|Back Into The Swing Of Things...|
Took a little hiatus for about a month for band stuff, personal stuff, being sick, being swamped with school work, so on so forth. This is just a little dig list to get back into the groove.
|1||El Chupa Cobras|
El Chupa Cobras
EXTREMELY solid and EXTREMELY well balanced mix of progressive/raw post hardcore with a few grindy subtleties. Will have a review up by the end of the week.
|2|| ||TheTwo Man Gentlemen Band|
Nearly perfect throwback to good ol' fashion swing, with a little bit of ragtime and bluegrass thrown in for good measure. Will also have a review up this week or early next week (nothin on the weekend, goin to see PTH on Friday and some friends on Sat/Sun).
|3||The Two Man Gentlemen Band|
Reviewed this last week. Still digging it, though their newly released album (above) is more impressive.
(generic Sputnik dig album #1) but it's really that good.
|5||As Cities Burn|
Come Now Sleep
Bought it around the beginning of last year, thought it was pretty alright but not better than their first one. Re-listened a month ago more closely, basically got kicked in the face. Album is awesome.
Somewhere at the Bottom of the River...
Awesome awesome awesome album.
|7||Kings Of Leon|
Because of the Times
WAAOOOO She's such a charmer, oh no.
|8|| ||The Legion of Doom|
Fun mashups of post hardcore and punk bands.
Little late to the party on this one, oh well. So far it's pretty great.
On the same level as Audition for the most part, but there are hints of progression that make it just a bit better than it's predecessor.
Idioms Vol. 1
Great cover EP. Didn't really expect them to cover many of the songs on here but they all work pretty well for the most part.
A Diamond For Disease
I didn't really find it that great the first couple of times through, but after a few more listens it's starting to warm up to me quite a bit.
|13||Have A Nice Life|
(generic Sputnik dig album #2) but again, it's really just that good.
|14||At The Drive-In|
I mean...it's awesome.
|15||Coheed and Cambria|
In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
Every single song on this album has a moment that genuinely blows me away.