Archive for May 3rd, 2011

  • Peachcake This Wasn’t Our Plan http://peachcake.net Peachcake takes a sonic leap on this “accidental” EP that happened on their way to making, what promises to be, if this record is any indication, one of the best albums of the year. While the EP may well have been an accident, the music found throughout these five songs certainly is not. This is, simply said, mindblowingly awesome.  Peachcake redefines dance music as actual dance music, as in the dance music we grew up with, great beats, meaningful lyrics, aimed purpose and brilliant execution. If you have a taste for when dance music...

    Peachcake – This Wasn’t Our Plan EP Out Today!!!

    Peachcake This Wasn’t Our Plan http://peachcake.net Peachcake takes a sonic leap on this “accidental” EP that happened on their way to making, what promises to be, if this record is any indication, one of the best albums of the year. While the EP may well have been an accident, the music found throughout these five songs certainly is not. This is, simply said, mindblowingly awesome.  Peachcake redefines dance music as actual dance music, as in the dance music we grew up with, great beats, meaningful lyrics, aimed purpose and brilliant execution. If you have a taste for when dance music...

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  •    Sailing Away With Those Vibrant Young People Are Dead (Editor’s Note: This is an expanded and corrected version of the article that appeared in the April 2011 issue of JAVA Magazine. This is the director’s cut.) Right from the start, Mergence’s debut album explodes with a resounding “HA!”, then the piano, guitars and drums crash in at once, while lead singer Adam Bruce sings, “Focus all your energy on one thing at a time, trade in all your enemies for just this one good time, we sail, sail away.” Indeed they will and for the next 39 minutes of...

    Mergence Can’t Recline In These Satellite Times

       Sailing Away With Those Vibrant Young People Are Dead (Editor’s Note: This is an expanded and corrected version of the article that appeared in the April 2011 issue of JAVA Magazine. This is the director’s cut.) Right from the start, Mergence’s debut album explodes with a resounding “HA!”, then the piano, guitars and drums crash in at once, while lead singer Adam Bruce sings, “Focus all your energy on one thing at a time, trade in all your enemies for just this one good time, we sail, sail away.” Indeed they will and for the next 39 minutes of...

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