Tag: alternative

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Cool Hand Luke Campaign...34 Hours to Go and Stretch Goals!

There is just 34 hours left to go as of this post on the Cool Hand Luke kickstarter campaign. Even though they are 100% funded, there is still time to order (double) vinyl, CDs, and other merch plus he has put up “stretch goals” which include stuff like getting CHL to make a video for the song “Taking Chances” and a special Vinyl pressing of either “Wake Up O Sleeper” or “Of Man”, both of which would be incredible. Continued →

Introducing: Narrow Skies

You might know Ben & Anita Tatlow from the Swedish husband and wife due Salt of the Sound. Now the couple have a new project called Narrow Skies. Narrow Skies is Nordic-inspired, nature-infused, reflective dream pop. Their debut EP Midnight Horizons is available now and is the first of four season inspired EPs to be released. Continued →

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Mayfly Call it Quits

Sad news to report to you today. The quickly rising numetal/rock band Mayfly, have unfortunately called it quits. This was a band on the rise and had so much potential but I guess sometimes good stories have to meet their end. I wish all the guys the best and hope that vocalist/guitarist will continue making music in some capacity because he had a killer voice.
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Cold Comfort

Cold Comfort Tease New Album

Raleigh’s own grunge/rap rock outfit Cold Comfort has announced a new album (or maybe EP?), set for release in TWO DAYS! It appears to be titled Year of the Crow.

Check out the cryptic  announcement video and their previous material below:

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Anchor and Braille - Songs for the Late Night Drive Home

REVIEW : Anchor & Braille - Songs for the Late Night Drive Home

Even the title of Anchor & Braille’s latest release conjures powerful emotions. Driving at night is certainly a mixed bag of emotions, but I’ve seen my fair share of it. Whether it’s driving through hours of open country fields or through a busy city at five in the morning, there’s a nature inclination to be pensive and introspective. Continued →

SCORE: 3 / 5   |   READ THE REVIEW

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