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Astroblue Express – Quarter to Somewhere

For fans of Grimes, Die Antwood, or any other new age experimental sounds, self-titled “dream pop” group Astroblue Express dropped debut album, Quarter to Somewhere on Ape Eye Records. With little to no presence in the online music world, Astroblue Express have easily crept their way into music blogs all …

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Album Review: Noumena – Myrrys

Another 2017 headbanger arises this week from the Land of a Thousand Metal Bands in the form of Noumena’s fifth album, Myrrys. The album title (meaning “ruckus” or “uproar” in old Finnish), paired with the striking cover art, portend a collection of punishers tinged by the savagery and ferociousness that …

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Album Review: Northlane – Mesmer

Australian metal band Northlane have returned with their surprise album Mesmer which continues to showcase their ever-evolving sound. Northlane’s first two albums, Discoveries and Singularity, were fairly straightforward metalcore projects but the band took a more progressive approach with their 2015 release, Node. Northlane have continued with these musical risks …

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Album Review: Halflives – Empty Rooms

With an overwhelming amount of support, pop-rock outfit Halflives are delighted to announce the release of their debut album Empty Rooms. Available April 14th, the band delivers eight soaring tracks overflowing with raw emotion. Based in Modena, Italy, the quintet is made up of Linda Battilani (vocals), Enrico Bertoni (guitar, …

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