The Mercury Program: Chez Viking

If you are going to name an album after the home of a Viking, it better be a good depiction of what the home of a Viking may be. This vocal-less album starts off with an upbeat fanfare that turns into a slower,...
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Job For A Cowboy: 0% Unemployment Rate

Glendale, AZ, unleashed the death metal quintet Job For A Cowboy in 2003 when the boys were between the ages of 15 and 16. Immediately finding a fan base, the band excelled at brutal vocals and purely metal gui...
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Devil Eyes: A Dirty Dance

Montreal-based Devil Eyes is a threesome with clearly distinct views on the type of music they want to play. Bringing these three views together, they released a self-titled album in October that is, in a nutsh...
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Alex Navarro: A Pop Pianist

Pop fusion pianist Alex Navarro just released his first studio album, Closer Than You Think. Though Navarro is primarily a pianist, this album features acoustic and electric instruments ranging anywhere from st...

Hockey: Mind Chaos

According to their bio, Hockey plays fun music. They are right. I wouldn’t be surprised if the album Mind Chaos is playing in the background of walk-around-with-red-wine-in-a-red-Solo-cup, smoke-cigarettes-on-b...
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Silverstein: A Shipwreck On The East Coast

Silverstein, the band that little scene girls love to flock to, released their fourth studio album, A Shipwreck In The Sand, in late March of 2009. The songs on this album are a little faster, a little heavier,...