Tag: review

Maybe It’s Strange – Album Review by Echoes and Dust

It’s difficult as an independent (i.e. unsigned, unfunded, underpromoted) musician to get people to listen to your music, let alone write about it, so it’s always a really nice feeling when someone takes the time to do just that. The folks at Echoes and Dust were kind enough to lend…

Album Review for ‘A Model of Modern Influence’ by The Even Ground

The good people of The Even Ground were kind enough to lend an ear to A Model of Modern Influence and reviewed it for their website. Here’s a snippet from it: Sometimes stillness and silence speak louder than a 10,000W air raid siren. Space, absence, vacuity, can even be essential…

The Snap Download – Red Flags review

Just spotted another album review for Red Flags by the nice people of The Snap Download. The review mostly focuses on my stay-at-home DIY ethic (which is true, it’s scary outside), here’s a snippet: Thus, Nonbeliever makes some high quality pop music that occasionally moves to spaces of meditation and…