I don’t know why Jonah can’t seem to settle down with a band, but despite the number of people he has worked with and the amount of adaptation that requires, he has managed to impress in a number of different genres. This album is more solo-acoustic than New End Original or Far, but it is a prime example of the quality that goes into Jonah Matranga’s music endeavors.
When you see the cover, title, and band name of this EP, odds are you will immediately make assumptions about the music that are indeed correct. Single File’s No More Sad Face is a semi-pop rock emo EP. While their genre and look isn’t very original, they dabble into creativity with every song in this [...]
Mac, Austin, and Steve discuss the latest Muse release, The Resistance, track by track. There were mixed feelings on the album; different for each person in the discussion.
On September 29th, Jimmy Eat World announced on Twitter that they would be working with Mark Trombino once again for their next batch of songs. In addition to this announcement, Jim Adkins played one of the new songs on September 17th, at the Modified Art Center in Arizona.
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The second the band started playing their opening song “Badlands”, I was drawn in immediately. Although Bruce’s voice wasn’t in the greatest shape that night, he could still hit every note almost flawlessly. That number was followed by “Out In The Street” and “My Lucky Day”, two more songs that beckon to be [...]