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BG079 | Let You Go

Tape Waves have released their debut album featuring the singles “Stay All Night” and “All I Can See”.

“Their songs evoke the rhythms of gentle waves almost visually–and the over-saturated blue of the sky, and the glare of sunshine bouncing off the sand.” - 96 more words


Beginning with doom-inducing keyboard strokes that transforms into a rattle of post-punk, Ohh (Yeah) by White Reaper is one of those tunes that deserves to be more popular than it will probably end up being. 76 more words


Possessor - Electric Hell

Possessor call themselves “occult metal” but this descriptor does not quite cover it because there’s more fuzzy riff-worship on offer here than there is paranormal exploration. 202 more words


Mix Masters

Sur Une Plage opened for The Cave Singers at The Shakedown Tavern. A nice, if eccentric, add on. There isn’t much information about this two-piece band on the interwebs. 45 more words

The Shakedown Tavern

C|C Sunday Music Review for the Week of July 27th, 2014

By Derek Jordan
A compilation of 5 different artist reviews:

1 – Carroltons’ “Summer Songs” #FreeMusic @Carrollton_band @Noisetrade #SouthernGospel #Favorite

2 – Mark and Sarah’s Selftitled EP #FreeMusic @Noisetrade #Gospel… 1,459 more words


Aiko Island (Sean Beeson)

A puzzler for the iOS from developer Iceflame, Aiko Island was an entry into the post-Angry Birds genre of physics puzzles. It brought a few innovations to the table, like a colorblind mode and the deep integration of cookies at every level of gameplay, and was well-reviewed by those able to locate it amid the explosion of similar iOS games in the early 2010s. 441 more words

Capsule Review

Tempel: On the Steps of the Temple Album Review

Those opening strokes of the guitar on Black Metal duo Tempel’s debut On the Steps of the Temple start an ominous fifty minutes of pumping riffs and double kick drums pounding their way to hell. 378 more words

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