If you can't make it to the Save Us from the Archon show tonight, you can order a cassette here: http://seizureman.storenvy.com/collections…
Squirrel Hillbillies are delightful and their new CD is terrific.
You can listen to tracks from Whoovez's "Bantamweight" here: http://whoovez.bandcamp.com
1) "She is my Property" is the name of a Steve Wilkos episode.
2) Pressing of the ovaries was considered a cure for hysteria while that was still a thing.
You can preorder Butterbirds cassette here: http://seizureman.storenvy.com/collections…
Great young band playing Saturday nite 7:30 February 16th "Katie Hate" @the North Shore Rivertown Inn. Big crowd expected get there early..HARD ROCKING
I never touch a guitar before. My fingers have to adapt because it hurts a little bit and I have to learn to tune my guitar. Can you suggest me few guitar lessons. I hope you understand what I am saying. Please help! Also take a look at:
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Thanks for the review Amanda!...The Mixus Brothers album can be heard here www.reverbnation.com/mixusbrothers and we will be playing at Biddles Escape near Regent square on February 23rd...Happy new year!! -Jebbh Mixus
Did you read the review, or just two words of it? I literally wrote, "the compositions are too complex for [the label pop-punk]." I also referred to this band as an "indie-rock band," and noted exactly what part of the music sounds to be on the verge of pop-punk: the vocals. But thanks for the history lesson!
I'm sorry but what part of Instead Of Sleeping sounds Pop Punk? The band may have catchy melodies, and one epic gang vocal in "Black Light", but they in no way sound Pop Punk. Pop Punk is a genre that was built out of the 2000's with bands like New Found Glory, Fall Out Boy, All Time Low, and Four Year Strong as the main stays. Instead Of Sleeping is far to musically diverse to be classified as Pop Punk. Never in a pop punk song have I heard strings, like in "Indian Giver" or an organ like in "Defibrillator". That is a really sad piece of writing on a great album being put in the wrong genre. Its also sad too all Pop Punk fans who would go in expecting Pop Punk. If you are looking for an idea as to what Instead Of Sleeping sounds like, try bands like Minus The Bear, Manchester Orchestra, and Brand New.
In stark contrast to the opinion of Dreger, I personally find Weird Paul a real treat. If you love the spoonfed, mainstream tack, then fair enough, but if you are searching for purer, more interesting and less affected gems... then Weird Paul delivers!
Before You. Guitar chops like Van Halen. Wow, impressive.
I really congratulate you on your exceptional work, DT! The writing, the performances, the recordings are fabulous!!! Of course, bringing together so many of the Burg's elite musicians makes it really awesome!!!
Real Deal is the truth.
BBI that is :)
These guys are my neighbors. Their rehearsals sound pretty darn good!!
Duly noted -- we'll fix that up!
German Shepherd CD is actually being released by Lock And Key Collective.
"One of the most talented bands in Pittsburgh"
San Francisco, California
I must say....."I completely disagree!" Speaking as a participant of the Pittsburgh music scene,a fan of
Round Black Ghosts,and a former journalism student....."Ms.Shea is completely incorrect in her review of RBG"s album "Line Up"." This is one of the most creatively innovative albums to be released in the Pittsburgh area for far too many years to remember. Since it is the responsibility of the music critic to offer his/her opinion of an album,it SHOULD result in an educated, researched article. For Ms. Shea to compare a ballad such as "Drunks Don't Start Revolutions" to screamo, tells the reader that not only is Shea unfamiliar with the screamo genre, but also that she didn't listen to the album.(c'mon...my ten -year-old even knew the difference). Shea also makes this obvious by her statement of the relevancy of the lyrics to the subject matter(HELLO! the songs may have titles such as "Robots" and "Magic" but if she had taken the time to listen -or maybe to read the lyrics printed on the album cover, she would have realized that the titles aren't literal!). It's a shame that i will never trust the City Paper's journalism ever again since they put their trust in half -assed interns to write reviews. Ms. Shea---my advice to you is to go back to journalism school and repeat a few semesters. Try harder next time,and better luck in the future. Sincerely, Pittsburgh music fan, Deb Lannon
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