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‘Daylight Crashing’ John David Schrader

‘Daylight Crashing’

John David Schrader

Reviewed by

Robert Craven.

John David Schrader; songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist grew up in Kingston, north of New York City. He dusted down an old box of 45’s he found in his family’s attic; discovering Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, The Beatles and Chuck Berry and from there he was hooked! 1,240 more words

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Artist: Nai Harvest
Release: Hairball
Key Track: Buttercups
Record Label: Topshelf
Release Date: 27/04/2015

In a recent interview, Nai Harvest’s Ben Thompson talked about how the Sheffield duo’s sophomore LP, … 641 more words

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Nightwish - Endless Forms Most Beautiful

Endless Forms Most Beautiful is the eighth album from symphonic metal icons Nightwish, and the first to feature new vocalist Floor Jansen since she replaced Anette Olzon in 2012. 1,431 more words

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Unleashed: Dawn of the Nine

Forged from the blood and iron that their ancestors first bore on the world outside of the native Norse homelands, Unleashed continue to blaze a trail in the death metal genre. 568 more words

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From scene to serious: The Maine release American Candy

April 15, 2015 / Volume XXXVII / Issue 8

By Caitlyn Ralph for the Catalyst

The “scene” explosion of the late 2000s, full of spiky haircuts, skinny jeans, and too many rubber bracelets, claimed the careers of many bands unable to move past the overly accessible bubblegum punky music. 981 more words


REVIEW: Head North – Bloodlines EP

It’s easy to get caught up with labels. It’s no secret that most pop punk bands sounds the same. Some sound so similar, it’s as if they sat in the recording studio together. 519 more words

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Album Review: Leviathan ‘Scar Sighted’

I am probably the last person on the planet to offer up a review of the new Leviathan album Scar Sighted. This was by design. You see, I needed to spend some time with this record…

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