The Wild One – YellaCatt  (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

Music makes the perfect platform for people who have something to say. In fact having done the work to get your creations to a point where you have a captive audience, where you have developed your own sonic signature so effectively that it is heard above the white noise of the modern musical world, it... Continue Reading →

Canada’s Kiwi Jr. release “Gimme More”

Previous to today’s video Kiwi Jr have shared the album’s title track and “Salary Man.” Football Money will be released world-wide via Persona Non Grata Records (following debut EP by Pip Blom). The album had a Canadian release this past March on Mint Records. The album was engineered by Aaron Goldstein, and mixed by Holy Fuck's Graham Walsh. The band have... Continue Reading →

Where Do The Children Play – Sovereign Sounds

The world turning around us is becoming an ever more opinionated, polarized and divided place. Amidst the cacophony of 24/7 news coverage designed more to entertain than to inform, political correctness has taken center stage. In this maelstrom stirred up by unscrupulous politicians more concerned with maintaining the status quo than the welfare of their... Continue Reading →

It Ain’t Over Yet for Some Bodies

New single ‘Ain’t Over Yet’ is out now and the band tell us that “Ain’t Over Yet is the vague existential subconscious between the rest of our tracks. It’s the fear and the hope, the innocent childhood and the corrupted adult, a ghost in the astral plane. We stripped away all the noise of modern... Continue Reading →

Noctorum launch funding campaign in wake of PledgeMusic collapse

Noctorum, a duo comprised of guitarist/singer-songwriter Marty Willson-Piper (The Church, All About Eve, The Saints, Anekdoten) and producer Dare Mason, are streaming 'Dancing With Death', the lead track from their new ‘The Afterdeath’ EP. The band recently announced this release in the wake of PledgeMusic’s collapse. The band had raised a sizeable sum for the release of Noctorum’s... Continue Reading →

Smile – Ed James (reviewed by T. Bebedor)

There is a thought in music that the freshest, boldest sounds come from the younger musicians, from those coming through with something new and dramatic that will test and blur the borders of music. Unfortunately the audience is rarely able to keep up with these new directions so inevitably there is an audience preferring to... Continue Reading →

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