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Tag: Ellen Eldridge

CD Review: Dream Theater – Dream Theater

CD Review: Dream Theater – Dream Theater

[ 0 ] September 23, 2013 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge   Don’t laugh at the fact that the self-titled album comes as the band’s 12th release. Instead, take it as a signal that Dream Theater has reinvented itself. “We felt like this is a period in our career where the music we are making is so right for who we are […]

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CD Review: Ministry – From Beer to Eternity

CD Review: Ministry – From Beer to Eternity

[ 0 ] September 10, 2013 |

By Ellen Eldridge   Calling the thirteenth Ministry release schizophrenic implies that Jourgensen’s work isn’t grounded in reality. From the chaotic beats and frenzied samples to the intermittent bursts from Jourgensen himself, From Beer to Eternity sounds off about the world. From the astounded “Holy cow!” introducing “Hail to His Majesty (Peasants)” through “Punch in […]

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Live Review & Picture Book: St. Lucia @ Vinyl, 3/19

Live Review & Picture Book: St. Lucia @ Vinyl, 3/19

[ 0 ] March 20, 2013 |

Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge Fans who caught St. Lucia opening for Ellie Goulding at The Tabernacle in January returned to the Vinyl last night to catch them headlining a show, with Haerts supporting. Both acts stood out for their vocalists, who each maintained a fun atmosphere of rhythm and dancing. St. Lucia singer […]

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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: 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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CD Review: The Romans – Coldest Weather

CD Review: The Romans – Coldest Weather

[ 0 ] October 22, 2012 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge The Coldest Weather debut introduces The Romans as empathetic to indie rock while immersed in influences from wider sources. Atlanta acts as a melting pot for music; so many genres and influences inspire the music from our city’s bands and The Romans belly up to the bar bringing a warm nostalgic […]

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CD Review: Amanda Palmer and The Grand Theft Orchestra – Theatre Is Evil, CD Release Tuesday, September 11th

CD Review: Amanda Palmer and The Grand Theft Orchestra – Theatre Is Evil, CD Release Tuesday, September 11th

[ 0 ] September 10, 2012 |

Review by Ellen Eldridge A strong well-spoken woman with a curse word for a middle name stands out as a woman I want to love. I’ll admit that I never heard The Dresden Dolls; my first introduction to Amanda Palmer came from her cover of Nirvana’s “Polly,” and my intense curiosity grew out of the […]

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Live Review and Picture Book: John Driskell Hopkins with Balsam Range @ Swallow at the Hollow, August 17th

Live Review and Picture Book: John Driskell Hopkins with Balsam Range @ Swallow at the Hollow, August 17th

[ 0 ] August 18, 2012 |

Review and photos by Ellen Eldridge Bluegrass and banjos can cause some to cringe, but Balsam Range backing John Driskell Hopkins (Zac Brown Band) made fans realize these smoky mountain boys blow minds. My pleasurable introduction took place last night in the incredibly intimate (104 capacity) barbeque restaurant, Swallow at the Hollow—an establishment seemingly designed […]

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CD Review: Matisyahu – Spark Seeker

CD Review: Matisyahu – Spark Seeker

[ 0 ] July 23, 2012 |

By Ellen Eldridge The chanted beginning of Matisyahu signals a fresh and inspiring take on rock-reggae. The significance of the album title, Spark Seeker, presents itself in the line, “These lies have got me tired; I’m free-falling, I’m done stalling,” that references the idea that music made inspires despite the music maker’s own struggle for […]

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CD Review: Beach House – Bloom, Released May 15

CD Review: Beach House – Bloom, Released May 15

[ 0 ] May 8, 2012 |

Beach House Bloom Subpop Records By Ellen Eldridge If ever a time to use the overused word ethereal, the latest Beach House release, Bloom, is that time. The overall sentiment starts with the line, “Drifting in and out” on “Myth,” and the backward catalog of song lyrics further shows an unbalance among elements of the […]

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