Independent Performing Scorecards

 


Alternative

Revolushn: “Little Red Dolls” unleashes their most visceral attributes

 I’ve only been listening to Revolushn for a couple days, but they’ve quickly become one of my favorite go to bands when I’m tired of the radio. With each listen I become more impressed by their indie Psych Roc...


Mark Adams Son Of Bill: “Living in the Shit Age” – razor sharp, and appropriately noisy!

One part distortion, one part melody, and two parts face-melting guitars. “Living in the Shit Age” is a very uncomplicated album, with only really having guitar, bass, drums and vocals throughout. That’s the way it should...



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Ryan Helman: “Bowl Of Something” – everything is tight, polished, and professional!

Ryan Helman is a British born singer-songwriter, from Harrow .He is widely known for his distinct late 70s guitar sounding music. With influences from The Beatles, The Kinks, Four Seasons, Chas n Dave, Squeeze, Elvis Costello, ...



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Nick Duane: “Rain” – soaring and emotive!

Nick Duane is a veteran American, musician and composer who has played guitar and bass with several regional acts. Including; Axis, Backslap Blues Band, Monolith, Section Eight, DC Tenz and Confessions. Being a long time recor...


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Sounds Safe: “Perfect Day” – take modern indie rock and fuse it with banging beats

Los Angeles alternative rock band, Sounds Safe has released their 4-track Ep “Perfect Day”, through Dairyland Music, during May 2015. Apart from the title track the instrumental Ep contains the songs “Angelique”, “Mmm...



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Silke Berlinn and The Addictions: “RETROPUNK” – the definition of pure, unabashed, scathing rock n’ roll

Silke Berlinn began singing in a Catholic girls’ choir at the age of 6. At 15, she formed her first band in NYC, leaving soon after for San Francisco to work with Robbie McKenzie of Mink deVille. Berlinn’s first recordi...




 
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