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never present and Bayside Alias Reviewed

never present and Bayside Alias Reviewed

never present – shove

Similar artists: Teenage Wrist, Heavenward, Soul Blind, ✝✝✝ (Crosses), Deftones

Genre: Shoegaze, Alternative Rock

Imagination ought to be a requirement for making music, one would think. Yet, listening to most songs that chart, as well as to the rock songs that gather a bit of attention from the listening public, it’s easy to see that this is not the case. What we are left with, at best, are polished versions of better-known songs. In other words, the ability to ape another artist is more important to success than creating groundbreaking art. 

It’s rather sad but not surprising. The people who possess this gift are few and genuinely as much burdened with this ability as they are blessed. The capacity to clearly see in one’s mind’s eye something that doesn’t yet exist is enough to drive one crazy. But who else can know the way except for someone who has that kind of vision? 

never present create a world of sound on “shove” that they draw from memory. Most impressive is the fact that they seem to know not just the coordinates but even the most minute details of this universe. It’s a sound, of course, built the foundation of alt-metal bands in the style of Deftones

Still, because they never present, are just so good at dreaming up these sounds and somehow at managing to assemble them in harmony, it ends up having the band’s fingerprints on so many of the objects in this dreamworld that it is transformed into something wholly personal. 

never present create a world of sound on “shove” that they draw from memory. Most impressive is the fact that they seem to know not just the coordinates but even the most minute details of this universe.


Bayside Alias – My AC130 Has ADHD

Genre: Shoegaze, Alternative Rock

For most people, a day is a collection of hours spent trying to decipher a bunch of signs and signals that never really make much sense. Yeah, most of us have even learned to tune some of those out. It’s a necessity what with the sheer volume of symbols asking something of you. 

It’s a strange state of half-wakefulness that we go through, and there are few who are able to translate these times into any coherent message. Bayside Alias with its tense but dreamy sound, is one of the prophets of this new age. Like the world’s most intricate road system, all of the information we receive can lead us to many places. It’s just difficult to figure out which of these has any true value, 

Bayside Alias’ “My AC130 Has ADHD” is a late-night, urban fever dream, a lush alt-rock song in which facts melt away into many possible meanings. It’s the poetry of the new age, a time of ambiguity and unsettledness. Bayside Alias sings the blues for the world we built for ourselves and accepts how any of the myriad possible solutions are both true and untrue at the exact same time. 

never present - shove

8.5

Bayside Alias - My AC130 Has ADHD

7.5

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About author

Eduard Banulescu is a writer, blogger, and musician. As a content writer, Eduard has contributed to numerous websites and publications, including FootballCoin, Play2Earn, BeIN Crypto, Business2Community, NapoliSerieA, Extra Time Talk, Nitrogen Sports, Bavarian FootballWorks, etc. He has written a book about Nirvana, hosts a music podcasts, and writes weekly content about some of the best, new and old, alternative musicians. Eduard also runs and acts as editor-in-chief of the alternative rock music website www.alt77.com. Mr. Banulescu is also a musician, having played and recorded in various bands and as a solo artist.
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