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Earthy Boston trio Kal Marks specialize in heavy, noisy indie rock with gritty hooks. If you listen closely, there is still a bit of folky twang left over from the band's beginnings as the solo project of frontman Carl ...

Just a Lonely Fart – Kal Marks

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Watching Mylets live is simply like nothing else. The project is made up solely of 20-year-old Henry Kohen, who sings, plays guitar, taps wildly at his two large pedalboards, and plays a drum machine – all with extreme ...

Track Review: “Trembling Hands” – Mylets

Track Review

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Song titles like “Starchild Skull,” “Clean Moon,” and “Deep Sea Station” and the merch designs featuring UFOs and planets calling the band “Defenders of Inner-Space” paint a pretty good picture of what ...

Further Out – Cloakroom

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Sundae Bloody Sundae is a collaborative effort from Rozwell Kid, Kittyhawk, Two Knights, and The World is a Beautiful Place and I am No Longer Afraid to Die. Each band offers something completely different (and previously ...

Sundae Bloody Sundae – The World is a Beautiful Place and I am No Longer Afraid to Die/Rozwell Kid/Kittyhawk/Two Knights

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For my first Current Rotation I thought I’d share a few bands & records that have really caught my attention lately (in no particular order). These releases range from being pretty recent to being over ten years old, ...

Matt’s Current Rotation – 1/28/15

Current Rotation

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It’s strange to think that Foulbrood is already Colesville, Maryland natives Two Inch Astronaut’s third longplayer, but a minute into excellent and somewhat misleadingly catchy opener “Foulbrood,” it becomes ...

Foulbrood – Two Inch Astronaut

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2015 is shaping up to be one of the best years for new releases that we have had in a long time. I feel like its almost every week we find out a new band is releasing music this year. Off of the top of my head I know we are ...

Nonstop Feeling – Turnstile

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Sean Niland is a big part of Connecticut hardcore and one of its most talented musicians. So when Sean starts a new project, people pay attention. One of his newest bands is Slavestate, a 4-piece death metal band. I had ...

Slavestate Interview

Interview, Local Band Interview

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One of my favorite things about music blogs is finding new artists, and albums. We post a lot of reviews and interviews, but rarely cover what we are listening to. We all talked and wanted to change that, so we decided that ...

Zach’s Current Rotation – 1/19/15

Current Rotation, Uncategorized

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If you talk to almost anyone about booking or playing shows in Philadelphia, 9 times out of 10, Ruben Polo's name will get brought up. I first met Philly's hardest working man when we played a show with the freshly defunct ...

” “ – Soul Glo

Review, Track Review, Uncategorized

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Prior to this review, I had been waiting to hear Stifle for a little while now. They’ve been around for over a year, but the Chicago/Milwaukee group has only played a handful of shows. Up until now, they had no recordings, ...

Grace Black – Stifle

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Every pop-punk band and pretty much anything that sounds like pop-punk is hit-or-miss for me. As time wears on, the genre grows increasingly oversaturated by bands singing about the same things. It is hard to tell them ...

Pretend to Care – Hemingway

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