Posts Tagged ‘rock’

Psychocide – Alcohol and Bad Decisions

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It’s spontaneous yet subdued. It’s thematic and filled with meaning. At the same time, it’s outwardly more humorous than literal. It’s artistically multi-faceted and in bulk is the end result of a lot of partying. It’s Psychocide’s music.

Vista – Henchmen

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Musical duos are few and far between these days, with the White Stripes being the torchbearers for years before calling it quits in 2011. Now the self described “Anthem Rock” duo Vista are here with a new single called “Henchmen” to show you can get a lot done with just two people.

F.O.D. – Harvest

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Listening to F.O.D.’s music is a bit of a double-edged sword when it comes to the attention span. Mine is rather short. I have a hard time sitting through an entire song if I don’t like the first 30 seconds. But, I feel like this quartet’s new album is playing tricks on my mind. Seeing […]

All Ears Avow – Edge Of This

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English rock band All Ears Avow have been making music together since 2013. They released their first album in December of 2013 and have basically been touring ever since. Now, with two EPs and plenty of gigs under their belt, they’re releasing their third album – Edge Of This. The band is made up of […]

Cold Summer – Fight to Survive

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It’s not always easy to dive into certain musical genres, especially if the type is loud, erratic, spacy or just plain odd. Some folks need a gateway artist for this sort of thing. For those looking to venture into the realm of Post Hardcore, Cold Summer is an ample act to start.

Greyhaven – Brother

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It’s all too typical for a person to immediately think of the dark and macabre when he or she hears about “heavy music.” This is an understandable reaction. From the earliest days the heavy genres have appealed to our fears just like any good horror movie. Even so, there are so many subgenres of metal […]

Robert Hunter – Afterglow

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I was only introduced to Robert Hunter’s unique country/alt-rock sound a couple of weeks ago, but I’ve already developed a connection to his music. The American singer-songwriter has released two EPs so far – Outta My Mind and Afterglow. As much as the first of the two was filled with tight sounds and romantic lyrics, […]

Robert Hunter – Outta My Mind

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Robert Hunter is a Nashville based singer-songwriter and poet. The singer is due to release a new album, Afterglow, on February 24th. If you don’t know a whole lot about Hunter, I’d suggest giving his current stuff a listen to prep yourself for the upcoming release. His EP Outta My Mind does a great job […]

Darko – Bonsai Mammoth

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Punk music has been a staple of the rock scene for nearly 50 years, with the hardcore subgenre forming and coming into its own in the last 25. Now Darko have their own take to add with their album “Bonsai Mammoth.”

Matinee – Satellite

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London based four-piece, Matinee, released their single Satellite back in October. Luigi Tiberio (vocals, synth and guitar), Alfredo Ioannone (vocals and bass), Giuseppe Cantoli (guitars) and Alessio Palizzi (drums) are the four dudes responsible for The Killers-sounding track. They’re also Italian, if you couldn’t guess.