Category Archives: Album Review

BeatPick.com Album of the Week: Ten Mile Tide

Are you ready for a journey back into rural America? That’s precisely where our new album of the week is going to carry you: back to a time of irresistible, romantic tunes, back to a vaguely hippie joy and to … Continue reading

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BeatPick Album of the Week: asbestoscape

Ah, the world of Heavy metal. So many would agree to put it down as an immature, poorly refined genre, based on adolescent testosterone or virtuoso antiques. Yet this would be a big mistake. Few genres have been as open … Continue reading

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BeatPick album of the week: “Arrivals and Departures” by Minimalist Orchestra

The Mind behind Minimalist Orchestra is Scooter Vineburgh. Having started his musical experience as a percussionist, Scooter eventually found his songwriting dimension in the use of Roland‘s original Handsonic, the HPD-15. The songs written this way gave birth to the … Continue reading

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Meet My Monster

Meagin Donovan’s album Meet My Monster is cleverly titled, suiting her shady folk-rock style to a T. Her “Kurt Cobain like” vocals bring the darker side to her acoustic guitar – a smoky version of Sheryl Crow that’s gripping. Tracks … Continue reading

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Beatpick album of the moment: Jamison Young!

“Shifting Sands of a Blue Car” is Australian songwriter Jamison Young‘s latest collection of songs. A marvellous ride into the narrative and creativity of a probably underestimated master of composition. Teaming up with producers Pete Wells, Antonio Dixon & Tim … Continue reading

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Jordan Woollen

Jordan Woollen’s self titled album is one of the newest additions here at beatpick.com and what an amazing one at that! This album reflects every genre of music with a mix of vocals, instrumental, sound samples, electronic and big beats … Continue reading

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You Are A Hologram

I know you’ve been waiting to hear about the latest of the latest in music and so it brings me great pleasure to introduce you to the album of the week, self titled EP, You Are a Hologram. Eddi Mangrum … Continue reading

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