Category: Reviews

Seven – Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space

Seven – Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space

For fans of: Palma Violets, Jaguar Ma, Sultan Bathery. We’re feeling particularly spacey on this dreadful Monday, so what better way to come down from the weekend than with the trippy, intergalactic sounds of Seven’s new EP, “Lost In The Deep Sounds Of Space?!” The French quartet’s album comes a little under a year after their first stellar EP, “Beware!,” [...]

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Lemonbait – Lemonbait EP

Lemonbait – Lemonbait EP

For fans of: Nirvana, Pixies, Breeders. Pop quiz time! What do you get when you mix citrus, Pixies, and early White Stripes? If you said Lemonbait, you’d be right! The teenage alt-rockers released their EP back in October, and we’re kicking ourselves for just finding it now! The album kicks off with “Shiver,” a Bleach-era Nirvana-sounding track with the vocals [...]

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Concert Review: Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang

Concert Review: Les Claypool’s Duo de Twang

Woodstock, a town already saturated with musical history was about to host a man who can best be described as progressive rock’s luxuriant magician, Les Claypool. Claypool hasn’t lost any momentum since the early 90’s with the beginnings of Primus. He proves himself to be a real musician’s musician that truly seems to not be afraid of anything. On the [...]

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Bruce Springsteen- High Hopes

Bruce Springsteen- High Hopes

    For fans of: Eddie Vedder, Gaslight Anthem, Parker Millsap Bruce Springsteen’s latest studio album, High Hopes is both a battle cry for the future while recalling themes from the past. The album’s new material is anchored by older tracks, American Skin (41 Shots) and The Ghost of Tom Joad are reworked and refreshed, thanks to some help from Rage Against [...]

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Pond – Hobo Rocket

Pond – Hobo Rocket

If you’re looking for some groovy, jam-worthy, psychedelic rock, look no further! Pond is back with their fifth studio album, “Hobo Rocket” and it’s out of this world! The seven-track record fades in with the multi-genre jam, “Whatever Happened to the Million Head Collide?” The tune builds anticipation before exploding into a trippy, riff-rattled chorus at around 1:20. “Whatever Happened [...]

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Marathon – Marathon

Marathon – Marathon

Indie dream-pop lovers, allow us to introduce you to your new favorite band: meet Marathon, a five-piece from Lebanon, PA that’s catching ears with their genre-bending tunes. The best part about Marathon? They just released their debut self-titled LP here for exactly $0! And really, who can say no to that?! “Marathon” kicks off with the hurried yet relaxed “Off [...]

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Dead Waves – Take Me Away EP

Dead Waves – Take Me Away EP

Are you feeling particularly aggressive today? Are you fed up with people and the world in general? Great news! So are Dead Waves, the delightfully screamy NYC-based trio, and they’ve just released their new “Take Me Away” EP on Bandcamp! “Take Me Away” opens with “Planet of Tribes,” a rabble-rousing track that makes you feel like you’re getting stomped on [...]

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City Lights – The Way Things Should Be

City Lights – The Way Things Should Be

Fans of Blink-182, Sum 41, and Save The Day, get ready to have a new favorite album: “The Way Things Should Be,” by City Lights (via InVogue Records,) has just been released, and it’s fantastic! “The Way Things Should Be” is a clear tribute to 90′s punk: hard, fast, dirty…but still admittedly a whole lot of fun. City Lights grab [...]

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Dovetail – Mount Karma

Dovetail – Mount Karma

Every now and then, a band comes along that simply takes your breath away. This band doesn’t need gimmicks or shock to catch attention: they simply demand listeners by the sheer quality of their music. This band is Dovetail. Hailing from the great state of Texas, Dovetail began catching ears back in 2012 after winning the coveted John Lennon Songwriting [...]

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Motorhead – Aftershock

Motorhead – Aftershock

Grab a bottle of Jack and some cocaine, because Motorhead is back with a brand-spankin’-new album, “Aftershock!” The record is Motorhead’s 21st studio album (yes, really,) and they have not lost any of the rock ‘n’ roll spirit over the years.  Filled with growled-out lyrics, face-melting riffs, and thunderous drums, “Aftershock” is reminiscent of old Lemmy and the gang, and [...]

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Halestorm – ReAniMate 2.0: The CoVeRs eP

Halestorm – ReAniMate 2.0: The CoVeRs eP

  Halestorm is back with a brand new EP of all covers, and with the exception of the annoying title toggle text it’s a fantastic display of musicianship. Frontwoman Lzzy Hale shows off her incredible set of pipes on classics like Judas Priest’s “Dissident Aggressor,” AC/DC’s “Shoot To Thrill,” and Pat Benetar’s “Hell Is For Children,” while the band impresses [...]

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