Contributor's Note: Episode 9 is now available where the guys from The Eccentrics joined the show to discuss their debut EP "Black Market Disco". This EP tells a story in each of the 4 songs. We discuss the 'Goosebump' moments in the tracks including the climactic end of the story "Breathe". "Breathe" is about a relationship that starts … Continue reading We Nerd Out Vol. 25: THE ECCENTRICS Converse with “The Don” of THE DON’S HIT LIST PODCAST to Discuss Goosebump Moments in their EP “Black Market Disco”
(Album Review) “For The Rest To Rest” by Veda Rays
Out of Brooklyn, New York comes a three piece band that takes the influences of Franz Ferdinand and turns the clock back to the 1980's, where New Order and Depeche Mode made dream-pop an actual thing, and throw in some atmospheric elements, and you get the scintillating sounds of Veda Rays. On July 12th, Veda … Continue reading (Album Review) “For The Rest To Rest” by Veda Rays
“The Great Electronic Swindle” by The Bloody Beetroots, Lord Have Mercy!
On October 20th, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo released something remarkable and something that is going to transcend across multiple genres in punk rock, rock, trap, and EDM with "The Great Electronic Swindle". I honestly didn't know what to expect when his PR agent asked me to review this album awhile back. Glad I checked my … Continue reading “The Great Electronic Swindle” by The Bloody Beetroots, Lord Have Mercy!
MTC’s A2Z Reviews: Featuring Ireland’s The Academic!
For a band that is just getting noticed, Ireland's The Academic could be on the "watch list" for 2018, especially with their sound that is comparable to The Strokes and Franz Ferdinand. They have already shared the stage with legendary experimental rockers The Pixies and they are prepared to release their debut full-length record entitled … Continue reading MTC’s A2Z Reviews: Featuring Ireland’s The Academic!
MTC’s A to Z Throwback Review: Looking Back at Abandoned Pools! Plus Cover Vs. Original: Check Out Their Cover of “Army Of Me” by Bjork!
Tommy Walter broke apart Eels and decided to form Abandoned Pools. Abandoned Pools achieved moderate success, selling over 100,000 copies, and achieved moderate success with "The Remedy". Tommy Walter saw more mainstream success with his previous band Eels. Since 2003's "Humanistic" album, Abandoned Pools would create "The Reverb" EP in 2005 and "Armed To The … Continue reading MTC’s A to Z Throwback Review: Looking Back at Abandoned Pools! Plus Cover Vs. Original: Check Out Their Cover of “Army Of Me” by Bjork!