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Mars FM - The Sky Knelt to the Sea

Mars FM are on a search for an elusive equilibrium on their most recent release, “The Sky Knelt to the Sea.” They’re on a journey for which there is no map. The only option is to take the dirt roads and unpredictable turns. It’s not like they have any…
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Dustin McKamie - A Good Man Down Review

From sports to politics and, sadly, to music, our modern world seems to be controlled by unrepenting cheaters. Emotional honesty is as rare as a snowstorm in the Kalahari. But that is exactly what Dustin McKamie is looking to capture on the debut album “A Good Man…
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Wesley Black - Everything Will Crash and Burn

The worst thing for a musician chasing success is having to explain what they’ve done. Wesley Black’s blend of modern genres is completely unambiguous, promising immediate stimulation for those who like their pop-rock to be brash and loud.  The mini-EP, “Everything…
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James Beastly - Junk Values Reviewed

James Beastly laughs in the face of inevitable calamity and drinks pink cocktails by the side of the twisted wreck. But even the greatest rock clowns have to shed a tear sometimes. Beastly’s latest album, “Junk Values”, is a mournful affair that occasionally…
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Ravetank - Echoes from Feedback Mountain

Tom Waits once said that his favourite part about hearing an orchestra play is the part where everyone is making dissonant sounds while warming up. Ravetank’s “Echoes from Feedback Mountain” is an example of a similar philosophy with tight songwriting being subjected…
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Loveproof - Winter's Children

Loveproof cleverly play with audiences’ expectations on the EP “Winter’s Children,” a dark, dramatic record with ambitions of being played in front of thousands of people.  The fact is that while most bands dream of one day playing in front of an arena of people…