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Category: CD Reviews

CD Review: Helado Negro – Invisible Life

CD Review: Helado Negro – Invisible Life

[ 0 ] March 5, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Shoe-gazing, dancing alone in a crowd while wearing headphones, mumbling in the rain and dreaming in a foreign language all touch on the feelings contained within the first track on Helado Negro’s Invisible Life. Roberto Carlos Lange fuses synthetic elements and samples with Spanish lyrics. “Lentamente” slowly moves from “Llumina Vos,” which […]

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CD Review: Sol Driven Train — Underdog; Playing @ Smith’s Olde Bar March 9th

CD Review: Sol Driven Train — Underdog; Playing @ Smith’s Olde Bar March 9th

[ 2 ] February 20, 2013 |

Sol Driven Train Underdog By Al Kaufman Sol Driven Train is made up of a bunch of happy guys from Charleston, SC who love making music and probably listened to a lot of Jimmy Buffett as kids. Their songs consist of loose, rootsy melodies infused with horns.  They sing carefree songs about the glories of […]

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CD Review: Buckcherry – Confessions

CD Review: Buckcherry – Confessions

[ 0 ] February 19, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge Fans on the bus with Buckcherry know the band for its rock appeal; the down and dirty life one would expect from a fast-soloing, hard living group of guys. And I may have always been running behind the bus unsure if I wanted on or not. I’ve seen Buckcherry open for […]

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CD Review: Big Wreck – Albatross

CD Review: Big Wreck – Albatross

[ 0 ] February 19, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge   A thick band of power chords grinds out early in the opening track, “Head Together,” on Big Wreck’s Albatross, effectively introducing the band’s first new album in ten years. For fans unfamiliar with Big Wreck, comparisons to Soundgarden and Led Zeppelin are fair considering Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Rush, Alice […]

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CD Review: Atlas Genius – When it was Now

CD Review: Atlas Genius – When it was Now

[ 0 ] February 18, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge Atlas Genius managed to do what almost every band wants to do and what very few achieve: buzz. Before the release of the band’s debut full-length, with only an EP, Atlas Genius generated quite a bit of well-deserved buzz. “Like an invitation you weren’t expecting to get, Atlas Genius knocks on […]

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CD Review: Puscifer – Donkey Punch the Night EP

CD Review: Puscifer – Donkey Punch the Night EP

[ 0 ] February 18, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge   I get nervous with my Puscifer CDs because I know I will want them around to comfort me when I need a pick me up song full of boldly layered lines and powerfully dynamic vocals. Many Tool fans assume Puscifer is frontman Maynard James Keenan’s bastard child; a joke band […]

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CD Review: Sandra McCraken – Desire Like Dynamite, Releases 2/14

CD Review: Sandra McCraken – Desire Like Dynamite, Releases 2/14

[ 0 ] February 13, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Like watercolor mixed with wine, Sandra McCracken’s smooth voice resonates like an artist’s paintbrush pulling color through grey on a canvas. “Fire cannot burn the same place twice,” in the first track’s chorus confirms that sensory detail introduces and collates the songs on Desire Like Dynamic. “Go” is one of three sneak […]

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CD Review: Foals – Holy Fire, Released Today 2/12

CD Review: Foals – Holy Fire, Released Today 2/12

[ 0 ] February 12, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge The cover art for Holy Fire stands out like a battle call for a new British invasion. The third Foals album follows two gold releases and solidifies the group in a similar fashion to a small business that outlives its first few years. Truth be told, I haven’t heard the band’s […]

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CD Review: Pissed Jeans – Honeys

CD Review: Pissed Jeans – Honeys

[ 0 ] February 11, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Punk rock and glam metal drove two divergent paths into the forest of music, so, when I hear about a band with a name like Pissed Jeans coming out of Allentown, Pennsylvania, with ‘80s hardcore punk influences I wonder if this is a group of basement dwelling geeks or a project to […]

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CD Review: Lost Animal – Ex Tropical

CD Review: Lost Animal – Ex Tropical

[ 0 ] February 4, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge Getting lost is one of the most attractive aspects of music. Concept albums and stacked up songs that let you lose and then find yourself layer by layer aid in catharsis as much as in solidifying an identity. Who would we be without those songs that sealed our first kisses and […]

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CD Review: Tegan & Sara — Heartthrob

CD Review: Tegan & Sara — Heartthrob

[ 0 ] January 31, 2013 |

Tegan & Sara Heartthrob Warner Brothers By Al Kaufman The indie pop darlings have discovered the ‘80s. The goal of the seventh album for the Canadian twin sisters was to write a batch of fun ‘80s synth-pop love songs, but add an undertone of darkness. They succeeded. Ditching their producer from the last two albums, […]

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CD Review: Trixie Whitley — Fourth Corner; Playing Eddie’s Attic Feb. 8th

CD Review: Trixie Whitley — Fourth Corner; Playing Eddie’s Attic Feb. 8th

[ 0 ] January 28, 2013 |

Trixie Whitley Fourth Corner Strong Blood By Al Kaufman There is a lot in a name. A name can be a hindrance and a help. In Trixie Whitley’s case, it is both.  The name “Trixie” may conjure up a Southern girl yodeling and drawling her way through the wonders of trailer park life. But Whitley […]

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CD Review: Phinehas – The Bridge Between

CD Review: Phinehas – The Bridge Between

[ 0 ] January 23, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge Once again, I find myself trying to explain that fine and shrinking line between gratingly abrasive and heart-poundingly cathartic—the kind of music that lets you unleash a day’s worth of intolerable bullshit from an unrelenting boss or a lifetime’s worth of oppression and misunderstanding. Granted, I less often feel the need for […]

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CD Review: Adam Ant – Adam Ant Is The Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner’s Daughter

CD Review: Adam Ant – Adam Ant Is The Blueblack Hussar in Marrying the Gunner’s Daughter

[ 0 ] January 23, 2013 |

On Tuesday, Adam Ant released his first album in 17 years – a collection of songs that are largely autobiographical in nature, with several nods to places and people he’s encountered along the road to pop stardom. After cutting his teeth at some of the UK’s toughest punk clubs,  Adam’s first gigs gave way to a striking Top of […]

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CD Review: Resolution 15 – Svaha, Released Today, Jan. 15

CD Review: Resolution 15 – Svaha, Released Today, Jan. 15

[ 0 ] January 15, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge Enticed by the promise of a twist on the same old metal, I opened up Resolution 15’s Svaha with low expectations, but an open mind. Unsure whether or not the description of violins replacing guitars in blistering thrash, punk and hardcore-influenced music could be accurate, I waded through the first three […]

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