About Listen Here Reviews


Welcome to Listen Here Reviews! My name is Lauren Gribble and I am the owner of Listen Here Reviews.  The site started in January of 2013 as a school project to showcase my work as an aspiring music journalist. Since then, the website has become much more than just a portfolio. Now Listen Here Reviews features news, album reviews, live show reviews, and much more. The site covers all genres and artists at all levels of music, from the indie band in the garage, to some of music’s most well known bands. Music is my biggest passion and I hope that the site reflects this.

Aside from Listen Here Reviews I write (or have written) for several publications in the United States and beyond including  DEVISE Magazine, Coyote Music, and Independent Music Promotions. My work has also appeared on Austin.com from 2014 until August of 2017.

In addition to writing for the above publications, I also write artist biographies and one sheet biographies. If you are interested in either of these services, please send me an e-mail for rates.

If you would like feedback on your music, but not a formal review, you can also reach me on Fluence.


If you have a question or a comment about the site you can reach me at the Listen Here Reviews Facebook page, Twitter, or my Linkedin page. You can also e-mail me at listenherereviews@gmail.com.



2 comments to “About Listen Here Reviews”
  1. Good afternoon Lauren, my name is Justin and I represent Whose Hearts Were His. WHWH is the solo project of Gabe Fry formerly of From The Shallows (Tribunal Records), and Solace and Stable. The first single from the up coming EP was released a couple of weeks ago, and we would love to have Listen Here feature it, and or review it. Please see the link below (which is downloadable). Any amount of support would be appreciated beyond measure.


    All the best



  2. Thanks for being here, I sense a great deal of heartfelt passion in what you do and I truly appreciate it. With that said, my name is Art,50% of the partnership for the song, “Don’t Say Your Piece Softly,” by, “Winter Harvest. Inspired by the, “Million Woman March” it speaks of, striving, strength and redemption during our tulmultueous times. Obviously, I’d appreciate any input that you may be kind enough to provide. Thanks: Art

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