Archive for January 25th, 2016

opium denn

Get buzzed with Opium Denn’s conceptual ‘Demarkation’

Late last year, Opium Denn, hailing from “everywhere and all time,” released the nine-track Demarkation, an auditory experience that pushes the boundaries of what might be expected from a traditional album and serves as the first entry in a planned trilogy. In sound alone, Opium Denn brings to mind expansive psyche-rock in the vein of […]

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Boy From The Crowd get raw with ‘Where The Bees Come To Die’

London duo Boy From The Crowd offer up a rip-roaring romp of raw, punk-leaning garage rock on their newest five-track EP, titled Where The Bees Come To Die. Clocking in at just over 20 minutes, the band’s newest effort is almost perplexing in its calculated recklessness. It’s a musical oxymoron of sorts that becomes clearer […]

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Billy Crain focuses on what’s important with newest LP, ‘Family Matters’

Nashville southern rocker Billy Crain is certainly no newcomer. Although his name might not be instantly recognizable to some younger folk, the award-winning singer-songwriter boasts an active, laudable career, having played with Dixie Chicks and Shania Twain and shared stages with some of classic rock’s finest in Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brother Band, The Rolling […]