The Late Innings earns a rave review from Babysue; New album out Sept. 6th

ALBUM REVIEW

Praise for the upcoming album by The Late Innings and main-man Vincent Sinex from the venerable Babysue zine. "Wild Places spins like a best of collection. Sinex is influenced by 1980s bands like XTC, Magazine, and Echo and the Bunnymen, but his own music is much more accessible. This talented fellow uses ideas and sounds from his favorite bands as a diving board to create his own upbeat feelgood musical universe. The more we spin this one the more absorbing it becomes."

Source: https://babysue.com/2019-Aug-LMNOP-Reviews...

Ghettoblaster raves about J Hacha De Zola's latest

ALBUM REVIEW

Ghettoblaster Magazine raves: “Hanging off the fringes of no particular genre it seems, is J Hacha De Zola. The NY/NJ resident just released his fourth album Icaro Nouveau (Caballo Negro) which falls so far out of the box, for good or bad, there’s no one around left to hit him with any sort of healthy competition.” Read the entire review here.

Source: http://ghettoblastermagazine.com/3-29-19-n...

Alex Lilly's "2% Milk" reviewed by The New York Times

ALBUM REVIEW

"Through heartache, rejection, workplace harassment and pervasive disillusionment, Alex Lilly’s songs keep their cool on her debut album, 2% Milk." Jon Pareles with a glowing review in The New York Times. Record release show tomorrow at Gold-Diggers in L.A. 2% Milk is out this Friday via Release Me Records.

Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/09/arts/mu...