Tag: eleventyseven

December 28, 2020

February 12, 2020

November 11, 2019

Eleventyseven Launch Kickstarter for New Album, Already Funded!

In case you were living in the dark, the band Eleventyseven have been putting out quite a few independent releases the past couple of years all of which are awesome in their own right. Well the band is back with a followup to Rad Science, a brand new record titled “Basic Glitches” which will see release on January 17th. The band launched a kickstarter recently and have already reached full funding status in just a couple of days.… Continued →

April 14, 2019

January 26, 2018

November 30, 2017

What Did You Listen to? – November 2017

I love “best of” lists. But I hate waiting until the end of the year for them. Hence my new monthly feature “What Did You Listen To?” Leave a comment and let me know what you listened to this month. Here are few of my favorite releases from November 2017: Kingslynn – Into the White LightWhat Did You Listen to? – November 2017 Into the White Light is the debut album from the indie pop band from Miami, FL.… Continued →

November 12, 2017

October 28, 2017

Eleventyseven - Holding Out (Song Stream)

Check out this candy coated ear drum teasing new synth-pop-punk single from those crazy dancing unicorns in disguise, Eleventyseven. The band’s new album “Rad Science” officially releases 11-7-17. More news and witty adjectives to describe my complete and utter infatuation with the music of Eleventyseven, to follow upon careful inspection of “Rad Science” myself. Oh and if you forgot to buy this album drop what you’re doing right now and click here to purchase items in the band’s official webstore.… Continued →

September 11, 2017

August 29, 2017

Eleventyseven to Release a RAD Album in November, Kickstarter Campaign Now Launched

Electro-pop-punk band, Eleventyseven, are releasing their first new full length in almost 7 years and it will be titled….wait for it….RAD SCIENCE! Get ready for an absolute ear hole explosion of pure joy and unrelenting melodies sure to make a fan out of out anyone including even the grumpiest of family members. The group have launched their new kickstarter campaign to fund the release of this RAD album right here. So jump on the chance to contribute to this outrageously cool, out of this world RAD campaign and let’s get Eleventyseven music back in people’s hearts!… Continued →

January 20, 2017

November 26, 2016

November 6, 2016

The Fast Feeling - Factions

The Fast Feeling have released a lyric video for their intense new song titled “Factions” which you can view/listen to below. The Fast Feeling features members of Five Iron Frenzy and The Jellyrox/Eleventyseven. The new band just finished up a successful new album campaign on indiegogo where they raised over $11k to fund the release of their debut album. If you haven’t heard their other song “Break”, you can get it free on “Hearts Bleed Passion Vol.… Continued →

August 29, 2012

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June 26, 2009

REVIEW : Eleventyseven - Adventures In Eville

Artist: Eleventyseven Album: Adventures In Eville Label: Independent Released: 6/16/09 Reviewer: Tyler Hess Tracklisting:
  1. Nightmare
  2. The Best I can
  3. Evil Genius
  4. Trying
  5. Redeem The Scene
  6. Prom Song
  7. Lonely Word
  8. Back When We Were Kids
  9. Like You Rock
  10. End Of Time
I don’t think that the wool is going to be pulled over anyone’s eyes with this band, I think after three releases it is pretty obvious where this band is at musically and I doubt anything is going to change any time soon.… Continued →

January 21, 2009

REVIEW : Eleventyseven - Galactic Conquest

Band: Eleventyseven Album: Galactic Conquest Label: Sony BMG/Flicker Records Reviewed by: Tyler Hess If I have at any time over the past four months of writing reviews gained any scene points, street cred. or Dundee awards for anything I’ve written, I’m fully prepared for the chance that I’m going to get them all taken away right now. Jumping on the bandwagon before it was way overcrowded, Eleventyseven busted out with their sophomore release by adding quite a bit of the now all too familiar electronica to their pop-punk act in quite a diversion, musically, from their first release “and the land of the fake believe”.… Continued →