Monthly Archives: April 2013

Tristan Reid by leslie snyder

“Love & the Fucked Up Noise inside My Head” By Leslie Snyder Dark secrets ooze out of Washington, D.C. from an independent ambient/experimental rock solo artist named Tristan Reid. Tristan Reid sings songs about inner turmoil and personal exploration while … Continue reading

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L.M.I. By leslie snyder

“L. M. I. II” EP By Leslie Snyder A dreary story begins in Lansdale, Pennsylvania from an unsigned punk rock, ska band called L. M. I. L. M. I. sings songs about hopelessness and drug addiction with no light at … Continue reading

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Ed tang & the chops by leslie snyder

“Goodbye, Zen 5, Sushi Dinner” By Leslie Snyder The good times are rolling in Asbury Park, New Jersey from an independent folk rock band called Ed Tang & the Chops. Ed Tang & the Chops sing simple songs about finding … Continue reading

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Elephants for autism cd cover

Release date may 17th, 2013 Features over 40 bands on 2 discs

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Woodrowgerber by leslie snyder

Woodrowgerber “In the Beginning” By Leslie Snyder Shadows of doubt hover over Los Angeles, California. These shadows come from an independent solo artist and electronic/urban rock producer named Woodrowgerber. Woodrowgerber sounds similar to Queen and The Verve with their sharp … Continue reading

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On the offense by leslie snyder

On the offense “Frontline” By Leslie Snyder Brutal honesty roars out of New York, New York from an independent hardcore quintet called On the Offense. On The Offense sounds similar to Anthrax with their rough, “gritty” rock melodies. The lead … Continue reading

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Sios by leslie snyder

SIOS “Halcyon Failure” By Leslie Snyder An ominous cloud hovers over Elizabeth, New Jersey. This ominous cloud comes from an independent progressive rock quartet called SIOS. SIOS sounds similar to the late Frank Zappa and Metallica with their “snarling” vocals … Continue reading

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