March 2014 National Music Reviews

Review: Bleeding Rainbow – Interrupt

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Bleeding Rainbow
Interrupt
Kanine Records
Street: 02.25
Bleeding Rainbow = The Cranberries + Grape Soda + Sonic Youth
If only I had a chance to listen to this album my sophomore year of high school. Pop punk mashes surprisingly well with a soaring, ’90s infusion of grunge. Sarah Everton’s vocals mesh flawlessly with both the grinding power chords reminiscent of Nirvana and the inspirationally lilting mini-riffs, which reminded me of snippets from a Pixies song (see “Out of Line”). While the album as a whole comes off slightly more angsty than my style, I still enjoyed my experience with it. –LeAundra Jeffs
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