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Album Review: The Weeks ‘Easy’ Album Reviews Indie News Rock 

Album Review: The Weeks ‘Easy’

Being in a band isn’t easy. Being on the road for months on end isn’t easy. Yet, it’s the way Jackson Mississippi long-haired rockers The Weeks make both a living and a life. With their latest release, Easy, via Lightning Rod Records, brothers Cyle Barnes (vocals)and Cain Barnes (drums), Sam Williams (guitar, vocals) and Damien Bone(bass), The Weeks make a new sound with the help of vintage instruments and old Memphis soul sounds of the iconic Ardent studios. Utilizing Big Star’s snare drum, Elvis Presley’s microphone, and Booker T’s organ,…

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ALBUM REVIEW : Motionless in White ‘Graveyard Shift’ Album Reviews News Post-hardcore Rock 

ALBUM REVIEW : Motionless in White ‘Graveyard Shift’

With summer around the corner, it has been the prime season for new music releases, including the newest album, entitled Graveyard Shift from Motionless In White, released on May 5, 2017 via Roadrunner Records. The highly anticipated fourth album finds its self nestled between some of MIW’s best. The sound of Graveyard Shift is reminiscent of the band’s beginnings with Creatures,  with the inclusion of the modern and industrial beats aiding vocals, making this record the truest representation of the band to date. With MIW’s iconic dark imagery matched with Chris Motionless‘s vocals… this…

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ALBUM REVIEW : 18th & Addison – ‘Makeshift Monster’ Album Reviews 

ALBUM REVIEW : 18th & Addison – ‘Makeshift Monster’

With humble beginnings, forming in 2013/2014, the New Jersey acoustic duo Tom Kunzman and Kait DiBenedetto of alternative rock band 18th & Addison set their sights to bring something new and unique to the ever growing music industry. From formerly playing alongside pop-punk musician, Chad Gilbert of New Found Glory and What’s Eating Gilbert, DiBenedetto met Kunzman and from a few acoustic sets, the band 18th & Addison was formed, bringing both of their musical backgrounds into something new and collaborative. Having a debut EP under their belts, 2015’s Little Parasites, the duo set…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Lewis Fieldhouse “Theodor Washington and the Central Valley” Album Reviews Reviews Singer/Songwriter 

ALBUM REVIEW: Lewis Fieldhouse “Theodor Washington and the Central Valley”

The past few years have been full of self-discovery for singer-songwriter Lewis Fieldhouse. Few people can pack up their bags and go from the U.K. for California for six weeks. San Francisco was calling and that’s where Fieldhouse went.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Not A Planet ‘Smoke Bombs & Cigarettes: The History Of Now’ Indie News 

ALBUM REVIEW: Not A Planet ‘Smoke Bombs & Cigarettes: The History Of Now’

Hailing from Kansas City, Missouri, Not A Planet are gearing up to release their upcoming EP, Smoke Bombs & Cigarettes: The History of Now on August 9. The four-track album is packed to the brim with the band’s special balance of East Coast indie rock and foot-stomping 60’s pop. If there’s one thing we can say with certainty, it is that Not A Planet are paving the way for indie music, and it’s only a matter of time before others take note of their musical talent.

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ALBUM REVIEW: As Thick As Thieves ‘Whiskey Bent’ Album Reviews Reviews 

ALBUM REVIEW: As Thick As Thieves ‘Whiskey Bent’

Started out in 2012, As Thick As Thieves began making a name for themselves by touring with bands like Escape the Fate, The Artifact, and Loren Battle. The term ‘hard rock’ doesn’t even begin to describe what the five musicians have created. Their sound is reminiscent of bands like Upon a Burning Body but with their own twist. Their new EP is the big step in making themselves a prominent name in the genre.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Blackout Balter “Twist and Bend” Album Reviews Features Indie News Reviews 

ALBUM REVIEW: Blackout Balter “Twist and Bend”

What do you think happens when you give your favorite band a demo of your band’s CD? Well if you’re Massachusetts’ Blackout Balter, The Killers will end up loving the demo enough to fly you to their studio to produce your next EP. And that’s exactly what happened. The indie-rock band’s resulting EP, Twist and Bend, is full of brilliantly crafted music that twists and bends in all the right places.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Heyrocco ‘Waiting On Cool’ Album Reviews Alternative Indie Reviews Rock 

ALBUM REVIEW: Heyrocco ‘Waiting On Cool’

 In the heart of Charleston, South Carolina lies the home of alternative rock band, Heyrocco. Let me tell you—they’ve got one of the most versatile sounds that could land them anywhere on the map, South Carolina just happens to be lucky enough to have them. They recently released their highly anticipated EP, Waiting On Cool, and it seems that the title is just what we’ve all been doing.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Valaska ‘Inchoate’ Indie News 

ALBUM REVIEW: Valaska ‘Inchoate’

Chicago indie rock group, Valaska, released their third full-length album, Inchoate on June 14, and the results are incredible. With a sound reminiscent of Death Cab For Cutie‘s early work, the group’s newest album has a raw quality to it, with pushing instrumentals, intimate story-lines, and several poetic intricacies. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, Inchoate is an adjective which describes something that is “not completely formed or developed yet.” If this release is not completely developed, we can’t imagine how strong the band’s next release will be. In the album, Valaska’s Americana folk sound provides a…

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