Albums

Blank Realm: Grassed Inn

Australian band Blank Realm have returned with their latest record, Grassed Inn, which is the first since their sophomore release, 2012's Go Easy. The quartet consists mainly of the Spencer siblings: vocali...

Eureka Birds: Strangers

Strangers picks up the momentum for Eureka Birds after a three-year silence in recorded materials following 2010’s EP Eureka! and their 2008 self-titled debut. In the realm of indie pop records, this one hi...

Candy Warpop: Transdecadence

Hailing from Los Angeles, Candy Warpop sound like what would happen if Lou Reed, Debbie Harry and Joan Jett made a record together. Transdecadence is their psychedelic debut and was crowd-funded by fans who...

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...
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