Tag Archives: Pop

Beechwood Release New Album ‘Inside the Flesh Hotel’


NYC psych/pop/glam band, Beechwood, have officially released their new LP, Inside the Flesh Hotel, out now on Alive Naturalsound. “Bigot In My Bedroom” recently premiered at Bandsintown, who called the song “an upbeat masterpiece” with “spirited coos and handclaps.” Beechwood is currently the band of the month at The Deli NYC, who described the …

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Gun – Frantic

@planetmosh reviews Frantic by .@gunofficaluk Back in 1996 I went to my first ever stadium gig, Bon Jovi at Ibrox, Glasgow.  A few things stick in my mind from that day.  The intro to Lay Your Hands on Me being played by a pipe band, the entire Glasgow Rangers squad …

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Daughtry – Baptized

@planetmosh reviews Baptized by @CHRIS_Daughtry out February 17th on @sonymusicuk Daughtry is the self titled band formed by singer Chris Daughtry.  It features Daughtry on vocals, Josh Paul on bass, Brian Craddock and Josh Steely on guitars, Robin Diaz on drums and Elvio Fernandez on keyboards. Since finishing fourth on American …

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Bad Pollyanna – Monstrous Child

What would happen if you repackaged trendy pop music with a little bit of emo, and some of burlesque subculture’s image? You’d end up with something like Bad Pollyanna. Sugary sweet, digitally perfect female vocals merged with a litany of electronica sounds and effects comprise 2013’s release, Monstrous Child. The …

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Evershine – Renewal

Pop-metal seems to be the new thing, these days. Softer metal bands that are meant to appeal to a wider audience are becoming ever more common, (The City Divided, Dead By April). Therefore, the fact that Italian metal masters Evershine are grasping this genre with both hands, and grasping it …

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Linkin Park – Living Things CD review

Over the past few years Linkin Park have ditched their nu metal roots seen on their first two albums, Hybrid Theory and Meteora and taken to more of a pop, radio friendly sound to keep up with the times and trends of the ever changing music scene. Now in 2012 …

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