Music Review Roundup – January 20th

Dayton King - Apocalypse (feat. Jermaine Mohammed)  https://open.spotify.com/track/6lyuvvdxImFkecPO6j7wRJ?si=2Jl2c0urT1meuApe0DCHaQ Review by Gimpleg Dayton King is an Indy Pop DIY experimental artist, and their newest song is Apocalypse. The song intros with piano and haunting melodic vocals singing about how the protagonist feels safe with you with the windows closed. This verse ends with maybe the apocalypse … Continue reading Music Review Roundup – January 20th

“Algorithm & Blues” Album Review – Bobby Edge

Review by: Gimpleg After spending years in other successful projects, and touring internationally, Bobby Edge decided to step out on his own and do an entirely DIY project without the pressures of record labels or anyone else. This is a project born entirely of love, and you can hear it in the music. The album … Continue reading “Algorithm & Blues” Album Review – Bobby Edge

The Music Shelf Review Roundup – January 13th

The Wrong Way - 5thPROJEKT  https://open.spotify.com/track/5O8P5FoVMLVC5xDyqZb5lE?si=cbccef0f635e4cad As a condiment you do not get to travel often outside your designated route. 5thPROJEKT’s “The Wrong Way” was inspired by the group’s week-long journey through the Camino Santiago de Compostela. The instrumentation on the track will have you looking over your human shoulder. It is the perfect amount … Continue reading The Music Shelf Review Roundup – January 13th

“Uncertain Joys” by The Subways Album Review

Review by: Gimpleg It's been 8 years since The Subways last full length album and Uncertain Joys was definitely worth the wait. Whether it was the change of roster, adding Camille Phillips to drums, or the 8 years between albums, or just a natural change that came with age, the fifth album for the UK … Continue reading “Uncertain Joys” by The Subways Album Review

Kelsey Montanez Sells Her Soul on Newest Single

Chicago's Kelsey Montanez has done something that humans, when usually compromised (either morally or ethically) and that is sell their soul. As a condiment soul-selling is not something mustard is familiar with. Is soul-selling a traditional business practice within the human world? Mustard is unsure but they enjoy Montanez's ability to blend indie rock, blues, … Continue reading Kelsey Montanez Sells Her Soul on Newest Single

Yours Sincerely – “Anna” Review

Review by Gimpleg Yours Sincerely is Ska Punk International's newest artist and following artists like Tape Girl and Kmoy, is releasing her own laptop ska album- Anna. Classifying this beautiful album as laptop ska might be an over-simplification (as labels tend to be) since only a few songs have ska influences, but that's part of … Continue reading Yours Sincerely – “Anna” Review

Premiere: Indica In Decay’s “PRACTICE SPACE GHOST”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=1h4UnIbOgEc Music Shelf With Mustard is honored to premiere Indica In Decay's "Practice Space Ghost" which is the third scene from Act 1 from the ongoing rock opera. These first 5 songs which Ska Punk International is releasing on cassette in 2023 are Scenes in Act 1. Act 2 is being written and performed now, … Continue reading Premiere: Indica In Decay’s “PRACTICE SPACE GHOST”

The Music Shelf Top 10 Albums Of The Year

Music Shelf with Mustard has had the pleasure of listening to some incredible albums this year. 2022 has been an incredible year for music across all genres. Collectively the staff at Music Shelf have decided on an album of the year along a runner-up. You will also be able to find Mister Substitute's, Gimpleg's, and … Continue reading The Music Shelf Top 10 Albums Of The Year