It’s been a long while since the last roundup, a feature that takes brief looks at the radio singles on the FM airwaves. Time to start it back up and visit some new old friends.
Apocalyptica – End of Me (feat. Gavin Rossdale)2008 brought the Finnish metal Stateside through Corey Taylor’s and Adam Gontier’s contributions to Worlds Colli
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Filter – The Inevitable RelapseQuoted to focus on the industrial and electronic elements that gave Filter their signature, “The Inevitable Relapse” makes good on that promi
3OH!3 – My First Kiss (feat. Ke$ha)From copying Uffie to concocting pop music recalling the cringe-worthy influx of “pop punk” circa 2001 combines 3OH!3 and Ke$ha.
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The Black Keys – Tighten UpAccelerating into the song akin to Spoon, the dirty blues rock duo returns with a Rubber Factorysounding single. Patrick Carney’s drum
Civil Twilight – Letters from the SkyThe way Andrew McKellar’s voice strains recalls classic Bono, just with a touch of Chris Martin. It is ambitious, beginning with
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2Cents – Get What?Given the following review’s mentioned tendency, 2Cents leans towards the harder end of the speed vs. heaviness spectrum. They cite Pennywise as inf
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The Bravery – HatefuckStir the Blood‘s lead single, “Slow Poison,” didn’t quite revive The Bravery as it should’ve. The beat lacked bite, a spark akin to “U