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Holy Youth Premieres “Feel Good” Track On My Old Kentucky Blog || Self-Titled Debut LP Out October 14th On Happenin’ Records

Holy Youth is a four-piece dream punk band from Montevallo, Alabama. After forming in April 2012, the band immediately started playing shows in Alabama and throughout the Midwest. They released a four-song EP in early 2013 and performed opening sets for The Fresh and Onlys, Natural Child, Cheap Time, and Jacuzzi Boys. Happenin Records will […]

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Poor Remy – Bitters Album Review

For a few years it seemed as though pop music was heading into the modern era without real instruments. Auto-tune was being used for more than pitch correction, and whenever music was recorded using real instruments, the instruments were generally conditioned with electronic aids. The new EP by Brooklyn band Poor Remy, Bitters shows that […]

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Tonight Alive – The Other Side Album Review

These past few years have been huge for Australian band Tonight Alive. It is always good to see hard work begin to pay off for a young band, and it appears that even though they have began to taste success, Tonight Alive is not even thinking about coasting. Their new album, The Other Side, is […]

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Cooper – Motown Suite Album Review

It would probably be an accurate observation to say that most music that would fall into the contemporary Soul and R&B genres is fine tuned by producers who program instruments and touch up the vocals. This does not appear to be the case with Cooper’s new album Motown Suite. From start to finish, this album […]

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Magnus Rising – Whatever It Takes Album Review

A new trend in modern music is to have a mission statement or attitude that is cohesive throughout a release. In this case, Whatever It Takes is the statement that Canadian band Magnus Rising wants to put out there. This album is a perfect followup album for those who enjoyed the band’s previous release, and […]

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Your Chance To Die – The American Dream album review

Brutal as hell and dark as the night, Your Chance To Die’s newest full-length, The American Dream, is metal as all get out. Full of blast beats, scorching guitar solos, and throat-ripping vocals,  it is everything you could ask for in a death metal album. Oh, and did I mention, the lead vocalist is female? […]

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Flashlights – Don’t Take Me Seriously EP Review

Flashlights is a project that was once a solo-acoustic project, but they manage to not sound like every other white-male-singer-songwriter. Their new EP “Don’t Take Me Seriously” is very well put together. With only three songs, it leaves listeners wanting more. From the opening seconds, I was drawn in. It starts with an upbeat introduction […]

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