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Written by | January 6, 2012 0:14 | No Comments

It is a cinematic tale juxtaposing violence coming from human then nature itself, with a horrific development and an escape after the apocalypse. Or may be the whole thing was just a dream?

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Written by | January 5, 2012 0:07 | No Comments

I always thought the song quite good. Which is why I find this jam session version so repulsive. The song and the band are very similar to the stage shown in this video. An overcrowded mess, like a dorm room floor.

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Written by | December 26, 2011 0:09 | No Comments

The song shake “Shake” is a hot mess of thumps and bongo stuff peppered with some filth and a nice dash of Mr 305. This thing is six years old released in 2006, it never made it past the #41 spot on Billboard but what the hell do they know about music anyway?

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Written by | December 22, 2011 0:05 | No Comments

an abstract experience going on the trippy psychedelic side, with a few close-ups of human and canine lips and wet tongues that can make you borderline uncomfortable

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Written by | December 21, 2011 0:03 | No Comments

The duck lipped girls doing the snake are so bland and bored that I wonder if the band slipped them all ruffies to get them to even get on camera. The cheap location the repetition of the mundane track and the lack of testosterone in the vocal make me wonder how these guys still have a label.

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Written by | December 19, 2011 0:11 | No Comments

it sounds like a cross between Matt & Kim, Jessie J, and Nicki Minaj; this is what Karmin describes as Swag Pop. Now, this may sound like quite the perplexing combination of sounds, and trust me: I’m not the biggest fan of Nicki or Jessie, but it is this strange sound that makes Karmin so unique

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Written by | December 7, 2011 0:04 | No Comments

a stereotypical jaunt as death haunts you and offers you forbidden fruit and the band is adorable in white suits and the song…the song is glorious. Beautiful lyrics, well excecuted and of course the amazing Dennis Lee, who prevents this band from becoming just another hard rock band.

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Written by | December 6, 2011 0:08 | No Comments

The tune really doesn’t wow me but its great to know the band is still together and functioning. I figure they used up all the cash from “Move Along’, which must have got a ton of attention since it was in the video game Rockband.

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Written by | 0:11 | No Comments

The new Guards’ black and white video posted by yourstru.ly could just give me the excuse to talk about this band again, but it is actually so good that it should not be an excuse. I saw Guards live almost a year ago, and I immediately downloaded their EP (it was even free!) and I am still listening it to a year later. You really should do the same: http://guards.bandcamp.com/album/guards-ep

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Written by | November 30, 2011 0:14 | No Comments

Melodic story telling from such a young face. There must be some history there. The video below for “Boogie Man”, describes fear so eloquently that I cant help wondering what has scared Grieves so deeply that he can convey his message like this.

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Written by | November 23, 2011 0:07 | No Comments

“Fifty Words For Snow” a cute Eskimo themed ditty if youre so inclined to abstract. Head over to NPR, those highbrows are toasting it with Perrier and wearing sweatervests about it. Me? A bit to ethereal a little too ‘hipper than you’

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Written by | November 18, 2011 0:14 | No Comments

‘Raw Meat’ is one of these poppy-sunny-surfy-catchy songs that fill their album, and Director Phil Pinto chose to turn down the brightness of the tune with a black and white movie, and the guys behaving more or less like some reincarnation of the Beastie Boys singing a Ramones-inspired tune.

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Written by | November 13, 2011 0:03 | No Comments

Take Paul Simonon and Damon Albers add a dreadlocked mastervoice and you have proof positive that everyone should carry a video camera. In one personell change a song that was coming over as a sappy mess turned in to a sexy tune worth hearing.

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Written by | November 9, 2011 0:10 | No Comments

You Me At Six, is a great band but uh oh, someone needs to put them back on track. The song begins well enough with a powerful beat and deep sound but the chorus? The chorus is the most dreadful generic rock band inspired wavelength of vomit I have heard in a great while. Its as if they just said ‘aww fuckit’ and threw it on tape.

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Written by | November 7, 2011 0:05 | No Comments

Could you get more cool than having your Wikipedia page explain your band name as follows “Mark Foster originally named his band Foster & the People, but people misheard it as “Foster the People”. Eventually, he took to the nurturing image it evoked of “taking care” of the people, so the name stuck” I think not and their latest video just proves that the band has lost its fringe.

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