Posts by Adriana Sabo

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When an album is reissued, this is often a sign that there is something special about the music on that album. Or at least it is a sign to us who are always searching the internet for some new and interesting music, that ...
Dark, Brooding and Mysterious

Soft Kill Reissues “An Open Door,” and the Past Sounds Fresh

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When an album is reissued, this is often a sign that there is something special about the music on that album. Or at least it is a sign to us who are always searching the internet for some new and interesting music, that our attention should be directed towards that piece of art. For example, on [&hellip
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If you are looking for some seriously amazing punk/alternative punk with a nasty attitude, look no further. Hit play on The Objex's Super Charged Little Nova and enjoy the sudden rushof energy, as they have A LOT of that. ...
How About Some GrrrrrrrrrR!?

Listen To: The Objex, ‘Super Charged Little Nova’

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If you are looking for some seriously amazing punk/alternative punk with a nasty attitude, look no further. Hit play on The Objex’s Super Charged Little Nova and enjoy the sudden rushof energy, as they have A LOT of that. These four aren’t messing around. This fantastic four from the Sin City is comprised of Felony Melony
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Those who appreciate that straightforward, well-practiced and technically excellent heavy rock/metal music will certainly enjoy Explicit Distortion's A Box in the Garage, which is laden with influences from Lamb of God, ...
A Review

Explicit, Distorted and Fun: ‘A Box in the Garage,’ by Explicit Distortion

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Those who appreciate that straightforward, well-practiced and technically excellent heavy rock/metal music will certainly enjoy Explicit Distortion’s A Box in the Garage, which is laden with influences from Lamb of God, Guns N Roses, Pantera, AC/DC, Slayer, and Metallica. Explicit Distortion is a great band out of Pierre, South D
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If there could ever be a perfect example of a blast from the past, this would be it. Not only was this music created in the 1970s -- and never published before -- it was made in a country that is no more, namely East ...
Kosmischer Läufer's Forgotten Pieces

Listen To Retro Electronic Music From East Germany: ‘Volume 3′

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If there could ever be a perfect example of a blast from the past, this would be it. Not only was this music created in the 1970s — and never published before — it was made in a country that is no more, namely East Germany, or Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR). The story behind the [&hellip
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For those who were alive and had a developed their tastes in the 80s, the decade will most probably be remembered for the good and funny things: not only headbands, walkmans, MTV, hairstyles and outfits that really should ...
Future, er, Past Sounds

Welcome to the Retro Future: ‘Volume One’ by Telefuture

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For those who were alive and had a developed their tastes in the 80s, the decade will most probably be remembered for the good and funny things: not only headbands, walkmans, MTV, hairstyles and outfits that really should never ever make a comeback, but also the technological boom that resulted in computers and other digital devices sl
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There is a very good reason why synth pop was so damn popular in its time. It is as catchy as hell. Simple, bouncy, happy, it will make you move to the beat and you are not able to forget the piece of music you heard. Cars ...
Seriously, You Should Listen To It

Talk About Catchy: Cars & Trucks

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There is a very good reason why synth pop was so damn popular in its time. It is as catchy as hell. Simple, bouncy, happy, it will make you move to the beat and you are not able to forget the piece of music you heard. Cars & Trucks, a synth pop (or electro pop, if [&hellip
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Grind, or grindcore, is usually defined as "an extreme genre of music that originated in the early to mid-1980s," and "draws inspiration from some of the most abrasive-sounding music genres – including extreme metal ...
The Most Bad-Ass Grandmother Ever

Listen To: ‘Grindmother’ by Corrupt Leaders

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Grind, or grindcore, is usually defined as “an extreme genre of music that originated in the early to mid-1980s,” and “draws inspiration from some of the most abrasive-sounding music genres – including extreme metal (mainly thrash and death metal), hardcore punk, crust punk, industrial rock and noise rock. Grindcore is
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So, feminists have always enjoyed their role of angry, loud women who refused to stay in "their place" and do what they are told. It's true, there is an empowering feeling we get when someone tries to challenge our beliefs ...
Seattle's Punk Trio's Second Album

Listen To: ‘Women’s Rights’ by Childbirth

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So, feminists have always enjoyed their role of angry, loud women who refused to stay in “their place” and do what they are told. It’s true, there is an empowering feeling we get when someone tries to challenge our beliefs and rights, so we finally get the opportunity to tell the smart-ass who is challenging [&hellip
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Ready for some funky, bouncy, blues-y and excellent-in-every-way music? Yeah, sure you are. So, here's The Last Bookstore by The New Baldones. They are Bob Hoot (guitar/vocals), Harvey Briggs (guitar/vocals) and Doug McLeod ...
The trio has released some fun and happy songs

Check out: ‘The Last Bookstore’ by The New Baldones

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Ready for some funky, bouncy, blues-y and excellent-in-every-way music? Yeah, sure you are. So, here’s The Last Bookstore by The New Baldones. They are Bob Hoot (guitar/vocals), Harvey Briggs (guitar/vocals) and Doug McLeod (bass/vocals) — three guys who enjoy making some great, easy-to-listen music, influenced by rock’n
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