Archive for the ‘Music – Alt/Indie Rock’ Category

Music Review: Kopek – White Collar Lies

Kopek is an Irish rock trio out of Dublin who released their first CD “White Collar Lies” on iTunes back in June. The hard copy version will be out in mid-September, so you still have plenty of time to decide if you want to download now, or go oldschool to wait for the disc.  I […]

Music Review: Papa Roach – Metamorphosis

Papa Roach has an image problem.  When starting to work on this review, I popped their new CD “Metamorphosis” into Winamp & immediately noticed they were categorized as ‘Rap Metal’.   While that might have been true at one point, this is a band that has obviously been influenced by their time on Cruefest (specifically Sixx […]

John Wilkes Booth

Normally I’m not a fan of band names that may (or may not) be glorifying presidential assassins, but I’ll make an exception in this case - John Wilkes Booth out of Long Island, NY.  Found these guys online, or more accurately they found ME, and have been jamming out on their Myspace tunes all afternoon (which loads […]

Ludo

Saw the zanyness known as Ludo again last night. This time, I took my wife since she enjoys the song ‘Love Me Dead’ and had never seen the guys live. It was a fun show, as expected. Small turn-out at the venue but what they lacked in numbers they made up in enthusiasm. If you […]

Music Review: Edison Glass – Time is Fiction [Credential]

Deviating from my norm a lot this time by listening to the sophmore full release from indie rockers Edison Glass.  Named after a fictional collaboration between Thomas Edison (more cowbell?) and Phillip Glass, this foursome from Long Island consists of brothers Joe (drums) and Josh “Mountain” (vocals/bass) Morin, Joshua Silverberg (vocals/guitar) and James Usher (guitar), and produces tight […]

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