The Popravinas “Willy Nilly”

California pop rockers The POPRAVINAS have been playing for quite some time now since they started in the mid-2000s and released their first album ("Everybody's Fault But Ours") in 2008. Their music is a fine mix of powerpop and alt-country with a a bit of ROLLING STONES thrown in ("Talkin' Out Loud", "Did Ya") and... Continue Reading →

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Brad Marino “Extra Credit”

Following his EP "Four Track Attack", BRAD MARINO (The CONNECTION) is back with a solo album on which he plays every instrument with a little help from his friend Kris Rodgers on keys/piano. Opening song "Broken Clocks" has a big RAMONES feel, and powerpop sweetly mixes with old-school rock'n'roll in "It's Not Right", "Don't Do... Continue Reading →

Ditches “The Taste” 7″

These guys could have chosen the easy way and play HELLACOPTERS influenced rock'n'roll since they are from Sweden, but they sound more like American powerpop on speed. "The Taste", "Tired Eyes" are less than two minutes, and they cover The Go-Go's "We Don't Get Along" in their own way and at their own speed! DITCHES... Continue Reading →

The Stick Arounds “Ways To Hang On”

"Ways To Hang On" is the second album of Michigan's THE STICK AROUNDS although the members of the band have been playing together for 8 years and played in many bands before. This is American melodic rock influenced by powerpop. You can hear some REPLACEMENTS influences, or even early REM ("Better Off Like This") and... Continue Reading →

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