Tag: Relient K

November 1, 2011


During their Vans Warped Tour stop in Toronto this summer, we had the opportunity to sit down with Ethan Luck (drums) from Relient K.

October 3, 2011

February 12, 2011

September 29, 2009

September 13, 2009

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 →

June 17, 2009

October 6, 2008

REVIEW : Relient K - The Birds and The Bee Sides / The Nashville Tennis EP

Artist: Relient K Album: The Nashville Tennis EP and The Bird And The Bee Sides Release Date: 7/1/2008 Label: Gotee Records Reviewer: Tyler Hess The Nashville Tennis EP 1. Where Do I Go From Here 2. The Scene And Herd 3. At Least We Made It This Far 4. The Last, The Lost, The Least 5. The Lining Is Silver 6. There Was No Thief 7. No Reaction 8. Curl Up And Die 9. You’ll Always Be My Best Friend 10.… Continued →

September 25, 2008

REVIEW : Nevertheless - In The Making...

Artist: Nevertheless Album: Spark Label: Flicker Records Release Date: September 16th, 2008 Review by: Tyler Hess
  1. Sleeping In
  2. It’s True
  3. Cross My Heart
  4. It’s No Secret
  5. Rest
  6. I Needed This
  7. Longshot
  8. Augustine
  9. Topics
  10. When I’m Alone
  11. I Found My Way Back Again
Quite frankly, if you are into pop rock and do not appreciate Nevertheless’ new album, In The Making…, I am just not buying your excuses.  I have heard that their lyrics are devoid of hope, I have heard that they are generic, I have heard that they are slower than their previous effort, “Live Like We’re Alive”, and that there is too much piano. … Continued →