Welcome to Read Between the Grooves - home to reviews written by a fan, for the fans.
Started by Karissa Vassallo in 2012, Read Between The Grooves became one girl's way to get her foot into a very competitive industry. Starting with album and single reviews and album reviews, the website later evolved to live reviews, interviews and concert photography. All content, unless otherwise stated, featured on this website are property of Read Between The Grooves and Karissa Vassallo.
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On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc throughout the Mid-Atlantic coast. One of the worst hit areas was Sayreville, NJ – where hundreds of homes were destroyed by the surge of the Raritan River. One of the most devastating … Continue reading
It’s been over a year since My Darkest Days released their debut, self titled album. Their first single, “Porn Star Dancing”, tore up rock radio faster than a tornado. They’ve already collaborated with big names such as Zakk Wylde from … Continue reading
Estonian pop singer Kerli Koiv has released the new music video for her newest single “Zero Gravity”, off her upcoming album (name and release date pending. The singer had created a hit with MTV in 2009 with her single “Walking … Continue reading
Neon Trees have posted their new music video for their latest single, “Everybody Talks” in promotion for their upcoming album, “Picture Show”. The band had earned their success with hits such as “Animal”, “1983” and “Your Surrender” off their debut … Continue reading
It was a typical Thursday night on Canal Street. Young adults were shopping at the cheap boutiques and street vendors were secretly trying to sell their products. Little did some know that two stories above 424 Broadway, magic was being … Continue reading