Reviews


Secrets of the Deep! by The Hydrothermal Vents

The Hydrothermal Vents have a clean cut style that represents forward thinking, and are original yet mirroring a replicated version that is simply being crafted better.

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Revelator by The Boy From The Crowd

If you hit something hard enough, will it sound better or are you being fueled by the pure vibrations of what the song is embedding?

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August 29, 2014

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Larusso - Life in Static

Life in Static – Larusso

Larusso are on the rise towards becoming something even better, with touring as much as possible, festivals and events that have only led them to keep playing on stage.

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Features

August 29, 2014

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“Ghost Note Manifest” by aCr

A play on an introduction that weaves together various points about a story that you swear… may be part of a parallel existence.

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Lovesick Saints - Dia De Los Muertos

Lovesick Saints’ Dia De Los Muertos EP

Arizona has been indulged with a band that should be heard throughout the states.

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October 22, 2012

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Ultraísta - Ultraísta

Ultraísta – Ultraísta (October 1, 2012)

Though songs are quite different from one another, they naturally blend in the record as a whole, making it amazingly pleasant to listen to.

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October 14, 2012

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The xx - Coexist

The xx – Coexist (September 5, 2012)

Their music is best perceived when you see them play: Jamie at his DJ table, Romy and Oliver with guitars – first one being all humble and serious, while the other slowly dances to his own bass line.

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September 25, 2012

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The Killers - Battle Born

The Killers – Battle Born (September 18, 2012)

Brandon Flowers’s clean voice and the musical harmony created by band’s other members’ – these are things that characterize The Killers the best for me, and Battle Born showcases them perfectly.

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The Finest Hour - These Are The Good Old Days

Inward and Forward “These Are the Good Old Days” – The Finest Hour

The Finest Hour has a solid all-the-way-through album, a case when you could not even imagine skipping to the next song.

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Beware Of Darkness - Howl

Beware of Darkness – Howl EP

LA-based Beware of Darkness provoke a raw heavy metal stage presence, while spinning the room with a repeated guitar riff that you won’t forget anytime soon.

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August 22, 2012

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Mode Moderne - Strange Bruises

Mode Moderne, A Strange Bliss of Bruises

Created with sensual drum machines and synthesizers that are used as the heartbeat prescription of the vocals that lash out through the lyrics.

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Reviews

August 20, 2012

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Chris Helme - The Rookery

Chris Helme – The Rookery (the mind tingling album)

Some can only dream of making such a prophetic album, while he succeeded with an acoustic guitar and sometimes just happened to be hooked up to a fuzz pedal.

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