Reviews

    Listen! Do you hear? Is it the soundtrack to your favorite video game boss-fight? Is it the marching band of our new robot overlords? No, it’s Armonite, with their high-fi, sci-fi, cinematic sonic barrage “And The Stars Above”.   Founded in 1996, but reformed in 2015, the Armonite core consists of Italian prog-rockers Paolo Fosso and Jacopo Bigi, yet prominently features Porcupine Tree bassist Colin Edwin and a collection of other musically mad
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If you are tired of the herding routine of the current establishment, what’s one way to wake them up and shake things up?  Smack em in the face with a righteous, hypnotic, song that is in your face, infectious, unapologetic, and smokin.  A track just released in Australia and in the UK from the Collegians’ camp does just that and it is entitled “Black Mass.” Following the monster track “Vaccine,” “Black Mass” is an arena-worthy track that
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The genius behind The FMs, Matt Namer, was recently coaxed to relieve the inner-most essence of their new single “Eyes Are Suffering”. The band, known amongst other things as a true force in the sensibility and reconstruction of the complacency of the world, has once again created a powerful message, an anthemic reality within this explosive track. The band itself is an orgasmic anomaly, ready to right the wrongs of society in the most musically
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Nashville based Alabama raised band, “Jacob Needham & The Blue Trees” have just released a sexy, bluesy, rock n’ roll single via Spectra Music Group, entitled “Alabama Baby”, which is accompanied by a salaciously fun-loving video. The single is a prelude to their debut album set to be unleashed in April and called, “Procrastinated Memoirs”. I spoke with the band as they explained their music in depth and why it’s so much fun…they not only
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Not quite knowing what to expect, yet hoping for the best, I apprehensively played one of the tracks that singer/ musician/songwriter Mike Greco had sent me off his EP. After listening for less than a moment I was instantly blown away, and compelled to admit to myself, that my hopes paid off. There are probably more artists in New York City trying to rise to fame, than stars in the sky, but when you come
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