Monthly archives: December, 2015

Honey Ryder – Born In A Bottle

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Honey Ryder’s third album Born in a Bottle is in a very similar vein to their previous album Marley’s Chains which had previously impressed me. I would describe both as being a mix of folk/pop with contemporary country influences (their first album, Rising Up, recorded when they were a duo, had a rockier edge). Both…


Pentatonix – That’s Christmas To Me

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Pentatonix’s fourth studio album and second holiday-themed release, That’s Christmas to Me, showcases more of the innovative a cappella group’s electronic dance music-influenced vocal sound. The album comes two years after the Yuletide EP PTXmas. Here, the former NBC Sing-Off season three champions perform a bevy of Christmas classics including “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing,”…


Cam – Untamed

There’s no mistaking Cam, the stage name for singer/songwriter Camaron Ochs, as anything other than a creature of the music business. Prior to her debut, Untamed, she worked as a professional songwriter, landing credits on up-and-comer Maggie Rose’s debut album and Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz, which was enough to help her land a deal. Recognizing a…