Sons Of Otis – X – Review

May 30, 2005

Kinda like AC/DC albums: If you’ve heard one, you’ve heard ’em all. Content to create the sickest, most punishing heavy psychedelic rock ever created.

Slunt – EP – Review

May 30, 2005

Five tracks of party hard neo-sleaze rock based in early Kiss, Joan Jet, Quarterflash, Backyard Babies, and The Donnas.

33HZ – Review

May 26, 2005

Wow, I forgot dance music could be this bad. Do people really listen to this stuff?

Geography – Life In Binary – Review

May 26, 2005

A strange mix of math rock, noisy indie rock, and screamo, with immediate, upfront production. Really hit and miss. Some songs really excite, some blow chunks.

Emily Grogan – IO – Review

May 26, 2005

Great vocals, terrible lyrics (10 of the first 15 lines are cliches that cause me to shiver), and the merest of hints of style.

Embraze – Katharsis – Review

May 26, 2005

Singer’s got a big dorky-sounding Gothic voice for the plodding songs, and the thrashers sounds like 100 other bands. Not much to work with here.

Howling Diablos – Car Wash – Review

May 26, 2005

From Detroit, on Alive Records, produced by singer Tino Gross whose done two recent RL Burnside records. Down’n’dirty blues rock’n’roll that sounds great.

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