Posts by Adriana Sabo

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The Snap:  Ronald Reagan inspired many, that's no secret. Now, he received another homage that is maybe a bit different than it is expected. Iron Reagan is, as you can imagine, a band inspired by both Iron Maiden and ...
The Tyranny of Will Review

Reagan Goes Hardcore

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The Snap:  Ronald Reagan inspired many, that’s no secret. Now, he received another homage that is maybe a bit different than it is expected. Iron Reagan is, as you can imagine, a band inspired by both Iron Maiden and Ronald Reagan. The band is from Richmond, and the band members came from such thrash groups [&hellip
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The Snap:  When one says fusion, what could one mean? A blend of this and that, a mix, a musical style that represents a way for different genres to communicate? Well, yes, all of the above. So, when you hear the music ...
A Grand Grand Trio Review

The French Fusion: Grand Grand Trio

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The Snap:  When one says fusion, what could one mean? A blend of this and that, a mix, a musical style that represents a way for different genres to communicate? Well, yes, all of the above. So, when you hear the music by the French band Grand Grand Trio, you will experience that unique a-ha! [&hellip
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The Snap:  When the debut album of Cold Specks was released back in 2012, we all had a feeling that something big just happened. Or better yet, that something big was just announced and will happen sometime in the ...
A Cold Specs' "Neuroplasticity" Review

The Calming Darkness of ‘Neuroplasticity’

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The Snap:  When the debut album of Cold Specks was released back in 2012, we all had a feeling that something big just happened. Or better yet, that something big was just announced and will happen sometime in the future. It seemed that I Predict a Graceful Expulsion was something like a deep breath that predicted an [&hellip
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The Snap:  L.A. has given birth to another band, whose expression can best be described as psychedelic indie garage rock (in case there is no such thing, these guys just made it up and I just named it). The men behind ...
A Wand Review

A Psychedelic Trip Through ‘Ganglion Reef’

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The Snap:  L.A. has given birth to another band, whose expression can best be described as psychedelic indie garage rock (in case there is no such thing, these guys just made it up and I just named it). The men behind Wand’s music are Cory Hanson (vocals, guitar, synth), Evan Burrows (drums), Daniel Martens (guitar), and [&hellip
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The Snap:  It seems not so long ago, when metal music was feared as aggressive, dark and considered to be a bad influence on the kids. But time passed and the genre received much more attention and much more acclaim, ...
A Pallbearer Review

The Perfection of Doom

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The Snap:  It seems not so long ago, when metal music was feared as aggressive, dark and considered to be a bad influence on the kids. But time passed and the genre received much more attention and much more acclaim, entering finally into the mainstream. Much changed within the genre at this point, which is [&hellip
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The Snap:  Shocking, provocative, attention-seeking, stunts-loving misfits.  This is how one might describe the Fat White Family -- a six-piece band comprised out of Northern Irish brothers, Lias and Nathan Saoudi, the ...
A Review

How Much is Too Much: Fat White Family’s ‘Champagne Holocaust’ Review

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The Snap:  Shocking, provocative, attention-seeking, stunts-loving misfits.  This is how one might describe the Fat White Family — a six-piece band comprised out of Northern Irish brothers, Lias and Nathan Saoudi, the guitarist Saul Adamczewski and boys from the Metros — as well as the things they do. One might also add th
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The Snap: Melted Toys is a quartet form San Francisco that turns its attention towards the sound of the eighties – more precisely, to the sound of synth pop. Jumpy beats, fun, catchy melodies, flowy guitars and, of ...
Melted Toys Review

So Mellow They Start to Melt: A Melted Toys Review

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The Snap: Melted Toys is a quartet form San Francisco that turns its attention towards the sound of the eighties – more precisely, to the sound of synth pop. Jumpy beats, fun, catchy melodies, flowy guitars and, of course, extensive use of synthesizers are all the qualities of their music that will make you have [&hellip
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The Snap: Some twelve years ago, somewhere in Illinois, a band was formed under the name of The Copyrights. The members are Adam Fletcher (bass/vocals), Luke McNeall (drums), Brett Hunter (guitar/vocals) and Jeff Funburg ...
The Copyrights Review

The Pop Side of Punk

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The Snap: Some twelve years ago, somewhere in Illinois, a band was formed under the name of The Copyrights. The members are Adam Fletcher (bass/vocals), Luke McNeall (drums), Brett Hunter (guitar/vocals) and Jeff Funburg (guitar/vocals), and they play something that is described as pop punk. This label, no matter how strange it might soun
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The Snap: Woman's Hour is a British band based in London. Members of the band are siblings Fiona Jane (vocals) and William (guitar), who were joined back in 2011 by Nick (bass) and Josh (keyboards). Even though they have ...
"Conversations" Review

A Collection of Lonely ‘Conversations’

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The Snap: Woman’s Hour is a British band based in London. Members of the band are siblings Fiona Jane (vocals) and William (guitar), who were joined back in 2011 by Nick (bass) and Josh (keyboards). Even though they have been playing for some time now, they have only just released their debut album, titled Conversations (though Se
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