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2017/04/17

Justin Johnson – Drivin’ It Down album review

Guitar albums are very tough to get right. When a solo guitarist releases an album sometimes the songs get lost in an attempt to show off a host of flashy licks. Justin Johnson is not the type of guy who has this problem though, and his new album Drivin’ It Down demonstrates that very [...]

 
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2016/08/28

Prophets of Rage – The Party’s Over EP Review

Rap-rock firebrands Prophets of Rage have dropped one of the most anticipated releases of the year – The Party’s Over EP. Fans have been waiting since the line-up was announced in May to hear what the supergroup will come up with. The band unites the musicians of Rage Against the [...]

 
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2016/08/12

The Amity Affliction: This Could Be Heartbreak Review – Band goes pop, still sad about life

The Amity Affliction’s This Could Be Heartbreak was released today, and the album continues the arc that the band started with 2012’s Chasing Ghosts. Amity has been moving closer to pop since that album, and This Could Be Heartbreak takes the band into even further into [...]

 
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2016/07/01

Blink-182 California review – the band is stronger without Tom DeLonge

Blink-182 are back with their first full-length in five years, California, and a lot has changed for the kings of pop-punk. Tom Delonge, of the whiny but instantly memorable vocal hooks and simple guitar parts, is out. Matt Skiba of melodic punk vets Alkaline Trio, is in. Mark Hoppus’s [...]

 
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2016/06/18

Red Hot Chili Peppers New Album ‘The Getaway’

The Getaway by the Red Hot Chili Peppers is an unexpected move from the funk-rock titans. It’s an unconventional record informed by hip hop and retro funk. The overall vibe is more like an indie record rather than a stadium-filling commercial rock act. The maturity of song-writing is [...]

 
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2016/05/23

Against the Current – In Our Bones Review

Against the Current’s In Our Bones is the debut album from the Poughkeepsie, NY pop-rock trio. The band have previously released two EPs and gained a lot of exposure through their Youtube videos. The title track from the 2014 Gravity EP garnered 12 million views and they tend to [...]

 
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2016/05/15

Saosin – Along the Shadow Review

Saosin’s Along the Shadow is easily the most anticipated post-hardcore record of the year. Since Anthony Green departed the band in 2004, fans have been feverishly calling for a reunion, and the long-awaited record is finally here. Luckily it delivers on everything that was promised. [...]

 
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2016/05/09

Radiohead A Moon Shaped Pool album review

Radiohead have unveiled their ninth studio album A Moon Shaped Pool, which features the return of long-time producer Nigel Godrich. The band’s 2011 effort ‘The King of Limbs’ was a challenging album, and the new release sees the band delving even deeper into experimental [...]

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