Albums

Reflections: Exi(s)t

For the past three years, progressive metal group Reflections have been racing through the ranks of the modern hardcore music scene. Their debut, The Fantasy Effect, proved to be the kick in the door they n...

Covenant: Leaving Babylon

Leaving Babylon is used to exhort Christians to leave the sinful world behind and to refuse to participate in political and social life. I would venture that Covenant meant some other variant of meaning. I ...

Julius Seizure: Trials

Julius Seizure are a local metal band, hailing from Clifton, NJ. In August 2013, they released their EP, Trials, with vocalist Charlie Corletta. The band follows a DIY approach, being heavily involved in al...

Duologue: Song & Dance

Though British band Duologue began making music in 2008, they just released their debut full-length, Song & Dance, in 2013. Formed by university acquaintances Tim Digby-Bell and Toby Leeming, the two re...

Grant Maloy Smith: Yellow Trailer

The name Grant Maloy Smith is not attached to any one genre, or for that matter, any specific style. Instead, over the years, Smith sought to create a multitude of different records ranging from the rock ‘n...

Mount Pressmore: Enjoy

Mount Pressmore are an indie jazz rock band formed in Austin in 2011, and they have just recorded their debut album, Enjoy. As the son of 14-time Grammy-winning composer Robert Shaw, lead singer Thomas Shaw...

Dead Waves: Take Me Away

New York City-based alternative punk band Dead Waves released their first EP, Kill The Youth, this past June, and wasted no time coming out with the follow-up. The group consists of drummer Fabien Streit an...

Jus Post Bellum: Oh July

Born of the classic American roots music out of the artistic catalyst that is Brooklyn, Jus Post Bellum are one of the few modern indie folk bands that do justice to the forerunners of the genre. Their soph...
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