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REVIEW: Hoax Hunters’ “Comfort & Safety”

 photo HoaxHunters_cover_zps8344a6cf.jpg Hoax Hunters sound like a band who listened to the good stuff out of bands, songs, and albums, and approach their own style with a “no bullshit whatsoever” approach, as they show on Comfort & Safety (Cherub/Negative Fun). They play rock as if the world was going to end in four minutes or less and when it doesn’t, they rock it out again. It’s like grunge without the glam or fame, or punk rock without the glamour or facades. When they do get melodic and technical, it only draws you in towards the harder parts of a song, and you can’t wait until they blow shit up and get distorted. Comfort & Safety is something that happens rarely on the album, or at least things are under control for the most part until they let the floor below them crumble and forget the risks involved. They are very tight but when the openness comes through, you just want to swim and dwell in their ocean until they throw a bottle in your face.

REVIEW: Common’s “Nobody’s Smiling”

 photo Common14_cover_zps1cdf24f5.jpg Nobody’s Smiling (Def Jam) is what I would call “comfort zone Common”, in that everything on this album is what Common fans have come to expect from one of Chicago’s all time best MC’s. The flows remain strong, the lyrics are poignant, and the songs hold up from start to finish. There are no surprises and nothing mindblowing, but don’t think it means that this is bad. By all means, this is a solid album from start to finish and there are no disappointments whatsoever, it’s the type of Common that has made people want to hear more, the songs that may be bold and daring but make a swift turn around to let you know he’s still the classiest and styling man around. This is the Common you loved 10 to 15 years ago, and he shows why he understands what people want to hear.

If you’re looking for something negative in this review, let’s see if I can come up with something. At this point, it’s hard to say if people want to hear a bold and daring Common, if they expect to hear him do some dance tracks or throw in some dubstep or do a duet with Ariana Grande, and maybe that can happen with the next album, EP, or song. For now, no thrills, it’s straightforward and to-the-point Common so if you want to expect good music, this is him in his comfort zone. It’s hard to say if someone like him would be willing to throw out different expectations, especially at a time when MC’s are more of a risk factor for musical efforts than ones involving publicity. It may be one of many reasons why this album is called Nobody’s Smiling, no one wants to be involved in doing bullshit and this is a no-bullshit album. Maybe next time, he’ll throw out the unexpected but for now, not now.

SOME STUFFS: Shag Rock want to shag with you and their “Cold Hands”

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What is Shag Rock? In this case, it’s the name of a five piece band out of Brisbane, Australia and they will be releasing a new single a month from today called “Cold Hands”, but you don’t have to wait 31 days to hear it. Press play now and see how it and their brand of shag rock moves you.

FREE MP3 DL: Haviah Mighty’s “Hot N***a (Remix)”


While rapper Bobby Shmurda was arrested for gun possession last night, Haviah Mighty decided to take one of his songs and turn it into something new. The song is called “Hot N***a” and now it is presented here in the form of a remix and as you will here, it’s a lot better.

FREE MP3 DL: Phoenix’s “Armistice (Lucian Remix)”


If you’ve made Phoenix’s “Armistice” a personal favorite this year, you may also want to consider this, a remix of the song done by Lucian. If possible, call up your local radio station and request to hear the remix more than the original. That is, if radio stations still have not only request lines, but a phone. Make it happen.

VIDEO: Nightwish’s “Last Of The Wilds (Live)”


Showtime, Storytime (Nuclear Blast) is the latest album by Nightwish and if you ever wanted to hear one of its songs breathe deeper, check out the band performing “Last Of The Wilds” in a live setting. The album is also available in both the DVD and Blu-Ray formats.


SOME STUFFS: Philadelphia’s Slutlust release 4-song demo


If you’re looking for a new metal band that has the sound of groups from the NWOBHM era and German metal bands, you may want to check out Slutlust out of Philadelphia. The group, which features members of Weird Wolf, Krief, Castle Freak, and Coffin Dust, have come otu with a 4-track demo, although looking at the track listing, it may very well be seven songs. The demo, in true metal fashion, is also available on cassette, but you’re able to stream and listen, then consider purchasing the MP3′s or FLAC lossless files or going for the cassette for $7ppd within the U.S.

SOME STUFFS: New Zealand Rachel Dawick to make an impact with new double album

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New Zealand singer/songwriter Rachel Dawick will not only be releasing a new album next month, but this effort happens to be a double album. The Boundary Riders will be out on September 19th, just in time for the new season of spring (in the southern hemisphere, that is) and to hear the influence country and Americana music has around the world, look no further than here. The first single from the album is called “‘Biddy Of The Buller”, which will be released next week Monday. You may stream it in full below or purchase it when the 1st of September arrives. As for the topic of the song, Dawick says it refers to Bridget Goodwin, who was “one of the six women who lived in NZ in the 1800s whose journeys are followed through the course of the show album. Biddy was a four-foot, pipe smoking goldminer who lived with two men in a shack near Lyell along the Buller River. She was a tough character working and living alongside two men in water up to her hips, panning for gold every day. She defied the notion of what a woman in Victorian society should be like trying to survive in a newly settled colony in a man’s world. She was a generous, whisky loving, hard working, Irish born woman whose way of life helped paved the way for women in NZ to gain the vote on the 19th September in 1893.

RECORD CRACK: Tower Records, Sunset, Los Angeles, 1971 (video)


This video was passed along to me a few days ago because people know about/of my love of records. I often revive memories of some of my favorite record stores and thus this video was presented to me on Facebook. It’s nothing more than a camera focusing on Tower Records employees putting new records on the store floors and racks, while potential music buyers look it over. That’s all that it is. As there has been a vinyl resurgence in recent years, younger audiences may not realize how plentiful it used to be, nor how diverse the selection of different music once was. When I first saw this video, all I could think was “aaah, the good ol’ days” because a nice part of my childhood was spent in record stores doing nothing but looking at covers and labels. This was and remains the dream.

FREE MP3 DL: Jonathan Sosa’s “Tropicana”

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With a song that has a name like “Tropicana”, you know the first thing you want to say is “it’s always juicy” but Jonathan Sosa named it that to show listeners about the vitamins and nutrients inside or what it had taken to create it. The song nicely borrows from at Common’s “Rewind That”, albeit in a brief matter. No word on if this will make its way onto Sosa’s forthcoming street album t The Red Couch Chronicles but sip the juice, he has enough to go around.