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Monthly Archive: June 2014
Exploding with the feisty punk rock of ‘After All’, When Summer’s Gone’s Knockout Mechanism immediately establishes itself as big, bold, and full on rockin’.
In anticipation of their upcoming release, The 100th Monkey, Earth And The Next Society reveal four tracks to give a taste of what is coming up.
Gritty, emotive on-the-road country is the dish of the day with John Lynam’s EP WAR.
From its opening bars, Where Do We Go From Here? establishes itself as a diverse and inventive record from 36? (The question mark is on purpose, and possibly even intended to be pronounced.)
Upbeat, breezy, and unimaginably optimistic, The Hiding’s ‘Run City Run’ is a cheery blast of indie pop rock laced with electronics and soaring vocals.
So indie it almost hurts at times, Aztec are a well polished alt rock machine.
Dark, dusty, brooding and skulking, And They Are Us opens with the grubby, moody ‘Last Day Of Summer’. Laced with distorted guitars and spoken vocal samples, the track is thrust along its timeline with breakbeats...
Interesting and inventive music that comes from a religious perspective is not only hard to come by, but also often hard to listen to. Bands like Danielson have made their mark in the past...
‘Slagg II’ by 1700 Monkey Ninjas (the electronic moniker of Ed Purchla) is a psychotic, abrasive barrage of electronica that at times sounds like Rustie being put through a broken blender and played backwards...