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March 2015
The Dying Arts
"The Dying Arts
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The Dying Arts, self-titled EP storms through us with lighting bolts and crashing thunder! A genre all of its own, The Dying Arts incorporates progressive 90s rock grit and surf-haze sounds with a punk rock core. They have a flare that floats the EP from heavy to light. “Bed Spins” quakes and spins you around with aggressive melodies and barefaced vocals; heavy whirling guitars that spit and pierce in and out of the brash beats of the bass and drums. “Snake In The Grass” sets a mood with surf guitars and spooky-pop undertones that balance to a warm vigorous vocal. It’s a dance track, that tips the scales of the EP. “Control” is cool, calm and collected; with soft easy vocals that are carried through a atmospheric haze of rhythmic sounds. The entire EP is a collective, attractive listen; diverse and influential with stylized combinations that hit any listener with creative discord. See them this month @ JunoFest @ The Baltimore House 3/13 and The Horseshoe Tavern 3/21.

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Beliefs @ Johnny Jackson

Beliefs puts us under a spell with shoegaze and dream- pop sounds. Their songs are riddled with a hazy fuzz and haunting vocal performances. If you like an undertone of distortion throughout your music and have a love for the unexpected, these guys are for you! Off their latest EP “Catch My Breath” is one of our favourites. It’s a magnificent blend of heavy guitars, heartbeat drumming that whispers over vapor like vocals, keeping you entranced in a dream-like state. Stay in the haze with Beliefs Feb 28 @ Johnny Jackson. - Courtney Chalapenko

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THE EFFENS *PHANTOM*

THE EFFENS are hypnotizing with driving bass lines, brilliantly placed FX guitar riffs and a ruff & vibrate vocal.  A interesting style of psychedelic, post-grunge, glam-pop they prove themselves to be bizarrely unique and fabulous. “Phantom” the title track off Phantom EP, opens up with heavily distorted bass and guitars, then pairs up with the precision of the drums; the bass guitar line brings in an almost “siren wailing" on the chorus, while maintaining a dreamily smooth vocal throughout. Don't miss THE EFFENS riveting charm. It's gonna be a hot night out, incredible lineup Sat Feb 28 @ the Horseshoe! -Courtney Chalapenko

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Mad Ones @ The Horseshoe Taven

I sat down and exhaled... on with the headphones ….now let’s hear some Mad Ones. I cranked up their latest single “Walking on the Ceiling” which was released last October. The rumbling drums of Phil Wilson keeps the song rolling; It has a bit of a softer beginning and by the end its full on pandemonium (one of the best words). Next up was their previous single “Leather Rug”. This was more of straight up headbanger that gives their band name new meaning. See this grunge-punk, two-piece live this Saturday, February 28, at the Horseshoe Tavern. Also on the bill are our friends the Effens, Brews Willis and The OBGM’s!!-Kris “Big City” Gies

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Goodbye Honolulu @ The Opera House

Goodbye Honolulu just makes you feel good! Close your eyes and go for it! "Mother To A Brother” grabs you by the hips and gets your tambourines shakin'! They are a wave of garage pop melodies with a heavy bounce in its step. Killer no-frills vocal that has bold moves and brotherly harmonies that leave a lasting impression. See them with Zeus Friday February 27 @ The Opera House hosted by Jonnyland.

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