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Posts Tagged ‘alt-rock’

Collegians: “Killer” hits you straight in the heart and never lets you go

Let’s get one thing straight. I’ve been following the Collegians since their brilliant debut single, “Vaccine”, which then was followed up “Black Mass”. This Melbourne based Australian band, with a British-born sing...


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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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A New Way to Live Forever: “Monument” is intense and very melodic

Fort Lauderdale’s A New Way to Live Forever is an alternative indie-rock band led by dynamic front man Russ Rogers (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar) with Phil Tucciarone (Drums), Steve Velez (Bass), Stephen Rose (Guitar) and Daniel Dyer...



Brothers + Company: “Search Team” – mature, original, and sure-footed

Brothers + Company are gearing up for the release of their new EP titled “RUN”. Consisting of two sets of brothers, Jake & Josh Briggs and Marcus & Steven Rutherford – one of those set being twins – the ...


thisiswar: “The Lonely Life of a Space Traveler” – picks you up and shakes you down!

thisiswar came to life as the solo imprint of song-writer Travis Wright, who began his career back in 1998. The project’s lo-fi indie-folk sound and alt-rock roots set out to evolve, bend, twist and echo over the sound of 3 s...



Magnolia Memoir – Pale Fire

Sweeping aside all of the clichés of mass-produced pop-rock! Pale Fire, the latest album from L.A. based band, Magnolia Memoir, offers a shimmery slice of cinematic alt-rock and immediately begs the question as to why this gro...