Tag: Single Review
Single Review: Ghost Town Remedy – Super GlueFebruary 28, 2019
Nashville quartet Ghost Town Remedy are back again with new single, “Super Glue”, off their upcoming, yet to be titled sophomore album. I was a big fan of Ghost Town Remedy’s first album, Caffeine Dreams, so I’m very excited to see new music coming from the foursome.
Single Review: Dead Seem Old – MischiefAugust 7, 2017
London based project Dead Seem Old is back with a new single, “Mischief.” Once again songwriter Thom Wicks and producer Javier Weyler (Phil Manzanera, Stereophonics) come together to create a minimal yet captivating single along the same lines as the duo’s previous releases “They Won’t Find Us” and ...
Single Review: Wonky Tonk – Four Letter WordFebruary 9, 2017
While my musical tastes have broadened quite a bit since starting UBL, I still find myself unable to enjoy most country music. I have, however, become much more willing to give new music a chance even it falls pretty close into the realm of country music. It was clear from the first glance that I...
Single Review: Dead Seem Old – This Mess Won’t Make ItselfFebruary 7, 2017
It’s been a while since I’ve heard anything from one of the first new discoveries that I featured here on UBL. The London based duo Dead Seem Old has been hard at work crafting new tunes and just released their newest single, “This...
Single Review: Michigander – MexicoSeptember 2, 2016
This summer has flown by. It seems like only yesterday I was sitting down to listen to Jason Singer, aka Michigander’s, first single, “Nineties.” The summer went so fast that I barely had time to start going through withdrawals from that single before getting some new music from Singer.
Single Review: Basic Cable Preachers – Tomorrow’s GoneAugust 31, 2016
If you’re not paying attention to the Columbus music scene you are doing yourself a huge disservice. My most recent discovery is the psch-rock with a pop twist quartet Basic Cable Preachers and their track “Tomorrow’s Gone.”
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Single Review: Michigander – NinetiesApril 29, 2016
I’ve been waiting for new music from Kalamazoo’s own Jason Singer, aka Michigander, since I first discovered him while perusing the Real Feels video archive late one night. As there were only a limited number of tracks I could find from Michigander, seeing them on the roster for Fusion Show’s...
Single Review: Hayden Calnin – Cut LoveFebruary 12, 2016
If you haven’t had your ear tuned to the music coming out of the Land Down Under recently then you’re definitely missing out on some great music. Most recently Hayden Calnin has been making a splash as his songs have popped up on several popular TV shows (Suits, Parenthood, and Teen...
Single Review: Gosh Pith – Gold ChainDecember 9, 2015
A band’s live performance can make or break your opinion of them. Admittedly, one of my favorite things about going to a concert is getting to check out some new to me bands and, hopefully, discovering new music to fall in love with. I’ve been exposed to a lot of home grown acts since starting...
Single Review: Silversun Pickups – NightlightAugust 15, 2015
2015 is more than half over but there are still so many new releases to be excited about. I’ve been a Silversun Pickups fan ever since I first heard “Lazy Eye” hit the airways back in 2006, my love increasing exponentially upon getting to see them live in support of Neck of the...
Single Review: Keyoung – Blood CharmAugust 6, 2015
One thing that blogging about music has brought out in me is a more open mind when it comes to new bands. Often I find myself thinking about how a new artist that I’ve discovered either organically or at a concert would not have appealed to me even just a couple of years ago. This is...
Single Review: Lovedrug – Cult Kid! / Ray GunJuly 24, 2015
I’ve been on a bit of a Lovedrug kick lately. It all started back in December when I was at the Say Anything / Saves the Day concert and “Blackout” was played between sets sparking the need to listen to Lovedrug on repeat. Lovedrug’s last album, Wild Blood, dropped back in 2012...
Single Review: PALACES – Dust / TelephoneJuly 16, 2015
Detroit’s own PALACES is hard at work churning out new music, giving us another set of hypnotic singles on the tail of the release of “Axiomatic” and “Let Me Get Higher.” Cat Cobra and S.S. continue to explore numerous genres and sounds crafting another pair of unique singles that will have you forgetting whatever...
Single Review: The Lighthouse and the Whaler – I Want To Feel AliveJune 9, 2015
I stumbled across The Lighthouse and the Whaler in late 2013 and fell instantly in love. I listened to their two albums non-stop for months and waited patiently for new music. I was elated when they released the news that a new album would be coming out this year (August 28th to be exact)....
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