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Category: CD Reviews

CD Review: Megadeth – Super Collider (Released TODAY June 4th)

CD Review: Megadeth – Super Collider (Released TODAY June 4th)

[ 0 ] June 4, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Leave it to me to completely miss the countdown, slow stream of singles and sneak peaks leading to one of my favorite bands’ 14th album, Super Collider. I had seen flashes of criticisms and the typical call outs “MegaDave” on Facebook, but as I powered through the laundry list of things in […]

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CD Review: Alice In Chains – The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

CD Review: Alice In Chains – The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

[ 0 ] May 28, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Upon hearing the first grungy bend of “Hollow” on The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, the fifth studio release by Alice In Chains, fans will quickly need to reconcile their feelings on whether or not the band is stretching its musical wings enough, but the future looks bright for this group of survivors […]

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CD Review: Radiation City- Animals in the Median; Play the Earl 6/6

CD Review: Radiation City- Animals in the Median; Play the Earl 6/6

[ 0 ] May 21, 2013 |

Radiation City Animals in the Median Tender Loving Empire By Al Kaufman On their sophomore record, Animals in the Median, Radiation City has done the near impossible. They have made electronic music sound warm and soulful. The five-piece (three boys, two girls) indie band out of Portland, Oregon has created an album full of rhythmic […]

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CD Review: Gunslinger – Breaking Through- Out 4/9!

CD Review: Gunslinger – Breaking Through- Out 4/9!

[ 0 ] April 8, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Gunslinger’s Breaking Through begins with the title track buzzing like a rattlesnake’s warning. A crescendo of fuzzy noise seeps in like the maddening poison taking hold and intoxicating the listener. The phrases “The sleep is through” and “with hunger in our eyes” paint an image akin to Jim Morrison prophesying from a […]

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CD Review: Telekinesis – Dormarion

CD Review: Telekinesis – Dormarion

[ 0 ] April 5, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Michael Benjamin Lerner is the man behind the band Telekinesis. At 26, he has weathered through life’s ups and downs and recorded his thoughts across three albums. Dormarion succinctly completes a sort of circle around his previous two albums, 2009’s self-titled debut and 2011’s 12 Desperate Straight Lines. The haunting echo of […]

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CD Review: David Mayfield Parade — Good Man Down; Playing @ Smith’s Olde Bar April 12th

CD Review: David Mayfield Parade — Good Man Down; Playing @ Smith’s Olde Bar April 12th

[ 0 ] April 2, 2013 |

The David Mayfield Parade Good Man Down Beautywood Records By Al Kaufman With crystalline vocals reminiscent of a young James Taylor, it would be easy for David Mayfield to write adult contemporary songs and have middle-aged women swoon over him for the rest of his life, but Mayfield isn’t that type of guy. He spent […]

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CD Review: Caveman — Caveman; Playing @ The Drunken Unicorn April 6th

CD Review: Caveman — Caveman; Playing @ The Drunken Unicorn April 6th

[ 0 ] April 2, 2013 |

Caveman Caveman Fat Possum By Al Kaufman When the Brooklyn quintet, Caveman, released their debut CD, CoCo Beware, it raised enough of a ruckus in the indie pop world that it was eventually picked up by Fat Possum Records.  For their self-titles sophomore release, but first one with actual label backing, they first escaped to […]

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CD Review: Beth Hart – Bang Bang Boom Boom – Out TOMORROW April 2nd!

CD Review: Beth Hart – Bang Bang Boom Boom – Out TOMORROW April 2nd!

[ 0 ] April 1, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge I actually Googled “Baddest Blues” to see if the song of the same title was originally written by blues singer Billie Holiday or maybe Nina Simone, but Beth Hart simply drew from these great inspirations and then some (according to her own list of artists to whom she dedicated Bang Bang Boom […]

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CD Review: Milk Carton Kids — The Ash & Clay; Playing Eddie’s Attic April 18th

CD Review: Milk Carton Kids — The Ash & Clay; Playing Eddie’s Attic April 18th

[ 0 ] March 26, 2013 |

Review by: Al Kaufman Led by bands such as Mumford and Sons and The Lumineers, folk-rock is enjoying a revival. People keep coming back to the earthiness of the music. The songs are pretty and melodic, with lots of harmonies and enough hooks to stay wedged between your ears for a few days, or at […]

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CD Review: Suicidal Tendencies – 13

CD Review: Suicidal Tendencies – 13

[ 0 ] March 26, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge On the one hand, hearing that Suicidal Tendencies releases its first new album in 13 years makes me reminisce on the bands that plowed me through the ‘90s; on the other hand, a nagging voice asks, “Really?” because didn’t Megadeth just release an album called 13 in 2011? But Suicidal announces […]

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CD Review: Sevendust – Black Out the Sun

CD Review: Sevendust – Black Out the Sun

[ 0 ] March 25, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge Black Out the Sun is the ninth release by Atlanta natives Sevendust since 1997; this release also marks the first time the band has taken more than two years to release an album as Cold Day Memory came out in 2010. The guys must have taken the extra year to nail […]

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CD Review: Colleen Green – Sock it to Me Drops Tuesday, March 19th

CD Review: Colleen Green – Sock it to Me Drops Tuesday, March 19th

[ 0 ] March 19, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge The Descendents’ influence on Colleen Green extends through fuzzy guitars, growling amps and quietly melodious vocals on her full-length Sock it to Me (3/19 Hardly Art Records). She has been described as “long hair and getting high,” by Joe Bernardi, and if that doesn’t speak to the theme and the undercurrent […]

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CD Review: Intronaut – Habitual Levitations Drops Tuesday, March 19th

CD Review: Intronaut – Habitual Levitations Drops Tuesday, March 19th

[ 0 ] March 18, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge The word Intronaut makes me think of a spacesuit-clad band destined only to open for bigger bands, spiraling out musically while standing still on stage. After listening to Habitual Levitations, I feel quite certain that Intronaut will break out of its well-earned slot opening for bands including Tool and Meshuggah. Maybe […]

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CD Review: Anthrax – Anthems; Drops March 19th

CD Review: Anthrax – Anthems; Drops March 19th

[ 0 ] March 18, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge I’ll be the first to admit that my love of Anthrax and Scott Ian stem from Ian’s appearance on The Simpsons more than does it for my indulging in the band’s discography. Not that I ever had anything against Anthrax; I just didn’t get too into any of the albums minus […]

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CD Review: Shooter Jennings – The Other Life, Releases March 12th

CD Review: Shooter Jennings – The Other Life, Releases March 12th

[ 0 ] March 11, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge   If Waylon Jennings hadn’t given his seat up on the famous flight Buddy Holly chartered in 1958 that crashed on the “day the music died,” son “Shooter” would never have lived to combine the psychedelic influence of Pink Floyd with the earthy soul of outlaw country music.   His 1979 arrival […]

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