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  • BEACH SLANG - A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings (Review)

    Beach Slang A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings Big Scary Monsters http://beachslang.bandcamp.com/album/a-loud-bash-of-teenage-feelings Release date: September 23, 2016 Philadelphia quartet Beach Slang set the bar high with the release of last year’s The...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/370-beach-slang-a-loud-bash-of-teenage-feelings-review
  • Rob1340's Album of the Year List

    1. Pity Sex - White Hot Moon - Run for Cover Records Slick production and loud dreamy post-rock songs with both male and female vocals. This album encapsulates everything I love about pop music. 2. Beach Slang - A Loud Bash of Teenage Feelings -...

    http://1340mag.com/2-uncategorised/383-rob1340-album-of-the-year-list
  • LUME - Lume (Review)

    looks the nicest to me. As a result of this intro, before I heard a note I expected sprawling, massive songs driven by loud guitars. This is more of a band effort though than just a wall of guitars. Lume has found that little pocket where shoegaze,...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/18-lume-lume-review
  • Roadcase Royale- First Things First

    Roadcase Royale First Things First Loud & Proud Records www.RoadcaseRoyale.com R & B singer, and former member of Prince’s New Power Generation, Liv Warfield and Heart’s Nancy Wilson have joined forces in Roadcase Royale. Don’t let the supergroup...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/453-roadcase-royale-first-things-first
  • ANAKIN - Radio Transmission Failure (Review)

    Reggie & the Full Effect paired with the walls of guitars from a Balance & Composure tied with vocals akin to Dave from Mae. Loud yet passive. It’s futuristic and retro. Yes, Anakin is a study in contrast and it’s an excellent meld. “Overdue” has to be...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/376-anakin-radio-transmission-failure-review
  • MEANGIRLS - Morgan McCoy (Interview)

    when we were both going through our mall goth phase. RF: What should people expect seeing Mean Girls live? MM: We’re loud, very loud. Also, Karsten has the best posi-jumps. RF: Where do you see Mean Girls a year from now? MM: On tour we were talking...

    http://1340mag.com/features/301-meangirls-morgan-mccoy-interview
  • THE WINERY DOGS - Hot Streak (Review)

    The Winery Dogs Hot Streak Loud & Proud http://www.thewinerydogs.com Release date: October 2, 2015 Most of the “super groups” that are assembled are only together long enough to record an album and then they are all on to different projects. The Winery...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/126-the-winery-dogs-hot-streak-review
  • COMPLAINER - Floodplain (Review)

    opportunity to record a tape in a German laundromat. The outcome is pretty much exactly what you would expect, Floodplain is loud, messy and exciting. This band used to be called Spelling Bee and their experience is obvious. Over the course of eight...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/406-complainer-floodplain-review
  • GUTTERMOUTH - Got It Made (Music Review)

    like Guttermouth that stand their ground in the fetid trenches of punk rock. Since their debut in 1989 the band has created loud, sarcastic, offensive music. The band may have grown up since their early years, but the music and the attitude that fuels...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/359-guttermouth-got-it-made-music-review
  • LACEY STURM - Life Screams (Review)

    I would have expected this album to “cozy up” to the CCM community. Sturm is full of surprises however with this loud and raucous batch of Hard Rock tunes and a tour with OTEP. Life Screams kicks off with its best moment, “Impossible.” It’s very similar...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/268-lacey-sturm-life-screams-review
  • JIM FLORENTINE & DON JAMIESON - Terrorizing Telemarketers Volume 6 (Review)

    uninterested caller. Despite a few slow moments (and they are very few), the majority of these tracks are laugh out loud, shoot milk out of your nose funny. Jim Florentine and Don Jamieson continue to be the kingsof the prank call, and their reign shows...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/222-jim-florentine-don-jamieson-terrorizing-telemarketers-volume-6-review
  • 2015 Albums of the Year

    Judicator - At The Expense of Humanity - Tribunal Records Moonspell - Extinct - Napalm Records Amorphis - Under the Red Cloud - Nuclear Blast Records Jeff 1340 #Jeff1340 Iron Maiden - Book of Souls - Parlophone Records Saxon - Battering Ram - UDR Music...

    http://1340mag.com/submit-an-article/2-uncategorised/216-2015-albums-of-the-year
  • DANZIG - Skeletons (Review)

    the most. It has a very seventies feel because it sounds like it was recorded in a garage. Danzig’s vocals are pretty loud in the mix and he’s often off-key, but it’s just got some raw power to it that forces you to dig it. The theme song from “Devil’s...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/190-danzig-skeletons-review
  • DEVIL YOU KNOW - They Bleed Red (Review)

    moments are weighed against tracks like “Stay of Execution”, “Shattered Silence” and “Master of None” which are generally loud, harsh, and unbridled in their ferocity. And that, of course, is the formula which made bands like Killswitch Engage popular....

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/184-devil-you-know-they-bleed-red-review
  • LOS KUNG FU MONKEYS - Rudeboy Rockers (Review)

    a classic upbeat ska jam, echoing with hints of Operation Ivy, that locks you into the album. Track “Move On” displays a loud brassy sound but with rock piano included in the mix, blending a nice variety in its composition while providing both one of...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/171-los-kung-fu-monkeys-rudeboy-rockers-review
  • GAMA BOMB - Untouchable Glory (Review)

    and will placed puns. Songs like “She-Thing” and “Witching Mania” are geeky fun in a pummeling metal package. I laughed out loud the first time I heard “Avenge Me” quote the movie Young Frankenstein, with Byrne singing “destiny, destiny, no escaping...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/114-gama-bomb-untouchable-glory-review
  • DEADHEADS - Loadead (Review)

    sponsors Deadheads arrive like superheroes intent on saving the world in the name of rock. The band is unapologetically loud and brash, offering a punky take on Motorhead’s sound makes its home somewhere between the overdriven rock of Turbonegro and the...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/112-deadheads-loadead-review
  • MONKEY - Bananarchy (Review)

    MU-330 feel, makes us laugh with the story of a guy dealing with his drug-dealing neighborhood, whom plays their music too loud in the apartment next door. "Caffeine" is an all instrumental, medium paced jam which helps keep the good vibes flowing....

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/109-monkey-bananarchy-review
  • MIDAS FALL - The Menagerie Inside (Review)

    Shoegaze, and Alternative Rock with progressive and Gothic undertones.” While that’s certainly a mouthful to say out loud, the band touches boldly, and sometimes briefly, on all of those styles throughout this album. The Menagerie Inside is a sonic...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/26-midas-fall-the-menagerie-inside-review

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