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by on March 19, 2020
RETRO FUTURISTS RECLAIM VIENNA UNVEIL HUGE NEW SINGLE “CHANGE THE ECHO”   CHANGE THE ECHO (Single)   RELEASE DATE – 27th March ‘20   LABEL - 42s Records   Ambitious Electronic Indie-Pop band RECLAIM VIENNA release their first single of 2020 via 42s Records and it is MASSIVE! “Retro Futurists”, they stand out from the crowd of the resur-gent Manchester music scene - their unique, 80’s influenced, yet fresh blend of uplifting synth loops, catchy guitar hooks, stomping be...
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by on October 29, 2019
City Morgue, one of the most important punk rap acts of today! Boy oh boy, could it be that thexstream.net has finally decided to shed some light on one of the most interesting punk acts that popped up on the scene in the past three years? Well, today is the day, and obviously, it is finally the time for us to start talking about City Morgue, a very unique rap duo/ band that merges all sorts of influences, and finally creates a type of sound that no one has really heard...ever! We find th...
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by on August 10, 2019
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by on July 5, 2019
Dark Hallways by JOHNATHAN|CHRISTIAN Review by Amelia Vandergast https://www.anrfactory.com/johnathan-christian-car-crash-romance-ominously-indulgent-post-punk/ I can’t quite remember the last time a prelude to a track filled me with the same amount as nervous anticipation as what I palpitated through after hitting play on the latest single from the Post-Punk powerhouse Jonathan Christian. After the eerie creeping tonality coming from keys and synth, “Car Crash Romance” certainly doesn...
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by on July 5, 2019
While Johnathan|Christian were working on their latest album, a former middle schoolmate of Johnathan Mooney’s, Henry Vaccaro Jr., proposed a collaboration with a family member of a very special musical clan. "My father was a close friend of Johnny Cash, whom he had met through his role with the Kramer Guitar Company,” writes Vaccaro. In fact, Kramer Guitar grew to become the largest American Manufacturer of electric guitars in the 1980’s. “My Dad was a huge Johnny Cash fan and brought the entir...
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by on July 5, 2019
http://www.chaindlk.com/reviews/?id=8980 Artist: Jonathan|Christian (@) Title: the nothing i feel Format: Download Only (MP3 + Lossless) Label: self-released Rated: ***** Has it already been two years since Jonathan|Christian released 'Beautiful/Hideous' ? I guess it has. 'the nothing i feel' is the followup to that, inspired by their musical roots with lush strings and the haunting keys of a grand piano, continuing their momentum bringing the best of old and new gothic rock. The album w...
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by on July 5, 2019
http://www.chaindlk.com/reviews/?id=8157 Jonathan|Christian is Jonathan Mooney, former keyboardist of the New York based band The New Creatures (now living in Los Angeles, California) and Swedish artist Christian Granquist, having spent some time playing with the power-pop trio Day Behavior and now the keyboardist of Stockholm electronic band, The Atom. (Granquist is the vocalist of this project.) 'Beautiful Hideous' is the debut collaboration of this trans-continental project, and it's alrea...
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by on June 29, 2019
Following decades of crazy onstage antics and literal blood, sweat and tears, the band are still furthering their legacy. Twenty years ago, nine Iowans started a sickness with their self-titled debut that was unimaginably contagious. They fomented a revolution, took metal by the horns and crushed it to pieces with catastrophic energy. Slipknot were bound to wreak havoc in the best way possible as they came crashing down to the scene with an attitude like no other.  Following decades of int...
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by on May 17, 2019
TOY on “Happy in the Hollow” Child's Play By Dom Gourlay It's been an eventful year and a half for TOY. Having reached the end of their three albums deal with Heavenly Recordings in 2017, they eventually parted ways at the back end of that year. Nevertheless, their reputation as one of the most colorful and inventive bands on the London circuit preceded them, and it wasn't long before new suitors in the shape of Tough Love Records came on board. Already armed with a batch of new songs, ...
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by on April 14, 2019
Welcome to Songs of the Week.  1. Black Belt Eagle Scout: "Loss & Relax"  Black Belt Eagle Scout is the project of Portland-based Katherine Paul, an indigenous queer musician who grew up in a small Indian reservation, the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, and whose debut album, Mother of My Children, came out last September via Saddle Creek. This week she shared a video for a brand new song, "Loss & Relax." The song will be released as a 7-inch on April 26 via Saddle Creek, with the B-sid...
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by on April 10, 2019
Six years ago, Derek Amato slipped and fell head first into the shallow end of a pool. Upon awakening, he discovered that he had "over night" became a piano prodigy. His injuries were quite significant. He suffered a severe concussion, hearing difficulties, as well as memory loss. However, what happened wasn't expected by anyone, as it  shocked the Scientific world! Just a few days after the "accident" as Amato was recovering, he decided to sit down at a piano for the very first time si...
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by on March 19, 2019
More than a year after proclaiming that Rush were “basically done,” Alex Lifeson admitted he’s finally at peace with the group’s retirement. “I don’t want to be in a band and tour any more,” the guitarist confessed during an interview with Planet Rock. “I don’t feel the need to carry on with what I did for almost half a century. I’m fine with it now. And I’m as busy as I would ever want to be.” Rush played their final show on Aug. 1, 2015. The impetus of the band’s retirement stemmed fro...
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