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CD REVIEW: Neighbours by So Does Your Mother

The Italian Prog Rock band So Does Your Mother recently released an excellent first album. In 2013 So Does Your Mother released a their first EP (Facing the Animals). Following that template this expanded project, entitled Neighbours, comprises of eight tracks of amazing vibrancy and energy. Before leaping in to …

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CD REVIEW: The Metamorfosi by Chrysalis

One listen to The Metamorfosi’s second album and you’ll be surprised that they are a trio. The eight songs on their English language debut, Chrysalis, are remarkably immense sonic works considering the band’s relatively modest numbers. There’s definitely a whiff of the epic surrounding the album’s songs, but it never …

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INTERVIEW: Factory Brains

Hi guys, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Hello, we’ve been great, just in the beginning of our Scandinavian tour with Graveyard and it’s been some really good shows so far. Watching Graveyard every night has also been very inspiring, they’re a great band. Can you talk to us …

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INTERVIEW: Mister Freedom

Hi guys, welcome to VENTS! How have you been? Things are good. I’m currently working on a project with Deca under the name the Donner Party. We’re developing an instrumental album, half of which is Deca’s production and half is mine. Can you talk to us more about your latest …

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INTERVIEW: James Brant

James Brant is a talented singer/songwriter from Philadelphia. With the release of his beautiful and emotionally charged album, Strange By Design, James is here to show us why his music matters. Ryan: Your album Strange ByDesign is very vulnerable and almost fragile in many ways, was this intentional at all …

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CD REVIEW: Saddle of Southern Darkness Self-titled Album

From Denver, Colorado comes the unique Americana sound of Saddle of Southern Darkness. A blend of trail worn guitars, dusty vocals, and southern attitude. With their self-titled album blazing a path through the political and catchy trails, Saddle of Southern Darkness is here to take you on a journey you …

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INTERVIEW: IIIZ

Not surprisingly, Californian has given us another great band to listen to, and the name of that band is IIIZ (Eyes). With their high energy punk-hip-hop-alternative-electronica, IIIZ are set to move some people into motion. Ready for the club, ready for your car, and ready for the radio; IIIZ brings …

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INTERVIEW: Bryan Deister

For Bryan Deister, darkness is a path walked towards and not away from. His emotionally charged album Spines Of The Heart, is not for the faint of heart. Classically trained in music, Bryan Deister brings together his collective knowledge of all things music, and has created an album that sinks …

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INTERVIEW: FADES

FADES are one of those rare independent acts that sound like they are already a major player in the musical game. Their sound is unique, well produced, and has the energy you would expect out of a child that just downed ten Red Bulls. Their EP is set to be …

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INTERVIEW: Frequency

The lethal EDM beats and methodical lyrical style of EDM rapper Frequency are putting him at the forefront of rap music. Adding something fresh to an industry struggling with new ideas, Frequency shows us on his new album Fire and Lightning why he is here to stay and why you …

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