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Danny Gokey - 'Rise' - Album Review

You probably know Danny Gokey from his time on American Idol.  He place third on Season 8 behind the winner, Kris Allen, and the runner-up, Adam Lambert.   801 more words


T.S.O.L - The Trigger Complex

Short for ‘True Sounds of Liberty’ T.S.O.L have been a presence on the punk and rock scenes since their first EP was released in the early 80’s, with their debut LP  480 more words


Album Review | Bonobo - Migration


Bonobo have always been a band I’ve been aware of but never dived deep into their discography to discover what they’re really about. 214 more words

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ALBUM REVIEW: 'Afterthoughts' by Greywind

With the amount that their name has been thrown around lately, you’d find it difficult to believe that Afterthoughts is Greywind’s first proper release. In the last twelve months, the Irish duo – comprising of siblings Steph and Paul O’Sullivan – have covered more ground than ever before, embarking on their first ever live dates, dropping single after single to enormous response, and building sufficient levels of hype from most corners of the rock media. 693 more words


Sepultura - Machine Messiah

Christ, Sepultura? There’s a band I probably wasn’t going to keep up with if I didn’t keep a music blog going. There was a time when Sepultura, no hyperbole, were the most interesting metal band in the world; under frontman Max Cavalera and his percussion-maverick brother Igor they blended Afro-Cuban percussion with thrash-metal fury and punk-rock unpretentiousness with astonishing virtuosity, and let me be clear, even if you’re at the time of reading this not into metal at all, I absolutely 100% recommend the… 834 more words

Exploring Other Genres: Sunbather - Braneworld

by Dustin


A while back we started a segment called “Exploring Other Genres” to offer fellow hip-hop fans an accessible outlet to a variety of interesting music. 601 more words


Okay - As It Is (Album Review)

Okay is the second record from Brighton Based Pop-Punk band, As It Is. I have previously critised As It Is for the nasally vocals and pretty poor live performances (in my opinion anyway, I know a lot of people enjoy their live show) so I wasn’t going into… 585 more words