The Lower Side of Uptown – Toadies Album Review
There are no shortage of rock bands from the 90’s still making albums and touring today. That said, it is rare for a band from that era to release arguably their best album more than 2 decades later. The Fort Worth, Texas quartet have done just that on The Lower Side of Uptown.
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The Delta Saints are making a name for themselves among the alternative music industry, and for good reason, too. Monte Vista, their latest release, is a distinctive blend of alternative rock, blues, and a little bit of everything else.
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TJ Kong & The Atomic Bomb – Dancing Out the Door
TJ Kong & The Atomic Bomb are a sweltering, sweaty, August New Orleans evening. As the humidity smothers the Decatur Street denizens, this is the soundtrack for the locals ducking into a cozy neighborhood bar where they are greeted with filthy, soulful music.
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Blitzen Trapper premiered the title track from their new album Wild and Reckless which is due out November 4th. And if this song is representative of the entire album it’s going to be a fun record.
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Song of the Day: “Go” by Glen Phillips
I’ve always felt that one of the saddest things in life is unrequited love (ala “Romeo and Juliet” by Dire Straits). But Toad the Wet Sprocket’s Glen Phillips has taken that a step sadder in his new music video “Go.”
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Fragile Heart EP Review
The band that MTV News and Substream Magazine labeled as “The Maine with a jersey-boy, Springsteen vibe,” with a “sound like summer feels,” has released a brand new EP following their 2016 smash-hit EP, I’m So Dead.
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Descendents – Who We Are
The proto punk-rock group, Descendents have released another wonderful piece of art with politically charged anthems called Who We Are. Upon listening, the first thing I noticed about the start was the lead guitar smashing up a sound that reminds of a Social Distortion song mashed up with some riffs reminiscent of beach rock you’ve heard from a band like Rebelution. The drums on this track are simply smashing with a nice punk beat.
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