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Posts Tagged ‘alternative rock’

Rubix Wheel: “Sky’s the Limit” – The cohesive sound of a tightly knit rock and roll band

“Sky’s the Limit” is an easy pick for any rock music fan. Rubix Wheel began in 2007 as the Jester Jack Band, playing some midsized festivals.  In 2010 they changed the name to Rubix Wheel, and have completed ...


Hollywood Drunks: SWELL – Talent and Hard Work

I consider SWELL to be a strong social statement. This is ‘all killer, no filler’ and every song stands out on its own. The album produced by Lloyd Stuart Casson, Eric Winzenried, and Jason Roberts really brings out...



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Boom Kinetic: “Future Colonial” Has A Very Unique Style, Which Stands Out In A Huge Crowd Of Bands

Boom Kinetic started as a conglomeration of musicians from several established Fayetteville, Arkansas bands in order to showcase their skills as performers. Since then they have grown the areas they reach performing in Memphis...



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Ka tet: ‘Arcadia’ Tight-Knit Sound That Mixes Melody With Surging Power

Ka tet are a Galway based, three-piece rock band whose sound focuses as much on 3 part vocal harmonies as it does on crunchy guitar riffs, gripping rhythms and chunky bass undertones. The band have released two singles to date ...


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Elephant 12: “Sold Out” Magnificent, Crunching Modern Rock Arrangements

Elephant 12 originate in the depths of London,England. The three piece, known for their highly energetic performances and quirky fusion of unapologetic punk rock laced with a magnetic electro bass lines. Quickly becoming the t...



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BONSON BERNER: “Passport” Depth, Complexity and Always More to Discover

Bonson Berner evolved from the remnants of Siga la Flecha (Follow the Arrow) – an eclectic project that started in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lisandro Aloi – Pato(under the pseudonyms Bonson Berner and Masmore Larueda for SLF...


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ROB DECOUP: “Burn Me To The Ground” New Single And Video Release!

The early 90’s was a great time for music, no matter what type of music you were into; If you liked hip hop, you had Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. If you liked R&B you had Mary J. Blige and R. Kelly. If you liked rock and m...