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LIVE SHOW REVIEW: BEAR'S DEN at 3RD & LINDSLEY

British rock band Bear’s Den made a return to Nashville on a stormy Tuesday night and were met by a sold out crowd at 3rd & Lindsley. 338 more words

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ALBUM REVIEW: 'Blood Jungle' by Johnossi

If Johnossi’s Air Is Free EP showed anything, it’s that their venture of breaking out of their native Sweden might have some push behind it. It was by no means a perfect release, fragmented and jumping around styles with little through line, but for indie songs with the power to break into a wider market, something that the title track eventually did, the duo’s big ambitions look to be gathering steam. 858 more words

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Video Vault - Jesca Hoop

Jesca returned last week with a new album, which HPM will be reviewing later this month but I wanted to share the perspective warping music video for “Memories Are Now” – the albums title track. 45 more words

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Album Review; For A Moment, I Was Lost by Amber Run

After a turbulent 2016, Nottingham natives Amber Run returned Friday with their silver lining – their sophomore album, “For A Moment, I Was Lost.” After being dropped by their record label RCA and losing their drummer Felix Archer, the record was composed during a time when it was unclear whether there would still  924 more words

Album Review

New Music of the Day - CLXIV: You and Me - A New Nowhere

There was a point just before the music kicked in that I had a few doubts about what was going to follow. Rock dude wandering through the forest, Donnie Darko-esque creepy, out of context rabbit suit, the distant clattering of drums…cliché classic rock can only be a few seconds away. 142 more words

A Tsunami of Taking Back Sunday Goodness – ‘Tidal Wave’ album review

American alt-rock band Taking Back Sunday have an alt-rock sound verging on punk. They’ve released their seventh studio album, titled Tidal Wave, in Australia a few months ago. 282 more words

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Songs In Haiku - Tongue Tied

Song by Eve To Adam

Now we’re at the end

What’s done is done, so you say

But lies coat the tongue

Poetry