Better Off – ‘Milk’ Review

Music Dylan September 20, 2015

Considering this is only the sophomore release from Better Off, I can’t wait to see what’s in store for the rest of their career. This is a phenomenal album with back-to-back bangers that are sure to build a well-deserved reputation for the band.

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Donovan Wolfington – ‘How To Treat The Ones You Love’ Review

Music Dylan August 24, 2015

How to Treat the Ones You Love is Donovan Wolfington's first full-length on now-Cali-based Topshelf Records, but you wouldn't know it from the kick-ass songs it features. They've taken all the best aspects of their earlier music and pushed them further, namely the diversity of tones, balancing high intensity punk against melodic alternative and taking names all the while.

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Xerxes – “Collision Blonde” Review

Music Dylan October 30, 2014

In many respects, Xerxes sophomore album Collision Blonde is a stark departure from their previous efforts. If this is what we can expect from the future of this band, then I say good riddance. I enjoyed 2012’s Our Home is a Deathbed, but the Louisville, Kentucky band seems to have found its niche with the new album, released on 10/21 through No Sleep Records.

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From Indian Lakes – “Absent Sounds” Review

Music Dylan October 11, 2014

Building on a strong touring cycle including opening slots for RX Bandit’s reunion tour and Relient K’s ongoing Mmhmm 10-year-anniversary tour, fans of From Indian Lakes had a lot to expect from this year’s Absent Sounds. The unique indie-alt sounds of 2012’s Able Bodies established a strong and varied fan base, and the new album is sure to appease the masses, not to mention garner more attention for the California band.

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