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Kind of Review: The Venetia Fair – …Basically Just Does Karaoke (Covers EP)

Amidst this time of reflection and sea of #AotY lists, I’m bustin’ into this joint with a pre-release review of sorts. Who the hell releases an EP on Christmas Eve? Well that’d be Boston’s The Venetia Fair, duh. Back in 2012 TVF held a Kickstarter campaign to fund the DIY recording and release of their sophomore … Continue reading

Jake’s Top 50 Albums of 2013

This year has been quite the year in the world of music. As 2013 closes its time to look back on what it has been. In this case, we look back on the top musical releases of the year. Without further ado, I present you my top albums of 2013: 50. Childish Gambino – Because … Continue reading

Neeshland Podcast Episode #47

This week’s show was recorded as the Weerd Science Red Light Juliet CDs went on sale. Multitasking under severe pressure was interesting to say the least. Radio Xenu‘s chat room was into it though. Many of the premiere listeners felt this was the best Neeshcast playlist to date! A large portion of the playlist was inspired by tunes spun in … Continue reading

Skyline Cinema – Your Own Design (Review)

 Every now and then, you find a band that just sticks with you. Though it has only been a few months since I found Skyline Cinema– they have become a favorite of mine. Since the night of the launch of their single- Give Up, I’ve been hooked, and now they have released their debut EP titled “Your … Continue reading

The Venetia Fair – Every Sick, Disgusting Thought We’ve Got In Our Brain (Review)

Playing like the house band for a gallows humor carnival, The Venetia Fair’s new album, Every Sick, Disgusting Thought We’ve Got In Our Brain is a 49 minute roller coaster ride that starts off with “Too Late To Dream,” – its orchestral drums and somewhat Mariachi-style trumpet segueing into absolute mayhem. Which is not to … Continue reading

Time Travels – Secret (Review)

There exists a certain type of song most music listeners loathe known as “the song that ends way too soon.” Just when the song starts to swing, it abruptly ends, leaving the listener aggravated because we didn’t want it to end just yet. For New York-based indie-rockers Time Travels, the title track off their 5-song EP Secret is … Continue reading

The Grape and The Grain – Better Keep Digging (Review)

The Grape and The Grain is a project done by Daniel Grimsland who is the bassist of the band 3 and Time Travels. This album, however, features him playing everything one-man-band style: playing all the instruments and doing the vocals; that really shows how talented this man is. Better Keep Digging has a great sound that to me … Continue reading

Emerging Artist: Shapes & Colors

Rising from the ashes of Aria Aesthetic, Shapes & Colors is an alternative rock outfit hailing from Troy, Michigan. Debut album Hold Your Breath, released in May 2012, shows an incredible amount of promise for a group trying to find their niche in the industry. For a first album, Hold Your Breath is a refreshingly … Continue reading

Review: Young Dreams by Algebrahs

Algebrahs is an indie rock duo composed of Zachary Winans and Gio Prieto. They just released a five track album called Young Dreams on March 1st. What can I say? It’s awesome, well more than awesome. I’m a sucker for Indie and that is why I chose to do this review. Gio linked me to their … Continue reading

TheBand3’s bassist to release solo “full-band” album in April (preorder + song stream/download)

Daniel Grimsland‘s solo project, The Grape And The Grain, will see its first full release April 9th! Better Keep Digging was mixed by 3 bandmate, Joey Eppard, and is up for digital preorder right now for only $5! The one track that’s up currently, “Devils,” was world premiered back in September during an episode of … Continue reading

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