Review: Modern Suits – Every Light

Review: Modern Suits – Every Light
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Modern Suits = Chris Daughtry + Lifehouse + Sister Hazel … read more

Review: I, a Man – Gravity Wins Again

Review: I, a Man – Gravity Wins Again
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Gravity Wins Again is the first full-length album from I, a Man (named after the 1967 Andy Warhol film). The album is wonderfully self-produced, allowing the band to sound exactly as they like. … read more

Local Review: Former Tides – What We Are EP

Local Review: Former Tides – What We Are EP
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The post-hardcore scene has been dwindling as of late, but these guys brought some serious crashing guitar riffs to the studio just in case you forgot. The title track gets the EP started and really displays the overall sound Former Tides are going for. … read more

Local Review: Active Strand – Hot Lava EP

Local Review: Active Strand – Hot Lava EP
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Active Strand =
Arctic Monkeys + Audioslave + Ben Harper … read more

Local Review: Black Jupiter – Salvation in a Self-Destructive World EP

Local Review: Black Jupiter – Salvation in a Self-Destructive World...
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Black Jupiter Salvation in a Self-Destructive World EP Self-Released Street: 01.16 Black Jupiter = A Perfect Circle + Radiohead + Pink Floyd It was so wonderful to listen to such a calm and gripping strut through the melodic wanderings of Black Jupiter’s EP, Salvation in a Self-Destructive World. The heavily instrumental album takes me back to nights

Local Review: Atris – Dawn

Local Review: Atris – Dawn
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Atris = Black Sabbath + Pink Floyd + Queens of the Stone Age
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Local Review: Citizen Soldier – Caroline
Local Review: Burn Atlas – Self-Titled

Local Review: Burn Atlas – Self-Titled
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Burn Atlas = Soul Coughing + Mazzy Star + Gorillaz – Del the Funky Homosapien … read more

Local Review: Kyler Slater – The Winter EP

Local Review: Kyler Slater – The Winter EP
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Kyler Slater The Winter EP Self-Released Street: 03.02 Kyler Slater = The Fray + First Aid Kit – Justin Townes Earle The Winter is an appropriate title for this album. This is not a cheer- ful, upbeat kind of album—this is a rainy-day, stare-out-your-window-and- wonder-where-it-all-went-wrong kind of album. The Winter plays beautifully and brushes over your

Local Review: Quiet Oaks – Put Your Dreams Where They Belong