Aimee Allen – A Little Happiness

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Released Date: June, 9, 2009 Reviewed by Evelyn Miska It may initially seem odd that Aimee Allen’s solo release, A Little Happiness, came out of a break up with her long-time boyfriend and a random gang assault that left her with memory loss, post-traumatic stress disorder and the possibility she’d never be able to sing […]

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A Rocket to the Moon – On Your Side

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Release Date: October 13, 2009 Reviewed by Evelyn Miska Yes, Rocket to the Moon is another band on the Fueled By Ramen label (Pete Wentz’s label). Yes, many of their songs sound like the somewhat generic pop-rock that fills the radio airwaves. Yes, it isn’t the most creative music you’ll ever come across and, yes, […]

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Taproot – Plead The Fifth

Release Date: May 11, 2010 Review by Mirak Habbiyyieh Plead The Fifth the fifth album from Taproot, brings them to Victory Records for what is possibly their heaviest album to date.  Stephen Richards, Mike DeWolf, Phil Lipscomb and Nick Fredell round out Taproot’s lineup. Right out of the gate, Plead The Fifth is in your […]

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Lo-Pro – The Beautiful Sounds of Revenge

Release Date: June 8, 2010 Review by Mirak Habbiyyieh Lo-Pro released their debut in 2003, then a new album teaser EP in 2009 and now in 2010 the much-anticipated album “The Beautiful Sounds of Revenge” is upon us.  What took so long?  I’m not sure, but man I’m glad this is going to see the […]

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Year Of The Rabbit – Year Of The Rabbit

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Release Date: July 15, 2003 Reviewed by Sonya Sutherland Ken Andrews is one of those under-recognized singer/songwriter types. While grunge was still popular, Andrews fronted the critically acclaimed, publicly overlooked Failure. After that he moved on to help out on the Replicant’s self-titled projects and then yet on to another project, On. After which Andrews […]

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