Written by | April 15, 2015 0:06 | No Comments

The EP has a youthful intensity and given the nobody in their twenties trio, Jacob Faber (drums) Nick Kivlen (vox/guitar) as well as Julia, that isn’t quite surprising. There is a sort of inquisitive arrogance to the band, who live together in a four room loft in Brooklyn like they are awaiting for the director of their reality show to shout action.

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Written by | March 23, 2015 0:08 | No Comments

The Bloodhounds, which are Aaron “Little Rock” Piedraita on rhythm guitar, Johnny Santana on bass, Branden Santos on lead guitar and Mark Schafler on drums and percussion, are releasing their debut album ‘Let Loose’ via Alive Naturalsound, and since the Origami crowd didn’t want to let them go and were asking for encores, they must have played most of the album.

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Written by | March 22, 2015 0:06 | No Comments

Satellite Sky is a new Australian duo featuring Pete Kicks and Kim Kicks and what more do you want to know when they already have this last name? Yes, they kick ass on vocals, guitar and drums, yes, they are brother and sister and yes, the girl is on drums just like another famous rock duo who were just faking their siblingness.

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Written by | March 20, 2015 0:05 | No Comments

The EP is kinda exciting in this temperate rock and roll moment: the band seem always on the verge of total collapse, they sound ;ike you just after you’re second Xanax, third line of coke and a double expresso in a bottle of red bull: somewhere between dizzy and dead right. “Handswaps” is a waking nightmare of a song!

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Written by | February 9, 2015 0:08 | No Comments

Minnow is one of the most highly anticipated independent bands of 2015, and it’s gonna be again a hard one to pigeonhole, but one thing is sure, they were all about moody atmospheres mixing a curious nostalgia with a dramatic and wrapping sound.

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Written by | December 31, 2014 0:09 | No Comments

a sumptuous symphonic band with layers of instrumentation and a cinematic approach to music. Their album is a lush orchestral affair, with poignant strings and Kristianne Bautista’s amazing and soulful voice. A must have. Essential tracks: ‘Forever Found’

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Written by | November 12, 2014 0:08 | No Comments

For a foreign band, at the smaller level that they are, Gnarwolves most definitely deserve more praise for their craft and should absolutely be headlining all of the big summer tours found in the American punk world.

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