In case you missed it before, i've added my review of Big D and the Kids Table's How It Goes to our newly relaunched album reviews database, and you can check that out right here. More reviews coming soon!
Brandon Allin on 11/21/05 - 03:15 PM
I have posted my review for The Skeptics' Hearts & Spades right here.
Rohan Kohli on 11/21/05 - 02:56 PM
For some strange reason, AP was lacking a review for Nightmare Of You's stellar debut self-titled album. So, I reviewed it and you can check it out here.
Drew Beringer on 11/20/05 - 09:44 PM
I have posted my review for Agent Sparks' Not So Merry EP below:

Agent Sparks ReviewAgent Sparks
Not So Merry EP
[Immortal; 2005]

Featuring ex-members of AudioVENT, as well as brothers of Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger (who also produced the EP), one might expect Agent Sparks to simply be Incubus Jr. Not the case. Not even close. Instead, one should expect quirky, peculiar, somewhat bratty, dance-y, dual-gender fronted, indie-inspired pop music (quite the mouthful, eh?). I give the band scene points for quirkiness, no question, but there’s a serious lack of hooks on this EP which prevents me from coming back for more and more. However, I’m a pop rock fan first and foremost (and...
Rohan Kohli on 11/12/05 - 04:16 PM
I finally got around to writing a review for Big D and the Kids Table's latest, How It Goes. Check it out below:

Big D and the Kids Table - How It GoesBig D and the Kids Table
How It Goes
[Springman; 2005]

Score: 9.1/10

Boston's favourite ska-punks, Big D and the Kids Table, are back with their new record How It Goes via Springman Records. This time around, however, Big D have created a record that is bound to shock, mesmerize, and entrance the world. With 20 tracks (which alone is more than any music fan could ask for) of pure angst, dignity, melody, and excitement, How It Goes is deserving of all the praise it can get. The band has finally found their groove, and this record...
Brandon Allin on 11/11/05 - 05:46 PM
As our review system is currently down, I am posting my review for Days Like These' Inventure right here:

Days Like These ReviewDays Like These
[Lobster Records; 2005]

To be quite honest, I thought Days Like These’ last album, Charity Burns Green, was a fairly bland, uninspiring, untextured rock album, but an album which showed flashes of excellence at times. It was easily apparent that the band was a veritable diamond in the rough, and that it would only be a matter of an album or two before Days Like These could realize their full potential and break it big. With Inventure, Days Like These has taken a bold step towards realizing that potential, and has delivered a...
Rohan Kohli on 11/11/05 - 03:03 PM
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