Category: Review

Ooberfuse Hears You “Call My Name”

The first few shots of Ooberfuse’s music video for “Call My Name” are pieced together seamlessly, with one scene flowing into the next like some sort of summer daydream. One moment we’re standing on a street corner taking in the sights of a foreign land, the next we’re watching Ooberfuse set up their equipment in
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OLIVER BENJAMIN Burns It Down on ‘Scorched Earth’

Bed Stuy Brooklyn hip-hop artist Oliver Benjamin is one of the most individualistic and forward-thinking voices on the New York music scene. His latest release is the EP Scorched Earth, a five-song blast of Benjamin’s cinematic and psychedelic rap style built on sample-based production and delivering a dark pulp/film noir vibe that keeps listeners focused
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The Spring Releases New Single “Victoria”

Four-piece band The Spring hails from Florida, and their sound captures a summery, beachy feel that draws from the group’s experiences in the balmy state. “Victoria” is their second release of 2019, following “Colors of Consciousness” earlier this year. The single is a hopeful, energetic story of achieving success in the competitive music world. Though
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King Ropes Gives Us ‘Gravity and Friction’

Jagged riffage. Ominous basslines. Searing vocals that harmonize with even the darkest of instrumental melodies. These three elements don’t have much in common with each other on the surface, but within the eight songs that listeners will hear on King Ropes’ new record Gravity and Friction, they become quintessential components in a viciously addictive alternative rock
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