Posts by Adriana Sabo

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No matter how open-minded you think you are, or how much different music you have heard, you are never completely ready for what Zs has to offer. The art of Zs is quite difficult to describe, as they mix and mash many ...
Minimal, Ritualistic, Provocative

Zs’ ‘Xe’

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No matter how open-minded you think you are, or how much different music you have heard, you are never completely ready for what Zs has to offer. The art of Zs is quite difficult to describe, as they mix and mash many different genres and influences, taking the elements they like and re-working them into [&hellip
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"Come with the Sponges as they take you on a bright and colourful journey, with music that will have you falling over with laughter, floating on waves of sadness, and climbing trees of elation." This is how My Fellow ...
My Fellow Sponges Release a Four-track EP

The Colors of ‘Something Like Light’

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“Come with the Sponges as they take you on a bright and colourful journey, with music that will have you falling over with laughter, floating on waves of sadness, and climbing trees of elation.” This is how My Fellow Sponges explain what they do. The band is based in Galway, Ireland and they play some truly [&hellip
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Nonbeliever is one of those artists who came to be due to development of home recording software. Thanks to the fact that now anyone --that is, anyone who has access to the internet and modern technology--can buy simple ...
Straight Out of a Manchester Living Room

Album Review: ‘Red Flags’ by Nonbeliever

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Nonbeliever is one of those artists who came to be due to development of home recording software. Thanks to the fact that now anyone –that is, anyone who has access to the internet and modern technology–can buy simple software and easily learn to use it, DIY culture developed rapidly and gave birth to many “stay-at-home
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Behind the name of rryrry, we find Harry Perry, a man from Britain currently working in Sweden, that turned out to be a welcoming soil for his love for experiments. He writes that "An early introduction to folk, Asian and ...
Harry Perry's "I want & the me culture" Review

Did Somebody Say “Unexpected”?

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Behind the name of rryrry, we find Harry Perry, a man from Britain currently working in Sweden, that turned out to be a welcoming soil for his love for experiments. He writes that “An early introduction to folk, Asian and classical music met with an adolescent obsession with alternative rock and David Bowie to form a [&hellip
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Anticipation (self-released) is the title of the third official studio album, issued by South Carolina's Charles Grace and his gang, working under the name of Sleeping Policeman. The music they make is great to listen to, ...
A Review of Sleeping Policeman's "Anticipation"

Taking it Easy With Sleeping Policeman

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Anticipation (self-released) is the title of the third official studio album, issued by South Carolina’s Charles Grace and his gang, working under the name of Sleeping Policeman. The music they make is great to listen to, especially if, for example, you are hungover and need some quality tunes to listen to while getting your head
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Anatomy of Habit: the name suggests that the band might intend to challenge your listening habits, by making you understand the way they are created. They do that by making music that you are most definitely not accustomed ...
Ciphers + Axioms Reveiw

What is the Anatomy of your Habit?

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Anatomy of Habit: the name suggests that the band might intend to challenge your listening habits, by making you understand the way they are created. They do that by making music that you are most definitely not accustomed to. The band is comprised out of Theo Katsaounis (percussion), Will Lindsay (guitar), John McEntire (drums), Kenny [&
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The Snap: Of course, I already know the answer to my own question from the title. No, you haven't heard about the Ex You, mostly because they have only recently started playing and also, since they like keeping it ...
For the Musically Adventurous

Have You Heard of the Ex You?

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The Snap: Of course, I already know the answer to my own question from the title. No, you haven’t heard about the Ex You, mostly because they have only recently started playing and also, since they like keeping it mysterious and seem to enjoy the fact that they only exist on Bandcamp. So this is [&hellip
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The Snap:  Joyce Manor can nowadays be considered classics. Or at least they made a name for themselves in the world of alternative music. As the band notes on their website, "Joyce Manor was conceived in the back of a ...
Joyce Manor/Toys That Kill EP Review

Joyce Manor Splits an EP with Toys That Kill!

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The Snap:  Joyce Manor can nowadays be considered classics. Or at least they made a name for themselves in the world of alternative music. As the band notes on their website, “Joyce Manor was conceived in the back of a car in the Disneyland parking lot—the kind of beginning California dreams are really made of. It [&hellip
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The Snap: "Nomen est omen", claims the old Latin saying. Or, as we could say today, "name is the omen," or (in this occasion) better yet, it is a sign. So, when I see that the band Bad Sign released a new EP and that ...
They set out to "Destroy", but...

(This is Not) a Bad Sign

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The Snap: “Nomen est omen”, claims the old Latin saying. Or, as we could say today, “name is the omen,” or (in this occasion) better yet, it is a sign. So, when I see that the band Bad Sign released a new EP and that it’s titled Destroy, my attention is immediately drawn to it. Then [&hellip
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