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Shadowplay – Almost Lifelike [Review]

 Featured image by Reji B. Photography This review has been a long time coming. Ever since I featured this release on my Post Hardcore Bandcamp Adventures this has been in the works. Life has happened and pushed it back quite a few times, but here it

Bandcamp Adventures 8: #PostHardcore

In this week’s bandcamp adventures, we’ll be looking at music with the “Post Hardcore” tag! Enjoy! – 1 – LIGHTSOUT – Fighting Chance Dortmund, Germany tags: metalcore, metal, hardcore, punk, melodic hardcore, metallic hardcore, post hardcore Metalcore / Post Hardcore / Melodic hardcore more on the

Bandcamp Adventures 6 – #FlashbackFriday

This post will be a little different. Instead of just looking at a specific tag/genre, I’ll be looking at all the music that I’ve found through my time using bandcamp. My personal favorites, albums and eps that I still listen to to this day. –

Nirvana’s Debut Album Bleach Covered Entirely by Various Artists

In honor of Record Store Day Virginia based record label Robotic Empire released their third Nirvana tribute album. Independent bands come together and cover every song off of Nirvana’s debut (and arguably best) LP, Bleach. The artists that recorded the covers range from Defeater, Circa

Weezer (White Album)- Review

  Recommended Tracks: Do You Want To Get High, King Of The World, L.A. Girlz (basically fuzzy Pinkerton-y goodness) So last year we were graced with Everything Will Be Alright In The End by Weezer, which I thought was a great step in the right

Collective Soul- “See What You Started By Continuing” Full Album Stream

  © 2015 YouTube, LLC   When I hear about the band Collective Soul, my mind automatically thinks about the nineties. Most of my generation from that time period have forgotten about the bands we grew up with because of all the music we are

Artist Feature: Yugen (Columbus, OH)

Yugen can be described as many things. The first thing that comes to mind is Psychedelic Rock. After multiple listens one starts to realize that the band draws influence from nearly every  major genre that exists in music. This five (sometimes 6) piece collective’s self

Nirvana Live At The MTV Video Music Awards 1992 1080p HD

The king of the 90’s grunge scene, Kurt Cobain, shocked everyone at the ’92 VMA’s when he began singing “Rape Me” (the ONE song MTV asked him not to play) before a very confused band paused and began playing “Lithium”. Krist Novoselic knocking himself out with

Kurt Cobain Documentary- “Montage of Heck”

On May 4 HBO will finally unleash this beast of a film we’ve all been waiting so many years for. In the past we were promised Cobain documentaries, but with the knowledge that it wouldn’t really feel authentic. THIS film, however, gets the greatest stamp