• Mar : 5 : 2015 - Interview: OTTAWA – Listen to “Random Lights” EP
  • Mar : 2 : 2015 - Listen: Souvenirs – ‘You, Fear, and Me’ Album
  • Feb : 23 : 2015 - Anakin – ‘Celestial Frequency Shifter’ Album Review [Alt-Rock, Indie]
  • Feb : 18 : 2015 - Toy Mountains – ‘For A Few Seconds, Came Harmony’ Album Review [Post-Hardcore]
  • Feb : 16 : 2015 - Exclusive! The Resistance Interview

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Early in 2014, Cleveland natives Dale DeLong (vocals), Will Hooper (guitar), Tim Czajka (guitar), Chris Williams (bass) and Steve Crobar (drums) came together to form   Read More ...

Revivalists of a time cherished by many and a golden period for music, Souvenirs album “You, Fear, and Me” oozes with the fury and passion of   Read More ...

Celestial Frequency Shifter by Anakin Rating 8/10   Formed in 2010, Anakin is a rock band who draw influence from the likes of blue-era Weezer,   Read More ...

For a Few Seconds, Came Harmony by TOY MOUNTAINS Rating: 9/10   For Fans Of: letlive, Arcane Roots, Touche Amore   Endlessly trawling Facebook rarely   Read More ...

Rumor has it, that Rock N’ Roll is coming to an end, or as Gene Simmons has simply put it, “dead”. Some claim that Techno   Read More ...

interviews

Interview: OTTAWA – Listen to “Random Lights” EP

Early in 2014, Cleveland natives Dale DeLong (vocals), Will Hooper (guitar), Tim Czajka (guitar), Chris Williams (bass) and Steve Crobar (drums) came together to form   Read More ...

reviews

Anakin – ‘Celestial Frequency Shifter’ Album Review [Alt-Rock, Indie]

Celestial Frequency Shifter by Anakin Rating 8/10   Formed in 2010, Anakin is a rock band who draw influence from the likes of blue-era Weezer,   Read More ...

Early in 2014, Cleveland natives Dale DeLong (vocals), Will Hooper (guitar), Tim Czajka (guitar), Chris Williams (bass) and Steve Crobar (drums) came together to form Ottawa. Embracing their influences ranging from The Velvet Underground to The Killers, Ottawa is an edgy garage rock band with pop sensibilities.   For Fans Of: The Killers, Portugal the Man, The Bravery   On the fifth of December 2014, Ottawa released their debut EP,   Read More ...

Revivalists of a time cherished by many and a golden period for music, Souvenirs album “You, Fear, and Me” oozes with the fury and passion of the grunge/emo era.  Hailing from Carpinteria, CA   You, Fear and Me, was produced by Beau Burchell and Chris Sorenson (Saosin) and features 11 stunning indie-rock anthems like “Swan” that remind listeners of 90’s era emo acts like Sunny Day Real Estate and Mineral.     Read More ...

    Seattle’s breakout rock band My Goodness has premiered an extraordinary short film that features two of their songs, “Bottle” and “Say You’re Gone,” from their latest record, Shiver + Shake.   Listen/read our review of Shiver + Shake here   The film was directed by Miles Joris-Peyrafitte and shot on location in upstate New York and the score features “Bottle” and “Say You’re Gone,” which fit seamlessly together to tell the story of a man searching for the   Read More ...

Spacetime is the new side project from member of Professional Murder Music Roman Marisak (Vocals, Guitar, Bass), Tom Hatziemanouel (Guitar, Bass, Vocals). They just release a new video for their single “Burn The Sun” full album release TBA.       https://www.facebook.com/spacetime.band http://www.spacetimemusic.net/    

Celestial Frequency Shifter by Anakin Rating 8/10   Formed in 2010, Anakin is a rock band who draw influence from the likes of blue-era Weezer, HUM, Nirvana, Failure and the Rentals. The band consists of Brad Chancellor (drums), Jonathan Wessel (vocals/guitar), Landon Cobarrubias (bass) and Beki Andreasen (keyboards) who together with their production team, Eric Graves and Joel Wanasek, create beautiful soundscapes of fuzzy, melodic and spaced-out atmospheric walls of   Read More ...

For a Few Seconds, Came Harmony by TOY MOUNTAINS Rating: 9/10   For Fans Of: letlive, Arcane Roots, Touche Amore   Endlessly trawling Facebook rarely turns up anything than a couple Vines, an indirect status or two and a Buzzfeed article. In summary, nothing of particular interest. But once every so often, you’ll find something golden. Cue stumbling across Toy Mountains and me being dragged out a daydream to take   Read More ...

Rumor has it, that Rock N’ Roll is coming to an end, or as Gene Simmons has simply put it, “dead”. Some claim that Techno music is the new Rock N’ Roll of this young Generation. Well, a band from Maine, known as “The Resistance”, has come to storm that rumor down and prove that the Rock N’ Roll that you all know and love is still alive and will   Read More ...

The Rifts by A Swarm of the Sun The Swedish duo A Swarm of the Sun have recently released their second album, “The Rifts“, on January 30, 2015. It is a bleak and beautiful journey through the innermost landscapes of the heart and soul. A brooding album about losing hope, dreams falling apart, isolation and final moments of clarity and redemption. Unquestionably, this is the band’s darkest and most emotional   Read More ...

Northern Shore by Lo’ There Do I See My Brother Rating:8/10   Lo’ There Do I See My Brother is a post-rock band from Tacoma, Washington. They have recently released their new album Northern Shore and is now available online everywhere.   Formed in November of 2011 in Tacoma Washington by Adam Wolbert and Caleb Baker as an outlet for expressing a more melodic and progressive take on 90’s styled   Read More ...

KISKA by KISKA   For Fans Of: Black Map, Cave In, Failure   Formerly known as Desoto Jones, KISKA ditches the radio friendly facade and re-emerges harder, grittier, stronger. Hailing from Philadelphia, PA, these guys have the determination and grit to pull the plug on their former sound and name, and tread through the flames and brandish themselves anew. Let it be known that KISKA is a force to be   Read More ...

Sun & Flesh is a rock band from Brooklyn NY. They’re gearing up for the release of their sophomore album later this year and releasing one track at a time through their youtube page (see below). Produced by Melissa Cross (The Zen Of Screaming) and Josh Wilbur (Lamb of God, Chiodos) these guys are striking up fires in the scene and paving a path of aural destruction. Keep your ears   Read More ...

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