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ALBUM REVIEW: Matthew Vincent (The American Scene) & Alexander Correia ( The Tower & The Fool) Split

I admit to openly liking split EPs, when I know a lot of people don’t. One listen to the Matthew Vincent and Alexander Correia split, and I was hooked, and I know any anti-split listeners will fall madly in love as well. The split begins perfectly with Matthew Vincent’s “Wicked Thirst,” a beautiful acoustic track that will immediately captivate listeners. Each line is filled with stunning emotional depth. It’s a well-written piece, painted with lyrics resembling poetry, and music that is nothing short of fantastic. Please follow and like us:

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Album Review: The Wonder Years ‘Sleeping On Trash’

The Wonder Years are hard to miss, be it in a performance or even on a mix-tape. They’re unmistakable and distinct. Their new release, Sleeping on Trash, is a unique collection of songs the band recorded from 2005-2010. Each track is fun and irresistibly catchy. The first six songs come from Won’t Be Pathetic Forever and their Distances split with All or Nothing. All are the perfect anthems for a mosh-pit. However, when “Christmas at 22” begins, the collection seems to take a turn, but it’s more of an intermission…

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