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Welcome to #Music Monday! Featuring: DESTINATION DIMENSION

Connecticut progressive metalcore outfit Destination Dimension independently released their debut EP Mantodea on October 30th. Running at just under 20 minutes, Mantodea is a soundscape of soaring harmonies and teeth-cutting riffage. The first track, “Outlander,” comes right out of the gate with a fantastical guitar riff that immediately sets the energy of the track. Guitarist…
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December 2, 2019 0

Welcome to #Music Monday! Featuring: SAINT LORETTO

By: Nick Manduley Austin, Texas alternative pop artist Saint Loretto released his sophomore LP, Passage / S, on March 29th. Clocking in at 30 minutes, this album is on the shorter side, but if there’s anything Saint Loretto mastermind Evan Crowley has clearly figured out, it’s that less is more. The release kicks off with…
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November 25, 2019 0

Welcome to #Music Monday! Featuring: ENSO ANIMA

By: Nick Manduley With the progressive post-hardcore genre flowering into a vibrant online community over recent years, the interwebs have become flooded with wildly talented bands influenced by iconic progressive, math-rock, and alternative acts new and old; these acts include but are in no way limited to Yes, The Fall Of Troy, Thrice, Dance Gavin…
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November 18, 2019 0

Welcome to #Music Monday! Featuring: BONSAI TREES

By: Nick Manduley Hartford, Connecticut alt-rockers Bonsai Trees independently released their latest record Learn to Grow on May 3rd, 2019. In a bit under 40 minutes, the 3-piece from New England takes the listener on an emotional, rock-and-roll, hook-fueled journey leaving them anticipating what they’re going to do next; and if you’re a new listener,…
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November 11, 2019 0

Welcome to #Music Monday! Featuring: GOOD GAME

By: Nick Manduley Pennsylvania math-rockers Good Game’s latest release, Good Luck Have Fun, is a soundscape of inventive musicianship, melodic vocals, and haunting harmonies. The three-track EP starts promptly with the explosive track “Supercollider? I Just Met Her.” The listener is immediately bombarded by beastly clean-toned guitar riffage, chase by vocalist Addy Harris belting out…
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November 4, 2019 0

Welcome to #Music Monday! Featuring: DUMP HIM

Massachusetts queer-core punks Dump Him released their newest full-length production Dykes To Watch Out For on August 30th via Get Better Records & Musical Fanzine Records. Though the ten-song record clocks in at a rather brief 23 minutes, do not be fooled; Dykes is like a punch to the face from Regina George- awesome! The…
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September 9, 2019 0

Music Existence Reviews Silver Relics New Album ‘Generic.’

“Overall, I was impressed with how well Sepassi’s and Alvis’s abilities translated in a full-length setting. Their balance of heavy, clean, and electronic elements works effectively, especially when set as the backdrop to a clever narrative about the human experience.”   Click here to read the full review of Silver Relics’ Generic. on Music Existence.


June 5, 2019 0

New Noise Magazine Reviews HereComeHere’s Chernobyl

HereComeHere‘s latest album release, Chernobyl, has been receiving some serious acclaim since it’s debut back in April.  Most recently, New Noise Magazine took the time break down each track of the album in a review for their site.  They praised the production value of record, saying the clean vocals and guitar tones aren’t far off…
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May 16, 2017 0

Canadian Beats Reviews Return For Refund’s Lift You Up EP

By now you’ve heard about Return For Refund‘s newest release, the Lift You Up EP. After seeing the band live at their tour stop in Guelph, Canadian Beats took sometime to listen through the whole album, and write a comprehensive review! The blog commented on the band’s unique approach to recording the album live-off-the-floor, saying…
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May 2, 2017 0

The Fountainhead Focus Reviews HereComeHere’s Chernobyl

The Fountainhead Focus recently took some time to check out our own HereComeHere‘s newest release, Chernobyl. “After starting with a much more pop-punk sound,” the blog commented, “the group (with a small lineup change) started to create something different – a more melodic, complex and even slightly darker sound.” The full article takes you track-by-track…
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April 28, 2017 0