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Posted 15 Dec 2011 @ 9:27am

Super groups can be risky. Too many strong personalities can cloud the vision of an album, too many cooks in the kitchen can spoil the broth, and so on and so forth. With the amount of local talent brimming from The Miserable Little Bastards cup this could have been the case but the first album from the collective is anything but a spoilt broth. In fact, the eight musicians that make up the...

Posted 28 Sep 2011 @ 11:11am

It’s been five years since Incubus has released new material and the release of latest record If Not Now, When? will split the loyal fanbase in half. For a majority of listeners, the band had slipped into general unconsciousness, recalled only briefly in a nostalgic listen to Make Yourself. Coupled with Brandon Boyd’s forgettable solo release The Wild Trapeze, the casual listener’s...

Posted 11 Aug 2011 @ 8:41am

Attractive cover art, my existing regard for their music, and news of the original band reuniting after seven years separation, roused my curiosity about alt-rockers Taking Back Sunday's self-titled album. As if returning to an old lover, embracing memories glossed with retrospect, only to realise that the past can't be recaptured, I was subconsciously hoping to hear another Tell All Your...

Posted 27 Jul 2011 @ 3:13pm

Attractive cover art, my existing regard for their music, and news of the original band reuniting after seven years separation, roused my curiosity about alt-rockers Taking Back Sunday's self-titled album. As if returning to an old lover, embracing memories glossed with retrospect, only to realise that the past can't be recaptured, I was subconsciously hoping to hear another Tell All Your...

Posted 8 Jul 2011 @ 10:35am

Listening to Move To California, one of the highlights off Times New Viking’s prior LP Born Again Revisited, you almost had the sense that there was a gentle pop track whimpering to be released from underneath the relentless pounding of drums and overblown, but not exactly distorted, guitar licks.

 

 

Funnily enough, it was none other than masters to the apprentices Yo La...

Posted 20 Apr 2011 @ 10:47am

 

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