Archive for August 1st, 2012

  • I’ve been writing a lot about Zero Zero lately, but honestly, I can’t help myself. I’m not sure if it is because they combine everything I love about electro-pop, while maintaining a subliminal garage rock vibe or if it’s because two members of The Love Me Nots and one member of The Dead Eyes Of London (both true rock’n’roll outfits if there ever were) have sparked off into completely different directions. Last week for EchoCloud.TV  I chose their demo of “Drug” as the song of the week and before that I featured them, based on that demo alone in the...

    Zero Zero Literally “Tear It Up”

    I’ve been writing a lot about Zero Zero lately, but honestly, I can’t help myself. I’m not sure if it is because they combine everything I love about electro-pop, while maintaining a subliminal garage rock vibe or if it’s because two members of The Love Me Nots and one member of The Dead Eyes Of London (both true rock’n’roll outfits if there ever were) have sparked off into completely different directions. Last week for EchoCloud.TV  I chose their demo of “Drug” as the song of the week and before that I featured them, based on that demo alone in the...

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  •   A Letter From The Editor: I have to admit, it was a conscious decision to take a break from soundsaroundtown.net for a few months. I know I didn’t announce anything, didn’t make a big deal out of it, but I needed a break. Truth be told, I haven’t stopped my promotion and constant perusal of local music one iota during this time—I’ve just been doing it in different ways and through different avenues. For one thing, I’ve been having a great time writing for JAVA Magazine, as I have all along, but I’ve also been writing heavily for what...

    Welcome Back To SoundsAroundTown.Net!

      A Letter From The Editor: I have to admit, it was a conscious decision to take a break from soundsaroundtown.net for a few months. I know I didn’t announce anything, didn’t make a big deal out of it, but I needed a break. Truth be told, I haven’t stopped my promotion and constant perusal of local music one iota during this time—I’ve just been doing it in different ways and through different avenues. For one thing, I’ve been having a great time writing for JAVA Magazine, as I have all along, but I’ve also been writing heavily for what...

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