REVIEW: “Bloom” by Separations

The second album from Atlanta rock band Separations, titled Bloom, shows the band’s maturity from their first record, Dream Eater. Where the first album showed the bands potential, Bloom shows Separations literally blossoming and growing into their own sound. Separations tackle topics like loss, change and growth with descriptive lyrics and defined vocals from Will... Continue Reading →

“Big Vacation” by Run Forever, Review

Run Forever is an indie-rock band preparing to release their third album later this year through No Sleep Records. In preparation for the new album, Run Forever are releasing a 7” single called Big Vacation to be released July 10th through No Sleep Records. The songs off of Big Vacation aren’t exactly going to be... Continue Reading →

“Drones” by Muse, Album Review

The most anticipated album of the summer is finally here – and it doesn’t disappoint. Drones is Muse’s seventh studio album to date. With Drones, the band promised a return to simpler times. Instead of dubstep meets symphonies meets Queen meets aliens, the band promised that they’d go back to how they started. However, that doesn’t... Continue Reading →

“Ordinary” by Post Paradise, Single Review

The new rock single, “Ordinary,” from Post Paradise is the first from their upcoming EP. The song seems to draw influences from the likes of RED and Evanescence, and only further establishes Post Paradise as a band to recognize. The most recognizable and unique element to Post Paradise is the cello by Amy Morgan. This... Continue Reading →

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