Category Archives: Single Reviews

Gutxi Bibang – Read On if you love Rock

Gutxi Bibang – System of a Gun

True story: I just had diversity training this week at the office, and it was very impactful to me. I honestly never thought of myself as biased against any group of people because of race, ethnicity, religion, etc., and then I saw an email with new music from Gutxi Bibang. What did I do?

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Anyone’s Guess So Long Video Premiere

Anyone’s Guess So Long Video Premiere and Interview

anyone's guess so longToday is release day for “So Long” the brand new video from Orlando alt-rockers Anyone’s Guess.  To celebrate this momentous occasion, we chatted with singer/bassist Sanja Jovanovic.  Check out her thoughts, and then take a peek at the “So Long” premiere below.

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Song of the Week: Silly Bones

Streets of Laredo – Silly Bones

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In his recent album review for Streets of Laredo’s Wild, Cretin offered his thoughts on  their new single “Silly Bones.”

A blissful escape punctuated by pristine harmonies and sweet piano…

They just released their new video for the song and we decided it was the perfect choice to be our featured rock song of the week.

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New Music Friday

New Rock Music

momsenI’ve dug through my emails and discovered a nice cross-section of new rock music for your weekend listening pleasure. You’ll find a few hugely successful artists on the list as well as a few folks you’ve probably never heard. Give them all a try and discover something new as we continue our crusade to shine a light on the best new rock music each week.

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The Worst Cover Song Ever?

Metallica_logo_wallpaperOh sure, there have been some horrific, ill-advised attempts to cover rock classics over the years. Who can forget the typically excellent Sheryl Crow doing a poorly imagined Guns ‘N Roses cover or Miley Cyrus honoring her inspiration, Kurt Cobain? And we should never forget the slew of classics reimagined by the talentless William Shatner. They all deserve consideration on worst cover lists, but Macy Gray’s decision to release a Metallica cover may just be the worst yet.

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Ear Candy from Future Generations

fg“Thunder In The City” is a cheery, poppy new track that I cannot unstick from that tiny little space between my ears. It’s a distinctive synth-driven single that’s just as catchy as hell, and if this track finds it’s way onto radio, it’s destined to explode on the Alternative rock scene.

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Check Out Citizen Zero’s Lure and Persuade

Detroit's Citizen Zero I’ve had a chance to preview a copy of State Of Mind, the forthcoming album from Detroit’s Citizen Zero.  It’s a straight-forward, honest rock ‘n roll album that is destined to please many rock music fans.  Their new single “Lure and Persuade” gives us a great glimpse of what to expect on the album and it’s provided below to whet your appetite.

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Maine Man: John The Ghost

John The Ghost is the new solo effort from John O’Callaghan, the uber-talented front man from The Maine, and today, we get the first glimpse of the video for the new song “Sour Grapes.”

Photo by Cole Kiburz.
Photo by Cole Kiburz.

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