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Coopertheband – Kingdoms

Coming out from Tennessee with their sophomore effort, Kingdoms, Coopertheband bring a new take to the alternative/indie sound with a mixture of soft sound, and different instrumentations through the 11 songs. How does it fair? Firstly, the instrumentation on each of the tracks may be simple, but used to great …

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Album Review: Long Time – Never Alone

Boston-based rock trio Long Time‘s debut album Never Alone is certainly an interesting listen. The band’s traditional format of lead singer/guitarist, bassist, and drummer means that although you may have never listened to them before, their music is easily recognisable and enjoyable. For a first full length release, Never Alone …

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Interview with Jack Murphy of Youth Killed It

Drawing a great deal of attention to themselves in the touring circuit, sad boy alternative quartet Youth Killed It released their debut record, Modern Bollotics this May; a 12 track album that’s pristine and perfect sound makes for their perfect break in their genre. Modern Bollotic’s grit alongside clear post-punk influences carry lyrics with …

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