Milo Greene
Oct15

Milo Greene

Milo Greene By Lane Levesque This self-titled album by musician Milo Greene (link) is a beautiful composition of melodies and tunes from beginning to end. Every song is given its own feel while still managing to maintain the overarching theme of the album and it results in a wonderful finished product. I’ve re-written this review countless times, and each time I’ve tried to do this album justice I’ve failed. To save us all some time,...

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Rey Pila
Oct13

Rey Pila

Rey Pila By Denise Beltran Rey Pila [link] hailing from Mexico is an up and coming band that has been touring with Interpol, for their North American tour. Their music incorporates electronic beats and some distortion as well as the classic indie rock sound.Songs by Rey Pila are both in Spanish and English. Lead vocalist Diego Solórzano has a distinct voice that ranges from different pitches and octaves; he was also the former front...

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Bass Drum of Death – Rip This
Oct11

Bass Drum of Death – Rip This

Bass Drum of Death – Rip This By Gia Vescovi-Chiordi If somebody mentions Oxford, Mississippi it’s usually William Faulkner, drawling accents and dusty roads that come to mind, but no longer – Bass Drum of Death (link) has taken their place. A Southern college town with an active music scene on par with Austin, Oxford bestowed us with John Barrett, and Barrett has given us Rip This (link). Bass Drum of Death is a...

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Salt Cathedral
Oct10

Salt Cathedral

Salt Cathedral By Lendsey C. Do you like deep base lines that lead into trance like pitches of a Sia-esque vocal tracks? Even if you said ‘no’ you should check out Salt Cathedral [link] Hailing from The Republic of Columbia the now stateside Brooklyn based 5-piece ensemble of Juliana Ronderos, Tommy Hartman, Stefan Bildy, Silvio Vega and Nicolas Losada will take your ears to a place unknown. Describing them as...

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An Interview with the Wayside Shakeup
Oct08

An Interview with the Wayside Shakeup

THE WAYSIDE SHAKEUP By Serenat Kivilcim The Wayside Shakeup [link], a band based in Philly, is preparing to release its new song “Wear You Down” along with a creative music video, on November 4. The band’s music is influenced by a variety of sounds, which they describe as ranging from “shameless pop” to “wobbly blues with a sly wink to everything from doo-wop to grunge.” The Wayside Shakeup was formed by founding members Chris...

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