Local Review: Discourse – Self-Titled

Local Review: Discourse – Self-Titled
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Discourse Self-Titled Discourse = Every Time I Die + My Morning Jacket + whatever A band named Discourse and scenes of urban pandemonium on a jacket cover generally sway me

Local Review: Deliccato – Everyone Loves the Sun

Local Review: Deliccato – Everyone Loves the Sun
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Deliccato Everyone Loves the Sun Kitefishing Family Deliccato = (My Bloody Valentine + Broken Social Scene) x synthpop Creating a brand new sound in music is both difficult for artists

Local Review: De La Vega – Innovation

Local Review: De La Vega – Innovation
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De la Vega Innovation Funk Factory Music De la Vega = MTV cover band   A letter accompanying this album alerts those unaware in SLC that straight outta Idaho, De

Local Review: Drew Danburry – An Introduction to Sex Rock

Local Review: Drew Danburry – An Introduction to Sex Rock
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Drew Danburry An Introduction to Sex Rock Mother Clucker Drew Danburry = Catcher in the Rye + Parker Sisters   One could swear that Drew Danburry’s been having tea with

Local Review: Deadvolt – Self-titled

Local Review: Deadvolt – Self-titled
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Deadvolt Self-titled As Dark As Light Deadvolt = Maynard + (early) Korn   Deadvolt takes early, aggressive Flea bass, Tool moodiness, A Perfect Circle melodicism and just a tiny smudge

Local Review: All Systems Fail – Self-titled 7″ vinyl EP

Local Review: All Systems Fail – Self-titled 7″ vinyl EP
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All Systems Fail Self-titled 7″ vinyl EP Loderback Records All Systems Fail = Discharge + Nausea + Chaos UK Remember the good old days of punk, before the intervention of

Review: Stained – Imperanon

Review: Stained – Imperanon
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Stained Imperanon Nuclear Blast Stained is the debut from Finland’s Imperanon. With an average age of 20, and considering this album is their debut, you’d expect to hear metal with

Review: Beyond The Embrace – Insect Song

Review: Beyond The Embrace – Insect Song
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Beyond The Embrace Insect Song Metal Blade It’s so strange to hear rock music anymore. Metal, for the most part, has moved far into the extreme, while rock music has

Review: Into Eternity – Buried In Oblivion

Review: Into Eternity – Buried In Oblivion
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Into Eternity Buried In Oblivion Century Media Canada’s Into Eternity redefine and set new boundaries for progressive metal with their release, Buried In Oblivion. Layered vocals with a European flair

Review: Nicki Jane – Of Pigeons and Other Curiosities

Review: Nicki Jane – Of Pigeons and Other Curiosities
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  NICKI JANE OF PIGEONS AND OTHER CURIOSITIES Shaman Yes, it is comforting to know that there is still enough space in the world for a little dark cabaret. On