Sunday, March 22, 2009

420 radiio

check out this site , where ...and nobody cared's song hits over 1400 listenings.
That means I take a break - a day for every hundred of listeners.
See you on the 5th of april with new, fresh reviews.

take care,


Friday, March 20, 2009

Error of Man - Rave (working title)


This is a really good tune.
Guys had been really dilligent apprentices of Nine Inch Nails and Ministry. The guitars are heavy, samples are hypnotic and vocals are aggresive. It is recorded very much garage, which only makes the record better. This tune is 3-minute battery of raw, industrial energy. It has everything at the right place - the beat, the vocals, the guitars. It is definitely recommendable. Check this out. This is a really good tune.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Major Major – major major


I need to say that this record what quite a surprise to me. Sometimes it’s hard to find a record that sounds really modern at jamendo, and I’m not surprised that major major’s tune has landed up at the top spot of jamendo best hundred records recently. As it sounds, the guys have done their homework well. One may recognize the sound of Muse, The Mars Volta or Franz Ferdinand here. Moreover, the songs are quite neatly composed and very professionally performed. Almost every tune here has a nice ring, and it’s hard to choose once favourite, but if I have to I’ll point up some of the highlights. I loved the first moments of Chinese Drop, sentimentally reminding me of Roxy Music songs, and I pretty much enjoyed the energy of Blind – which reminds me some of The Jets recordings. I have to mention also the end of the record, Undone, a very nice piece with the piano and At The Drive-In like guitar blast.
Taking all under considerations it’s 10, although I’d give 9 and a half, because I miss a wall of sound here a bit. The songs are a bit underproduced, but well... it’s not a professional album, and in times before the web 2.0 if one would hear such demo he would judge it as great.
Stay cool,


Monday, March 2, 2009

Vomitt tops the chart!!!


That calls for a celebration. I'm off ten days then.
See you on 12th on March with new reviews.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Soul Dysfunction - This Aint Love

Rate: 5/5

But it does rock!!!
With industrial songs on garageband you got crap or gem. Thanks God today it's the latter. I loved all the elements of the composition. The electronic side it's very professional, the beat is really phat and well produced. I miss samples a little, but in a long run it wasn't a big drawback. The lyrics are Ministry-like and when the singer shouts It's killing you, he really means it. The guitar riff is sound and heavy the way it should be. What else can I say? Listen to it, don't hesitate!

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