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ALBUM REVIEW: Conor Oberst ‘Upside Down Mountain’

I’ll just come right out and say it: I have never listened to Bright Eyes before. *Gasp!* I know, what kind of music fan am I, right?! Before this year, I had no idea what kind of music Bright Eyes played or who Conor Oberst was, but to redeem myself, I had heard of both. With the release of the Bright Eyes frontman’s new solo album, I took the opportunity to finally grace my ears with the magnificent voice of Conor Oberst. And as I expected, I was not disappointed…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Me First And The Gimmie Gimmies ‘Are We Not Men? We Are Diva!’

By definition, the Me First And The Gimmie Gimmies formula is an obvious success: grab the biggest names on Fat Wreck Chords and hand them their respective instruments, pick out some critically successful songs from pop-culture for that wonder-lineup to turn into punk songs, pick out a theme to base the track list off of then throw on some silly costumes. Add lots of alcohol, and BAM you’re winning the hearts of thousands of greasy and aging skate punk lovers everywhere.  Now, you’d think that this formula would get old after…

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Album Review: Barrence Whitfield & The Savages ‘Dig Thy Savage Soul’

Barrence Whitfield & the Savages’ upcoming album, Dig Thy Savage Soul is the rock and R&B group’s first American release in about 20 years.  Whitfield and the Savages’ have  been playing together since 1983, and are internationally  known for their unique fusion of rockabilly, jazz and funk. Whitfield, who contributes lead vocals to the Savages has been compared to the likes of artist Little Richard, and after hearing the opening track “The Corner Man” this listener can say Whitfield definitely has the set of  pipes to back up those claims up….

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SHOW REVIEW: Ballyhoo! Pensacola, FL

When I saw that Authority Zero would be coming to Pensacola on a co-headlining tour with a band I had never heard of before called Ballyhoo!, I did what any avid concert goer would do and looked them up. As I soon found out, their lead singer, Howi had actually been interviewed by Infectious Magazine not long ago. Upon watching the interview in full, and listening to some of their music on Spotify, I decided that these guys seemed like they were worth supporting. So one thing led to another…

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