MUSIC REVIEWS

Anders/O’Bitz – This Mortal Farce EP

Anders/O’Bitz – This Mortal Farce EP, is their second release in 2020 (after the recent American Bardo album), and it comes with four marvelous numbers worth adding to any current library, playlist or however you select these days, as this duo hope listeners do without any fuss and bother between …

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“Everybody But Myself” by Rad Horror

Rad Horror aren’t your average millennial indie rock act, and in this sense, their new single and music video “Everybody But Myself” isn’t your average millennial indie rock single. Beyond its post-pop cues and stylistic origins that seem clearly rooted more in the cerebral side of rock’s history than it …

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Number Prophets Releases “Notes on the Crises” (EP)

With a raging rhythm immediately distinguishing their passion from that of their closest rivals in and out of the American underground, alternative rock crew Number Prophets welcome us into their new EP Notes on the Crises with a bang, signaling much of what listeners can expect to hear in all four songs …

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Moon Fever Releases “Undertaker” Single

There’s nothing particularly unconventional about the way that Moon Fever attack the opening bars of their new single “Undertaker” on the surface; there’s a lot of distortion on the riff, plenty of adrenaline behind the percussion – though the rhythm is more pendulous than it is rushed – and the …

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“Get Up And Dance (electro remix)” from Zarbo

You’ve worked hard all day or all week and now is the time to get that body grooving. Get that body of yours dancing. The contagious beat and infectious chorus in the song “Get Up And Dance (electro remix)” from Zarbo is the perfect anecdote to low-energy and taking away …

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Marcello Vieira Releases “Southern Outlaw”

Marcello Vieira is electrifying. In his unique prose-like lyrics and churning rhythm section in the new single “Southern Outlaw” listeners might find themselves part of the cavalry chasing after this bandit. It’s a fun song with at times serious messaging, but by its end, it’s still the type of song …

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Chris Ning “Explode” (SINGLE)

For some of us who keep up with the pop beat on both sides of the dial, the insularity of the mainstream and its most popular artists’ output has become more than a little hard to deal with in 2020 – honestly, it’s a rather shocking and deafening response to …

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