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LA based blues rock band Darin Bennet and the Requiem have announced their debut EP ‘Midnight Storybook‘ being available for download on iTunes. The band’s sound is mostly characterized by Darin’s expressive vocals spreading from mysterious whispers to a loud growl, his original slide guitar and banjo playing style. It’s very promising that Darin Benett finally formed his own band which started to perform very powerful and well-arranged blues rock.
You may watch this cool video made for the first single Holdin’ Me off the EP:
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The brightest new Italian progressive rock band La Coscienza di Zeno (CDZ) announced that their second album will be released on Fading Records, a division of AltrOck Productions. After the success of their debut album, the band members plan to confirm their RPI (Rock progressivo Italiano) direction: a powerful voice, rich instrumental arrangements and a great melodic vein. A young band is going to refresh the past of the most genuine prog music (as they’ve done actually with their first record).
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This EP certainly harks back to the psychedelic ear of the sixties
Here we are again, and I’m tackling an Australian band from Melbourne. I’m not going to lie, the only thing I know musically from Australia is Nick Cave related. For this, I apologize to all Australians. In any case, NME seem to be rather interested in them, and they’re damn hard to Google, which they say is the point. They’re called Me, and their debut EP, to be released soon, is called Naked. I reviewed an EP of theirs, …
Heads up, gather round, there’s a brand new force in town!
This is my second review for this awesome music blog, Hopefully you all enjoyed my first review about Metallica’s Beyond Magnetic EP! Well, in the wake of any larger releases coming our way within the rock world, until the new Van Halen album drops in I thought I’d take the time to spread the word about the all-conquering, world-enslaving, ‘any-woman-within-a-10-mile-radius-is-now-pregnant’ Black Spiders!
These guys have been on the go since 2008, landing a supporting slot with the mighty Airbourne for the …
This album is low-fi noise rock at it’s absolute best
As usual for the guys our lovely editor sends my way, I knew absolutely nothing about East-Ra before I started this review, and perhaps this is for the best. Certainly, it frees any ideas of pretension or previous successes or failures give you a path to listen and concentrate on the music. I’m going to say right now, this album, Substitute 3, is incredible. I’m shocked, with my sort of tastes, that I haven’t heard of these guys. In fact, not very …
Every track snapshots emotions that emerge as the day unwinds
Hello and welcome to 2012. Thank you for following this blog; I’d like to make this really simple for you and me. Are you the type of person who doesn’t really bother what music is being played anytime of your life? If yes, most probably you never bought an original music record, let alone looking for new music that fits your brainwaves, or being picky on playing the right music that suites your moods. Then you can be classified as part …