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Marshall's speaker has a retro feel

Marshall's speaker has a retro feel

He is the rockers among mobile musicians: the Marshall Hanwell , a speaker in the style of famous guitar amplifiers, which is also known by the great stages of the world.

IAMX, The Unified Field: The Spin Cycle Review

IAMX, The Unified Field: The Spin Cycle Review

The next evolution of trip hop comes in the form of IAMX which is fitting seeing that mastermind Chris Corner ushered in a similar trend when his former outfit, Sneaker Pimps, paved a new electronic revolution after a void was left by Portishead and Massive Attack. On their most recent Pledgemusic-funded The Unified Field, IAMX expand their range even more to give listeners the feeling that if Dead Can Dance began in 2013, they’d probably sound similar to IAMX. But […]

Purple Suns, MINES: The Spin Cycle Review

Purple Suns, MINES: The Spin Cycle Review

If you’re longing for the days when QOTSA was an indie band and still had that post-Kyuss fresh from the desert scent then Purple Suns is band you should definitely be paying attention to. On their latest EP, MINES, the band from Neptune (New Jersey, not the planet although their music could most certainly be classified as out of this world) lay on the rawk, pile on the grooves, and create something truly unique and wonderful. Opener “Naked Eyes” lays the groundwork […]

Fall Out Boy, “The Phoenix”: The Viewfinder Review

Fall Out Boy, “The Phoenix”: The Viewfinder Review

Fall Out Boy is not messing around. On the latest single/video off the highly anticipated Save Rock And Roll (Due April 16th), we see how the boys ended up in so much trouble in the video for “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up)”    and it is not pretty. Be warned, if you care about Patrick Stump at all, this video may not be for you. As for the song itself, “The Phoenix” still has some rousing electronics underneath but for the most part it sees […]

The Carlton Shuffle, 3/23/13

The Carlton Shuffle, 3/23/13

Spring supposedly started Wednesday, but it’s still dreary winter weather here at the Pittsburgh branch of our Popblerd offices. Spring can’t come soon enough. But while you’re waiting, we have your weekly dose of tunes that the Popblerd staff have had spinning this week. Give a listen, and let us know what’s been caressing your ears lately!