Posts Tagged ‘progressive’

Destroy The Line – Ordinary

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When thinking about punk, many people (myself included) think of loud, fast, yet simple music. I imagine a group of guys banging on their instruments and guitarists perpetually playing chords with an open fifth. I think of something that displays a lot of passion, but at times, not the most precision. Destroy The Line is […]

Megosh – Checkerboards & Cigarettes

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Take some “Alice in Wonderland” references, guitars that sound like they’re reverberating in a cave and Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” jacket and you’ve got the video for Megosh’s new single “Checkerboards & Cigarettes.” 

Shun The Raven

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Shun The Raven is a strikingly enigmatic band for several reasons. For starters, there’s not a whole lot of information on the group’s website. This is a fairly new musical union. So, it’s partially natural to not have a ton of media at this point.  But, I also get the impression that these guys prefer […]

Clark’s Secret Identity – The Promise of a Wonderful Future

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While Clark’s Secret Identity has too few releases under its belt to be considered prolific, I will say that there was little wait (exactly 12 months) between the release of the debut EP and the release of the debut album. Hell, the band played its first live show this past April. The stylistically ambiguous Pennsylvania […]

Japam – How’s My EP?

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Have you ever come across a band so odd that it left you dumbfounded? I could think of a few: Primus, Faith No More, Tool, and Japam. Who’s Japam? Well, let me explain.