The Pretty Reckless Going to Hell Razor & Tie The last time we heard from The Pretty Reckless they put out a nice Zeppelin tinged EP in the form of the Hit Me Like a Man to accompany a spring tour before buckling down to write for their next album. As evidenced from the discs title track, front woman Taylor Momsen isn’t the only one who grew up in that […]

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Lavola Respectable Street West Palm Beach, FL Saturday, March 8th, 2014 Review: Matthew Pashalian Media: Matthew Pashalian Something has seemed to be missing from the South Florida music scene the past six months, and that something has been that one of the scene’s most celebrated indie rock bands, Lavola, has been hard at work on finishing their latest release, This Book is my Cowardice. Recently relocated to Central Florida, fans […]

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Royal Bliss Chasing The Sun Air Castle Records Chasing the Sun kicks off with “Welcome,” a bouncy alternative rock track bringing back undertones from the early 2000s. Abruptly ending, “Welcome” transitions into the slowed intro of “Cry Sister,” the lead single. It becomes apparent right away that vocalist Neal Middleton isn’t fooling around. The powerful track appropriately crescendos from the verses, slowly down only for a brief moment of reprieve […]

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The Fray Helios Epic With four studio albums in eight years to their name, Helios contains the same lyrical strength that easily lives up to past releases. Avid fans of The Fray are steadfast on the vocals and sound that front man Issac Slade is known for. However, with Helios, Slade and company bring a new sound to the table as evident by the song “Love Don’t Die,” that have […]

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Michale Graves Supernatural Hydraulic Entertainment Michale Graves first appeared on the music scene as the front man for the legendary horror punk rock act The Misfits on the group’s 1997 album, American Psycho. Since then, Graves has had success with a small handful of other bands, one of which with former Misfits member Dr. Chud. He has also gone on to become a successful solo artist with a taste of […]

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Led Zeppelin 2 Revolution Live Ft. Lauderdale, FL Friday, February 22, 2014 Review: Todd McFlickr They may be from Chicago, but Led Zeppelin 2 plays the blues just like the English quartet.  Revolution Live had reached its maximum capacity of roughly 1,000 spectators on February 22nd, as Zeppelin lovers in their teens shared the room with parents and grandparents.  Trekking out of the Windy City, Zeppelin 2 was spectacular at […]

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Candlebox Culture Room Ft. Lauderdale, FL Friday, January 25th, 2014 Photos: Scott Nathanson

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