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Milton J and The Leftovers Release Debut Video, “Killing Dreams”. Off of Upcoming ‘Vain Wisdom’ LP

Alternative Rock/Hip-Hop Quintet Milton J and The Leftovers have released the debut video for “Killing Dreams” off of their upcoming Vain Wisdom album. “Killing Dreams” combines the compositional depth of a fully rounded instrumental orchestration with sharp, provocatively subversive lyrics. The track was an opportunity for me to express the …

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Album Review: Adept – Sleepless

Swedish metalcore group Adept has released their fourth full-length album, Sleepless with Napalm Records. After experiencing and overcoming several setbacks that delayed the release, the band ultimately created a 10-track record that ventures into deep veins of angst and loneliness. Making up Adept is Robert Ljung on vocals, Gustav Lithammer …

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The Metamorfosi – Chrysalis

The Metamorfosi – Chrysalis URL: http://metamorfosiband.com/chrysalis-the-new-album-by-the-metamorfosi/ Chrysalis, the follow up to The Metamorfosi’s debut album Chimica Ormonale, is their first English language effort and sets the bar high for any future releases. The Metamorfosi are quite unique in their seemingly effortless ability for blending a variety of sonic elements into …

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Album Review: Tehnoloogiline Päike- Technological Sun

Estonian synth-pop outfit Tehnoloogiline Päike have released Technological Sun, their third full length LP. It’s a dreamy, stumbling, seven track journey through the mind of Tehnoloogiline Päike frontman Evar Anvelt, complete with tinny synth hooks and expansive, all-encompassing reverb. The origins of Technological Sun are fairly literal and to-the-point: Technological …

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Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival

Nathan Mathes – Anajune Rival URL: http://nathanmathes.com/albums.html Sometimes album titles come from the oddest places as we tend to connect in our head space more than one influence into our creative genius. Exactly the combo needed evidently for Nathan Mathes latest folk-indie-alt-rock album, Anajune Rival. A blend of things that …

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