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  • VIOLENT MAE - Kid (Review)

    Violent Mae Kid Telegraph Recording Company www.telegraphrecordingcompany.com Release Date: November 20, 2015 There aren't too many Cat Power sound alike bands out there, but Violent Mae are a duo from Connecticut that fit that description well. This...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/164-violent-mae-kid-review
  • UGLY KID JOE - Uglier Than They Used Ta Be (Review)

    Ugly Kid Joe Uglier Than They Used Ta Be Metalville Records www.metalville.de Release Date: 10/16/15 Ugly Kid Joe are back! Well, actually, they officially made their comeback with 2013’s Stairway to Hell EP. Since that one failed to make a stir, I’m...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/89-ugly-kid-joe-uglier-than-they-used-ta-be-review
  • BROKEN RIM RECORDS - Kyle Tedesco (Labels We Love Interview)

    it not fun anymore. RF: Do you think having a career outside of the music industry gives you a different perspective from kids who are running a label in high school or college? KT: I don’t think it has as much to do with wherever you are in your life...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/322-broken-rim-records-kyle-tedesco-labels-we-love-interview
  • ZEUS! (Interview)

    follow football (soccer)? If so, who do you support? Luca: We don't give a f*ck about soccer! I just followed it when I was akid, and in those times I supported Genoa. The reason was that Genoa had a long haired player, Tomas Skuhravy: to me long hair...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/124-zeus-interview
  • MARTINA EDOFF (Interview)

    era has left a mark on me as I listened to Whitesnake, Bon Jovi, Journey, Heart and all the others at that time. When I was a kid my older brother taught me about Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Sweet, Alice Cooper, Kiss among others by forcing me to listen,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/54-martina-edoff-interview
  • DARLING VALLEY (Interview)

    a fantastic singer/songwriter who reminds me of what I imagine a Norah Jones/Feist hybrid would sound like. AW: The Stockade Kids put on an amazing live show. Lauren and I fangirl over them every time. RF: Where did the name Crooked Orchards come from?...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/355-darling-valley-interview
  • WIRETAP RECORDS - 2016 Recap

    starting to flex their muscles. To me, the standout track is the opener “Daydream” that sounds like the members of Koufax’s kid brothers started a punk band. Watch for Horses is a nice sunbeam of light when compared to the rest of Wiretap’s 2016 lineup....

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/389-wiretap-records-2016-recap
  • Rob1340's Album of the Year List

    die, but you will. 5. MeanGirls - Squirm - Close Quarters Coalition Non-binary punk rock from Texas. MeanGirls could be the kid brother of early stage Coheed and Cambria. This also wins the best packaging of the year for the screen printed blue variant...

    http://www.1340mag.com/2-uncategorised/383-rob1340-album-of-the-year-list
  • HARDLINE - Human Nature (Review)

    of cheesy love songs, there’s some real meat here lyrically. If you like Bon Jovi, Tyketto, eighties Heart,Europe, or any kid of guitar hero music, then you need to own this. It’s fantastic! Reviewed by mark1340 This text will be replaced #Hardline...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/375-hardline-human-nature-review
  • SOUNDS AND TONES RECORDS - Christopher Hantman (Labels We Love Interview)

    is going to make a difference with their art. It’s one thing to play music and sell a few records, that’s cool, but giving a kid his first show, getting an artist on the road to give mental health workshops, getting someone to play in a state they’d...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/305-sounds-and-tones-records-christopher-hantman-labels-we-love-interview
  • CLOSE QUARTERS COALITION - Kyle McCoy (Labels We Love Interview)

    were The Offspring’s “Americana” and a random Cypress Hill album from an FYE grab bin, both on cassette. I was a pretty cool kid. The players in the CQC webstore were my way of making that nostalgic joy available to everyone. We also distribute to...

    http://www.1340mag.com/submit-an-article/2-uncategorised/267-close-quarters-coalition-kyle-mccoy-labels-we-love-interview
  • BARONESS - Purple (Review)

    riffs and an upbeat rhythm, hard rock fused with progressive rock flawlessly. And then comes “Try To Disappear” which, I kid you not, brings to mind the emo-core of the early 2000's. “Fugue” a brief instrumental which is mellow, and jazzy, with wicked...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/226-baroness-purple-review
  • PHARGO. - Rende's (Review)

    into it, but that is a question for another day. “Salmonella Fitzgerald” is an all-out jam that sounds like Braid/The Get Up Kids (pre-Dewees) at their most upbeat. Then there’s the dreamy space pop of “Josh Zirkle’s Dosh Circle” that pays homage to...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/150-phargo-rende-s-review
  • CAGE - Ancient Evil (Review)

    music machine guns along to the catchy-as-hell melodies laid down by the guitars and vocals. And the screams? The screams, I kid you not, rival Rob Halford’s work on Painkiller. “Across the Sea of Madness” is another go-for-the-throat tune that reminds...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/141-cage-ancient-evil-review
  • JAMES CASSAR - Near Mint (Labels We Love Interview)

    and drove, like the boys, down from Philadelphia (they relocated after graduation and a full U.S. summer tour). I heard a kid in the back whisper after the two-piece played their tightest run of “Camping,” “Yeah, I’m a fan.” I currently attend college...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/113-james-cassar-near-mint-interview

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