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Swim Deep Swims Back With “Emerald Classics”

October 4, 2019 // 0 Comments

The last time we heard from Swim Deep they were opening for the 1975. Then they dropped off the face of the earth for four long years. It’s funny how things are going great and then one thing derails everything. For Swim Deep, it was the loss of their RCA recording contract that threw them [Read More...]

British Psychedelic Trio Temples Release Hot Motion!

September 27, 2019 // 0 Comments

I was lucky that a good friend linked me up to Temples when they released their first album – Sun Structures. Temples was well-positioned to ride the psychedelic wave that was coming back in the UK at that time. They continued the vibe on Volcano, their sophpmore album. And here we are with [Read More...]

Album Review : The Faim State Of Mind

September 12, 2019 // 0 Comments

We were excited to be able to get an early listen to The Faim’s first full length album State Of Mind. Having been fans of the band since their EP, and seeing them live last year when they opened for Andy Black, we know how capable and entertaining the band actually is. It is one of the fun [Read More...]

Album Review: Boys Of Fall Better Moments: Gold Edition

September 11, 2019 // 0 Comments

Detroit pop punkers Boys Of Fall have released the follow up and extended version of their  2018 album  Better Moments. The new album, Better Moments- Gold Edition includes all the songs we have grown to love on the original along with two acoustic versions of songs and two brand new [Read More...]

Album Review:​ ” Perfectly Temporary ” by Live Well

September 5, 2019 // 0 Comments

“Everyone says I should write what I know”.  That line in the opening track of New York-based, Live Well’s album “Perfectly Temporary” rang true for me as I sat down to give them a listen. Call me a creature of habit. My music choices don’t vary much from what I’m currently into, [Read More...]

Album Review: The S. L. P.

August 30, 2019 // 0 Comments

Meanwhile in the middle of summer….Kasabian fans around the world awoke to something that was a bit……odd.  A headshot of Sergio  Pizzorno.  In a black jacket and white shirt.  With multi-colored glitter smeared across his face.  Below the picture was a cryptic message [Read More...]

Album Review: “Solutions” K. Flay

August 14, 2019 // 0 Comments

“Good News”—K. Flay’s new album, Solutions, dropped on July 12th and honey, we are “Not in California” anymore. So, grab yourself some “Ice Cream”, sit back and relax but don’t be “Nervous”—K. Flay never disappoints and this new album is perfect proof of that. After getting [Read More...]

Album Review: Chase Atlantic ” Phases “

June 27, 2019 // 0 Comments

NW Australia’s Chase Atlantic are releasing their first full length album titled Phases tomorrow ( June 28 ), and we have been lucky enough to have had an early listen. Chase Atlantic was formed in 2014 by brothers Mitchel and Clinton Cave, along with best friend Christian Anthony. It is hard to [Read More...]

Album Review: “Native Tongue” Switchfoot

April 19, 2019 // 0 Comments

Switchfoot is the band that brought us the 2003 hits such as “Meant To Live” and “Dare You To Move”. After a hiatus, the San Diego natives have released Native Tongue earlier this year via Fantasy Records. This album is the band’s 11th studio album so with its release [Read More...]
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