....AT LEAST WE HAVE GOOD MUSIC?
The Band AVATAR’s New Dystopian-Inspired Record “Hunter Gatherer” Hits Too Close To Reality: A Review
. The five Swedes paint themselves in their clown and jester costumes once again, but this time in a much more serious manner. The band has retired the King and has set sail far away from the land of Avatar Country, with a much heavier and dystopian record that is Hunter Gatherer (2020).
The Fantasies of A Stay At Home Psychopath: Sophomore Album by The Blinders (A Review)
The Fantasies of A Stay At Home Psychopath (2020) is pure class. The songs are sexy, witty and sophisticated, all the while still having punchy guitars that allow you to remember the ferocity of the group.
Miss Mephisto’s Quarantine Soundtrack
Albums that have kept me sane throughout the over 100 days of quarantine!
Palaye Royale’s “The Bastards” Is A Brutally Honest Album Worth Listening To: A Review.
so... maybe I was wrong about @PalayeRoyale
The Blinders: The Alt-Rock Cry For Political Reform (A Review)
The Blinders: The hip-swinging alternative rock band, with politically charged punk rock messages. @theblindersband
Welcome to The Freakshow: A Deep-Dive on The Band Avatar
From Swedish death metal, sinister circus' and metal odyssey monarchy's... @thebandavatar really has it all
Ozzy Osbourne’s “Ordinary Man”, Is This His Final Goodbye? An Album Review
"Do They Sell Tea in Heaven?"
A review of @OzzyOsbournes album #OrdinaryMan
The Sountrack for the 2020 Apocalypse: My Most Anticipated Records of The Year
At least we'll have new music??
“GIVE ELECTRONIC MUSIC A CHANCE”: An Interview with elctro-pop duo “Body Salt”
As another decade comes to a close, we are left with nothing other than the lingering particles of broken off memories. These particles comprise all of the individual experiences that have shaped us into who we are today, and if we’re going to continue with this particle analogy, then we can continue to say that … Continue reading “GIVE ELECTRONIC MUSIC A CHANCE”: An Interview with elctro-pop duo “Body Salt”