is something incredibly comforting in knowing that you can always go home again.  What does that mean?  I'm describing a situation in which you discover an artist you enjoy releases a...