"new album by Fair, awesome band headed by Aaron Sprinkle (producer for bands like anberlin, pedro the lion, and Emery). Excellent sing along rock songs that pull from sixties and seventies influences."
"A great rock and roll band in the vein of Ken Andrews and Failure (the self-titled 'Denison Marrs' album is actually produced by Ken). The vocalist has a singing style like no other while the backing band provides a wall of rock behind it."
"The latest album from California band Dredg. The album was self-produced and recorded by the band themselves and sounds like a dream. The album features much more instrumentation and experimentation than any previous release from the band. Definitely their most ambitious release to date."
"The latest from Far-Less. This album is a departure from their metal influenced shredding into a more progressive rock project. The album flows together with intermissions between each song and the overall creepy tone of the record is well felt."
"this little known band consists of a drummer, bassist, guitarist, and singer/piano player. The sound created by the four instruments together really grooves and almost has a hint of 70's funk at times."
"the first full length from Mute Math in my opinion outdoes the second "Armistice" because the experimentation is king. The record sounds like what the album sleeve looks like, a band with a bunch of crazy sound gear trying to create something their own. The songs are as catchy and well written as ever with some of the most interesting samples and electronic sounds underneath."