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  • Dead Letter Circus - ‘Aesthesis’ (Rodeostar / SPV)
    Tweet Hailing from Australia the five piece outfit Dead Letter Circus have already earned themselves a hefty fanbase in their native land thanks to two previous albums and decent charting positions as well as slogging it out on the road bringing their sound to the masses down under Their latest offering Aesthesis sees them once again unleashing their brand of anthemic rock that has made them so popular since their arrival back in 2005 So what s in store for this their third album In Plain Sight opens proceedings and if you re a fan of big production fist in the air rock then this is a pretty damn good introduction to Aesthesis After an unassuming acoustic guitar vocal introduction the texture and pace of the track quickly build into a mass wall of sound With an ebb and flow of dynamics that keeps the track feeling fresh before a guitar solo builds in the latter half leading to the final build up and fade out It s a statement of what to expect from the rest of the album There s plenty to enjoy on this record the guitar solo While You Wait has a Joe Satriani vibe to it and the track as whole is one of the catchiest within the album and with its hook line chorus it will definitely work on the live circuit Elsewhere YANA and The Lie We Live showcase the vocal talents of Kim Benzie who has a very impressive range that is ideally suited to the style of Dead Letter Circus Other tracks on the album such as Show Me and Silence have almost a U2 vibe to them but not much Show Me features some guitar parts that make use of chorus and delay effects combined with a playing style that

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  • Dead Letter Circus - ‘Aesthesis’ (Rodeostar / SPV)
    production fist in the air rock then this is a pretty damn good introduction to Aesthesis After an unassuming acoustic guitar vocal introduction the texture and pace of the track quickly build into a mass wall of sound With an ebb and flow of dynamics that keeps the track feeling fresh before a guitar solo builds in the latter half leading to the final build up and fade out It s a statement of what to expect from the rest of the album There s plenty to enjoy on this record the guitar solo While You Wait has a Joe Satriani vibe to it and the track as whole is one of the catchiest within the album and with its hook line chorus it will definitely work on the live circuit Elsewhere YANA and The Lie We Live showcase the vocal talents of Kim Benzie who has a very impressive range that is ideally suited to the style of Dead Letter Circus Other tracks on the album such as Show Me and Silence have almost a U2 vibe to them but not much Show Me features some guitar parts that make use of chorus and delay effects combined with a

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  • Los Pepes - 'All Over Now' (Wanda Records)
    release a handful of singles and an album that is full to bursting with fantastic power pop punk rock ala Buzzcocks and Ramones all with a very British edge that is all killer and certainly no filler Not an easy feat to write an album full of tunes and make them all vital audio love bombs well Los Pepes know exactly how to pen those songs and this time out they have wedged in eleven slabs of greatness Flying out of the traps it literally kicks off with two and a half minutes of I m No Good and already I m exhausted such is the frantic pace and smart pop hooks they ve wedged into this opener damn it even has a nifty breakdown of bass and drums before the ear splitting guitar break drives you right back into the chorus There isn t a single second of originality on here but the hooks on songs like I ll See You Tonight are already classics give me great catchy songs over originality every time because being original for the sake of it is so hipster and way overrated besides writing catchy power pop this good isn t easy even if Ben Perrier makes it look like it is it s not I think my speakers have got a sweat on as the relentless melodies keep pumping out In around thirty minutes the master class of hooks and melodies is complete and I kinda feel sorry for Ben Perrier the poor guy must struggle to sleep with all these melodies swirling round his cranium all the time and imagine the ones he forgets about Something New is a fantastic summery melody with lyrics to melt Danny Zuko s heart all whilst the abrasive buzzing electric guitar swirls around the tune

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  • Los Pepes - 'All Over Now' (Wanda Records)
    out of the traps it literally kicks off with two and a half minutes of I m No Good and already I m exhausted such is the frantic pace and smart pop hooks they ve wedged into this opener damn it even has a nifty breakdown of bass and drums before the ear splitting guitar break drives you right back into the chorus There isn t a single second of originality on here but the hooks on songs like I ll See You Tonight are already classics give me great catchy songs over originality every time because being original for the sake of it is so hipster and way overrated besides writing catchy power pop this good isn t easy even if Ben Perrier makes it look like it is it s not I think my speakers have got a sweat on as the relentless melodies keep pumping out In around thirty minutes the master class of hooks and melodies is complete and I kinda feel sorry for Ben Perrier the poor guy must struggle to sleep with all these melodies swirling round his cranium all the time and imagine the ones he forgets about Something New is a fantastic summery melody with lyrics to melt Danny Zuko s heart all whilst the abrasive buzzing electric guitar swirls around the tune as the breakdown builds into a heaving crescendo and then you re done finito There are moments where the frantic pace relents like the laidback Nothing Special or the ultra melodic Just The Way It Goes which could easily have fallen off Self Destruction Blues whereas People is covered in Love Bites if Pete Shelly was so inclined In another great record personal highlights are everywhere but the ragged glory of Wait Until The Summer Time is a particular

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  • Über Röck-Kick Ass Rock N Roll
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  • Port Noir - ‘Anyway The Wind Carries’ (Century Media)
    Cash and Rage Against The Machine Now they are set to deliver their second full length record Anyway The Wind Carries This album includes twelve brand new tracks that are set to develop their experimental sound even further Album opener and title track of the album Anyway The Wind Carries features dramatic and massive sounding guitar riffs and hooks coupled with some intense drum beats courtesy of Andreas Wiberg There is a hefty rock groove working throughout this track that provides a solid foundation on which the vocal melody sits neatly on top The track build to a technical guitar solo which accentuates the more experimental part of the band s sound whilst still fitting in with the overall feel of the track Earth and Onyx showcase Port Noir s more 80s pop influences evocative synthesiser lines akin to those found within the likes of Kraftwerk and Brian Eno tracks are blended neatly with chopped guitar riffs and powerful drum beats to create a unique and catchy sound Love Andersson s vocals cut through the mix and deliver a hefty rock punch that gives an extra edge to these tracks Exile and Come What May offer some of the heaviest sounds on this record The bass lines found in both tracks deliver a weighty gut punch that drives the whole thing forward The former of these tracks has a definite sludge like feel to it with a mammoth guitar riff complimenting the bass lines and the drums crashing around and providing a stomping beat Fur Rye offers a moment of tranquillity in the album with its reserved and stripped back verse sections featuring Andersson s vocals coupled with moderate instrumentation and a wash of atmospheric synthesisers The chorus sections kick it up a gear but no to the same levels

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  • Port Noir - ‘Anyway The Wind Carries’ (Century Media)
    track of the album Anyway The Wind Carries features dramatic and massive sounding guitar riffs and hooks coupled with some intense drum beats courtesy of Andreas Wiberg There is a hefty rock groove working throughout this track that provides a solid foundation on which the vocal melody sits neatly on top The track build to a technical guitar solo which accentuates the more experimental part of the band s sound whilst still fitting in with the overall feel of the track Earth and Onyx showcase Port Noir s more 80s pop influences evocative synthesiser lines akin to those found within the likes of Kraftwerk and Brian Eno tracks are blended neatly with chopped guitar riffs and powerful drum beats to create a unique and catchy sound Love Andersson s vocals cut through the mix and deliver a hefty rock punch that gives an extra edge to these tracks Exile and Come What May offer some of the heaviest sounds on this record The bass lines found in both tracks deliver a weighty gut punch that drives the whole thing forward The former of these tracks has a definite sludge like feel to it with a mammoth guitar riff complimenting the bass lines and the drums crashing around and providing a stomping beat Fur Rye offers a moment of tranquillity in the album with its reserved and stripped back verse sections featuring Andersson s vocals coupled with moderate instrumentation and a wash of atmospheric synthesisers The chorus sections kick it up a gear but no to the same levels as found elsewhere on the record Certainly a stand out moment on the album as it creates an excellent soundscape for the listener Anyway The Wind Carries is a tricky album to get to grips with initially it takes a couple of

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