Album Reviews

Osukaru – Triumphant Review

Based on how solid the last album was, I was expecting Osukara to turn up the volume, sharpen up the songwriting and solidify the lineup and studio situation so that he’d knock his next LP out of the park and into the big leagues where his talent belongs. Instead we get the auditory equivalent to laziness: instead of putting together an all-star record, we get a gutterball that serves as ideal ammunition for anyone looking to make a case in court of how modern AOR has been growing stagnant. Nobody said making great music was easy, but hopefully the next record will be the winner we know this guy is capable of crafting.

Album Reviews

Osukaru – Salvation Review

I’m still not completely sold on the band’s preferred style to play Melodic Rock strictly, I think they have the capability to play more Hard Rock and uptempo songs and when listening to lead singer Tiann, made me lone for this style even more.