By Alyson Camus | December 22, 2018

As expected, not much going on this week!

Seahaven "Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only" Album Reviewed

By admin | March 23, 2014

They’ve moved on from writing about their daddy issues and having a harder sound to settling into something that I think feels more comfortable for them and they’re not forcing anything.

Seahaven "Love to Burn" Reviewed

By admin | March 17, 2014

There’s so many different components to this song, making it a song that keeps you on the edge of your seat. The guitars are powerful and when the tune picks up instrumentally, there’s some strings in there that gives this a feel that no other Seahaven song has.

Seahaven "Flesh" Reviewed

By admin | February 18, 2014

Seahaven released a new song called “Flesh”, and I had serious mixed feelings on it until about the fifth listen.  The four-piece group from Cali has always packed a serious punch in their tunes, were unpredictable, but never as sporadic or strange as this.  It’s off of their upcoming album, “Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism…

Seahaven's "Silhouette (Latin Skin)" Reviewed

By admin | December 21, 2013

“This is much more calm than I imagined, and it’s fantastic. Now, we’ve heard the band pour their heart out in slow tunes like “Honeybee”, but never before like this. Even the guitars sound sad. The violin mixed in creates a swirling sound of encompassing warmth, like a hug. “

Seahaven's "PV" Reviewed

By admin | November 23, 2013

As for the chorus, the first time I heard it, I realised that this band was more than they appear and they’re meant to be taken seriously. “All they had to do was speak my name, to calm the lion, make him tame. Were you as wild as they say?”