CGCM Reviews: Find here all of the album and concert reviews written by the CGCM Podcast hosts since the launch of their brand new website. The CGCM Podcast co-hosts are music passionate individuals who began their blogging careers at Decibel Geek. Branching out after many years to start their own podcast show, they now write their blogs and reviews for their CGCM website. All of their written content is available through both websites. Both Wallygator and The Meister are still involved with Decibel Geek as writers. And Meister is even still the editing director there. Therefore we encourage our readers to check out all the articles, past and present! As always, if you like it, BUY it! AMAZON.ca / AMAZON.com
The CGCM Podcast is sponsored by Rhythm & Brews Brewing Company in Cambridge, Ontario, The Farm Rehearsal Studios/Farm Rock Build-A-Band Program in Markham, Ontario and Cloven Hoof Rum in Brighton and Hove, UK.
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CGCM REVIEWS (Album/Concert)
Never have I been more excited to do a review on an album! The iconic Canadian band Helix is back ...Read More
Unlike CGCM Podcast's The Meister this Psycho cannot travel worldwide to take in concerts. The lack of funds, family responsibilities ...Read More
Restless Spirits is the new and amazing project that is lead by Tony Hernando from Lords Of Black. In this ...Read More
I'm expanding my horizons. Rock and roll isn't dead (seems to be the tagline of today), but it's harder to ...Read More
Due out on May 24th, 2019 from Italy's Sneakout Records & Burning Minds Music Group is a band about to ...Read More
Once again a band from Sweden and Frontiers Records brings forth an album that simply oozes rock and roll, attitude, ...Read More
There aren't too many bands that can last 40 years these days, let alone still be releasing fresh and new ...Read More
Nitrate is a band that in 2018 released its debut album Real World, through MelodicRock Records. It actually gathered some ...Read More
I discover new and "new to me" music from a variety of places. Festival attendance is one way through either ...Read More
Some years back, let's say in January/February of 2015, a plain kraft paper envelope arrived in my mailbox. Simply addressed ...Read More