Racquet Club: Racquet Club [Album Review]
Oct19

Racquet Club: Racquet Club [Album Review]

Racquet Club Racquet Club Rise Records [2017] Who: Racquet Club is a new veteran indie group that features members of Knapsack, The Jealous Sound, and Samiam. Sound: If you were fans of Knapsack and The Jealous Sound, Racquet Club follows suit with their style of indie emo rock lead by vocalist/guitarist Blair Shehan. TFN Final Take: Knapsack released three albums on Alias Records that spanned 1995-1998. The group was always a band...

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Liam Gallagher: As You Were [Album Review]
Oct10

Liam Gallagher: As You Were [Album Review]

Liam Gallagher As You Were Warner Bros. Records [2017] Fire Note Says: As You Were shows that Liam is a long way from being down and out. Album Review: As a critic, I learned long ago to lower my expectations. When you expect greatness, that is when you get burnt. The same goes about expecting a poop emoji. If you go into a record thinking it is going to suck…most likely it will. That is why music is subjective. I say all of that...

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The Friday Fire Track: The Breeders – “Wait In The Car” [Video]
Oct06

The Friday Fire Track: The Breeders – “Wait In The Car” [Video]

Anytime a band comes back together it is news. The quartet of Kim and Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macpherson, better known as The Breeders, made that happen in 2013 for the 20th anniversary of their 1993 classic Last Splash. Now, the Dayton band has a killer new two-minute track in “Wait In The Car” which proves they still have it. All we really need to say is “Meow, Meow, Meow, Meow.” The track is...

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ORB: Naturality [Album Review]
Oct05

ORB: Naturality [Album Review]

ORB Naturality Castle Face/Flightless Records [2017] Who: ORB hail from Australia and run around with label mates King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard which are both on Flightless and Castle Face Records. Naturality is their sophomore record. Sound: The band is known for their thunderous heavy sludge riffs. Naturality continues this muscle but now finds the group working a psych pop angle with more vocals and shorter compositions....

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5 Reviews / 5 Minutes [Album Reviews]
Oct04

5 Reviews / 5 Minutes [Album Reviews]

Discover, Support & Share! Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs Burger/Dine Alone Records [2017] Big guitar and big rock is what the newest offering from Toronto’s Sam Coffey & The Iron Lungs self-titled record has to offer and it is a hi fivin’ fun ride. The group pulls power pop hooks and punk like anthems that in today’s scene is almost refreshing because the music is likable...

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