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LA rockers Secondborn hit the heights with ambitious new EP

Conor Davies July 19, 2015 Comments Off on LA rockers Secondborn hit the heights with ambitious new EP

American rock has been in a state of flux for a while, but with the likes of Rise Against, Thrice and Saosin come with it a banner and mark of excellence, could LA band

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Top 7 Songs of 2015 So Far

Top 7 Songs of 2015 So Far

Conor Davies March 17, 2015 Comments Off on Top 7 Songs of 2015 So Far

As a three months for music, 2015 has contributed lots to the zeitgeist; between Kanye ‘jokingly’ attempting to take Beck’s Grammy from him, to Kanye’s Brit Awards performance being heavily censored and Kanye’s…you get

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Skrillex; YAY or NAY?

Skrillex; YAY or NAY?

Conor Davies March 12, 2014 Comments Off on Skrillex; YAY or NAY?

It feels like the artist known as Skrillex, a.k.a Sonny Moore, has been around for AGES. The oft-hated, maligned dubstep pioneer has been on the scene for a good four years or so, without

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5 Reasons Why You Should Finish Your Damn Album

5 Reasons Why You Should Finish Your Damn Album

James Moore May 14, 2013 9

Sorry for my bluntness. This is a quick point about the importance of finishing/releasing your album or EP. I often receive submissions from artists seeking promotion to music media. I’m always excited to take

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Puscifer “Donkey Punch The Night” CD Review

Puscifer “Donkey Punch The Night” CD Review

James Moore February 20, 2013 Comments Off on Puscifer “Donkey Punch The Night” CD Review

Puscifer (Maynard James Keenan, Jeff Friedl, Matt McJunkins, Mat Mitchell, Carina Round and Josh Eustis) are back with a new EP entitled “Donkey Punch The Night”, and while it’s always a good thing to have new

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The Incredible Kicks will appeal to Queen fans with “Fairytales”

The Incredible Kicks will appeal to Queen fans with “Fairytales”

James Moore April 22, 2012 Comments Off on The Incredible Kicks will appeal to Queen fans with “Fairytales”

The Incredible Kicks are a hyper-powered prog pop explosion of techy riffage, addictive hooks and surprising vocal gymnastics guaranteed to impress fans of Queen, Coheed and Cambria, Protest the Hero and Rush, while still

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