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Aug 26, 2018
A step outside the box of Americanisms and into the world of cultural music composition. The sophomore album appropriately titled, "The Understanding." A double disc feature including an extended EP featuring five songs. What feels like a very introverted record based on the choices of music composition plays brilliantly providing a vast array of song tempos and emotions. Mostly instrumental the album more like a soundtrack for the thinking person switches between electronic ... read more
Aug 26, 2018
Aggressively British, insanely beautiful is the music found on The Cooper Temple Clause's second album "Kick Up The Fire, And Let The Flames Break Loose." With a mixture of experimental electronic elements, music composition and traditional rock guitar riffs all backed by a progressive fusion drummer the music on this album is more of a storybook and less of song to song experience. The best way to immerse yourself in their music is to play from start to finish and pay attention to ... read more
Aug 26, 2018
A cure for kids that need simple, solid, and confident rock music. Rock Kills Kid's only album "Are You Nervous?" put emo rock music into the mainstream. Go to any city in America around the time of this album and you would find a band like this one trying to make it and these guys did. The kind of music you might expect if your parents raised you listening to hair metal only you wanted the music to sound more like classic rock. Amongst a wave of rock bands during this time the album ... read more
Aug 26, 2018
Vanessa Carlton's best album to date. This album is haunting and mellow. A pure listenable experience adding personal touch and quiet responsiveness to every track. For those who tend to lean towards a more folk quality songwriting this album is perfect. My particular favorite track on the album is "Ascension," awarding the listener the chance at resolution for listening to the album. A pure sound masterpiece theater making music personal again and well done at that.
Aug 26, 2018
The very catchy track, "Car Wars" can get stuck in your head by way of the sound of vocals rather than the lyrics themselves. Reminiscent of many college radio bands Funeral Party find a place to fit in their style in a modern era of music industry lacking live bands. This album may seem futile but prospers in a scene where people need to believe in themselves for anti-social purposes. The guitar riffs are invigorated and stimulating without coming across too pushy lending mental ... read more
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