Posts Tagged ‘alt’

Wild Domestic – Singular

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An eight-track EP is a helluva way to kick down the door for your first major release in your career, and that’s exactly what alt-rocker Wild Domestic has done with his EP “Singular.”

Elasea – Breathe // Lesson Learnt

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Alt-rock band Elasea from the UK have come together to create tunes that are saturated with impressive riffs and satisfying vocals. The members of Elasea are basically a few guys and and a gal with rock and roll souls. This is clear in their music and their recent video for Breathe // Lesson Learnt – […]

Winter 1982 – Worry

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The first thing I said when I listened to Worry by Winter 1982 was, “YES!” This was my initial reaction for a number of reasons, but mostly  because I was listening to alternative folk – a genre that I love but that isn’t found easily as it’s easy for an alt-folk song to become just […]

Pacific – What Are You Waiting For?

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I absolutely adore music driven by piano and keyboard. Sure, I love guitars and drum solos, but there’s something about a pianist that can turn a great song into a work of brilliance. The piano’s magic has been used for years, creating reverence for classical artists such as Beethoven, Bach, and Mozart, and even today, […]

Matinée & Miaoux Miaoux – All the Good Fellas

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It is a universal truth that song and dance go together. There are few times you see either one apart from the other, and even if you do, it’s usually a tad awkward. Dancing without music causes people to stare, wondering if the person dancing is sane. On the opposing spectrum, people can sing without […]

The Locals – The Willful Suspension of Disbelief

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If you haven’t heard of The Locals yet, this is your chance. They’ve just released a new single, so here’s your introduction to “The Willful Suspension of Disbelief.” With a sound like the Silversun Pickups meeting the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, here’s why you should get to know them now.

The Welcome Matt – POP JUNK FLUFF and HYPE

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Using the 1980s as a source of inspiration is a tricky concept to master. You could get the person who refuses to let the ’80s die, relying only on that cliched syth-rock sound. They probably have big hair, too. However, you could get the person who has taken the best parts of the ’80s – […]

Radio Drive – “A Taste of Heaven”

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Kevin Gullickson is not new to the music biz. As a member of the now disbanded Radio Drive, Gullickson has taken Radio Drive as the name for his solo career – an indie/softer alt-rock sound. Radio Drive is not what it was, but it is headed in the right direction. Radio Drive’s newest song “A […]

Lotus Effect Release New Video for “Totality”

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A few months ago, we introduced you to the song “Totality” by Lotus Effect. It quickly grew on us and became a staple for just about every playlist.  Now, the guys have released a music video. You can watch the video for “Totality” here. You can also get the song on iTunes or hear it on […]

Carnival Seasons

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Carnival Seasons is one of those hip bands. For now, they’re in that garage stage where you take a look at them and it could literally be any type of music that they perform. However, it won’t be long before some label swoops them up to cover in stylists and marketing. They’ll know exactly what […]