Category: Single Reviews
Single Review: PALACES – Axiomatic / Let Me Get HigherJune 3, 2015
Single Review: Cayucas – Moony Eyed WalrusMay 13, 2015
I got swept up in the rabbit hole that is SoundCloud this past weekend and stumbled upon another soon to be summer anthem for 2015. Cayucas has popped up on my radar a few times, specifically after the release of their first album, Big Foot, back in 2013. The release of their newest single, “Moony...
Single Review: Yukon Blonde – ComoMay 11, 2015
It’s been a very long 3 years since Yukon Blonde released their last full length LP, Tiger Talk, so I basically squealed with joy when I saw that they had announced a new album for this year. With a new album comes little sneak peeks that get fans salivating and Yukon Blonde’s new single,...
Single Review: Parade of Lights – Feeling ElectricMay 9, 2015
Single Review: Lights & Caves – DaydreamerApril 29, 2015
Single Review: Bliss Nova – Do You FeelApril 13, 2015
Single Review: Indigo Wild – High PointMarch 20, 2015
Single Review: Tim Korenich – Darlin’March 18, 2015
Winter finally seems to be dying a slow death and with it goes the winter blues and a lot of stress. 2015 has not been an easy year so far (hence the lack of activity here) but things seem to be looking up which means it’s time to get back into the swing of things...
Single Review: San Cristobal – Mr. Wise Man / Lovely LisaJanuary 28, 2015
Single Review: Astronauts – In My DirectionJanuary 12, 2015
Well now that the holidays are over and I’m settling into 2015, it’s time to start immersing myself in new music once again. I thought about finding the perfect album to review for my first post of the new year but something else caught my attention. One of my favorite new discoveries of 2014 has a...
Single Review: Silent Lions – This is SymbioticDecember 5, 2014
We’re approaching our one year anniversary here at Under Bright Lights and honestly I can’t believe how far this little idea has gone. We have a lot of people to thank for that but one of the bands we probably owe the most to would have to be the guys in Silent Lions. They were...
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