What Did I Do/God As My Witness – TBT SOTD
I remember when I was young and in love with music, I was the kid that was in my room in the cold winter months (and there were quite a few) sitting in front of my old school stereo with tape decks. Back then we didn’t have mp3 players or smartphones or even YouTube for that matter.
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Song Review: Taipei Person / Allah Tea
Stone Sour have done it again. They have put together another album titled Hydrograd, which will be available everywhere June 30th. Stone Sour is Corey Taylor’s first band, though he is more famous for being Slipknot’s vocalist.
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Never Going Back, Hot Water Music
Damn, Hot Water Music is aging wonderfully. As they creep up on 25 years in the business, the best thing to come from Gainesville since Tom Petty is back with a killer new single.
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The single “Phone” from Cavemouth’s new EP I Don’t Have a Dog is like finding money on the sidewalk. An unexpected gift/surprise from Cavemouth, a foursome that grew up together in the county of Devon in England.
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Fall Out Boy Released New Single “Young And Menace”
Oops, they did it again.
After all of the hype, and ambiguous mentions of “April 27th” on Fall Out Boy’s Instagram account, the newest thing is finally here.
And it’s totally different from anything Fall Out Boy has done before.
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5° on the Inside – Guided by Voices
Guided By Voices has been entertaining a loyal cult of fans with new indie alternative releases for over thirty years. Frontman Robert Pollard has just achieved a rare level of accomplishment, having released his 100th LP, August by Cake, joined by some of the evolving lineup of musicians who join him in GBV.
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Harlem – New Indie Rock from Bear Fight
Well done. Bear Fight wins this round with their new single.
“Harlem” has everything needed to provoke the listener to listen to it over and over. At first, the lyrics seem to suggest an unrequited love situation. But this is not the case. It is more about the hardships a band can experience just trying to get heard and understood, the hardships of a city.
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The Indie-Folk four piece band Tors is releasing a much anticipated EP entitled Merry Go Round next month and judging by the title track, which was released this week, there is much to get excited about. On the criteria of meaningful lyrics, vocal harmonics, and dance-ability, the band gets high marks across the board.
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