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INTRONAUT announce 10 year anniversar​y Tour Dates!

untitledINTRONAUT will hit the road again after a short break and their recent tour with TesseracT.  The band has been on the road in support of their current album Habitual Levitations ever since its release on Century Media in March of 2013. This special run of shows is in celebration of the band’s 10 year anniversary! 

Guitarist/singer Sacha Dunable had this to say about the tour:

 

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Poor Remy – Bitters Album Review

1For 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 they did not get that memo. We should all be thankful.

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Show 302

Replay of show 276, from 2/24/13.  Matthew and Santoro host.  Topics discussed include past show guests, odd sexual acts and games played on the show.  The Stabcast Tumblr Game is played.  Live calls are taken.  Musical guest Spots sits in on the show and performs 6 live songs.

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Alela Diane – About Farewell Album Review

1In a world where old fashioned folk is becoming popular again, this album is sure to be well received by listeners. Alela Diane has a voice that hits the ears easily, and the music manages to fill out the sound without distracting you from the words that she is saying. About Farewell is a collection of songs about looking back–despite what she says in the title track “Once upon the other side, it’s best not to look back.”
There are different types of break up records. Sometimes, an artist will focus solely on knowing that better things will come in the future, or attacking their ex. This is a well rounded album, inspired by a divorce in Alela Dian’s real life, and it shows the pain on both sides. Overall, the various emotions are expressed in the way that traditional folk music is, the words. Most of the songs do not picture heavy orchestration, with guitars driving the rhythm. The songs are generally very straight forward, and there are lines that listeners are sure to resonate with in one song or another. The lyrics are paired with timeless vocal melodies that bare resemblances to folk singers of the past, but there also appears to be some jazz influence in the vocals on songs like “The Way We Fall”. The words will hit hard, and the way that she sings makes sure that you know exactly how she felt while writing these songs.

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The Cairo Gang – Tiny Rebels EP album review

1The Cairo Gang’s newest EP, Tiny Rebels, is being promoted as an angry collection of songs, full of momentum and movement. That is, unfortunately, as far from the truth as can possibly be. Stuck in the past and showing no intention on moving forward, the band is the epitome of retro-worship at its worse.

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Show 294

Matthew and Santoro host.  Topics discussed include the past two weeks off, the phones, new movie review ideas, how the show works, serious issues and comics.  Live phone calls are taken.

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Providence, RI Hip-Hop/Metalcore Fusers SCARE DON’T FEAR Release New EP ‘Destroy | Rebuild’

1Providence, RI’s SCARE DON’T FEAR recently dropped their new EP Destroy | Rebuild, the follow up to their 2010 EP Blinded. The EP consists of seven hard-hitting tracks featuring the band’s unique blend of hip-hop and metalcore, with lyrics playing on the theme of destruction and repair. Many of the EP’s themes are political—discussing the destruction of corruption in the US government and the rebuilding of society. Destroy | Rebuild is produced by Bryce Kariger of Rigerous Recordings.

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