August 25, 2016

Moose Blood – Blush

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“It wasn’t hard to fall for you, you had it all planned out didn’t you?”

The opening lyrics for “Knuckles of Moose Blood’s latest effort can sum up my feelings on the band. I didn’t know who they were two years ago. No one really knew Moose Blood until they came onto the scene with I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time to Time out of nowhere. Expecting them to back that up was always going to be a tall task. The addition of a new label in Hopeless Records added to that. And the affect of the label was either evident from the start, or I was expecting too much from them in the first place. (more…)

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August 17, 2016

Cheers to the Scratched CDs

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As I was driving on my way home from work this week, I felt I needed some music with a little bit of energy to keep me awake on my commute. I scanned through my Ipod and landed on Rise Against’s The Sufferer and the Witness. I was immediately taken back 10 years ago to when I bought the album in 2006. I remember driving to Walmart to buy it (it was on sale and I wanted to save money) when it first came out and ended up getting the censored version because Walmart isn’t a big fan of profanity. (more…)

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August 15, 2016

Ship Captain Crew ‘The Ocean Floor’

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Looking for some heartfelt pop-punk that’s not about heartbreak and feeling misunderstood? Ship Captain Crew is a delightfully welcome shift from the normal genre fare that offers some superb production values with some of the best sounding melodies of 2016. This is one band that is criminally underrated and one of the best unsigned pop-punk bands in the genre. Check out their latest EP, The Ocean Floor, on our stream right now. It’s also currently “Name Your Price” on Bandcamp.

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