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SONG OF THE DAY

Build God, Then We’ll Talk - Panic! At The Disco

A truly captivating song from a captivating band, adding texture with violins and sweeping melodies. Deffinetely something worth your while.

MCR Tony Hawk Interview

A decent interview in my opinion, combining a mixture of skating and origons of music. I really liked seeing My Chem break through their emo label and kind of get over it, as I remember there being a lot of controversy back in the day. Here’s the link to anyone that’s interested.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xcb7ooWq18

I’m a Ufo in This City Review
Hey music fans! Within the last six months, I’ve come across multiple newcoming bands, as early 2012 seemed to be sprouting them up out of the ground everyday. In the past, I’ve had great success in finding a new band, falling in love with their music, and then watching in awe as they rose to stardom. So as you can imagine, when I came across LostAlone, I was astonished that they had been around longer than most bands I listen to. Their first album, Say No To The World was released in 2007, however the band had been in existence since ‘05. After checking out their first album I immidiately fell in love, and after discussing them with fellow music lovers, I was astounded that barely anyone knew who they were. Their first album absolutely blew me away, the complex sweeping chords and depth behind each lyric rose a new perspective of music in me, and I listned to nothing but that album for months on end.
So you can imagine how thrilled I was when they announced their new album, I’m a Ufo in This City, and I am happy to say my expectations were more than lifted. Every song on this album has some sort of element to it, differencing intself from each other yet somehow mimicing a familiar tune, ringings of My Chemical Romance and Iron Maiden are clear in each song, yet there is something else there that is entirely it’s own thing.
The songs are never a let down, and if you’re a fan of classic rock music such as Queen, you’ll not be let down. Taking you on a ride, the album whisks you into each song, going from a pounding rock anthem begining and leadng you into soft melodies that will forever ring in your head, ending with a finale that’s righteouss to each song.
I absolutely recomend this band to rock, indie, and punk fans as well as someone who wants to listen to something new. Believe me, you will not be dissapointed.

I’m a Ufo in This City Review

Hey music fans! Within the last six months, I’ve come across multiple newcoming bands, as early 2012 seemed to be sprouting them up out of the ground everyday. In the past, I’ve had great success in finding a new band, falling in love with their music, and then watching in awe as they rose to stardom. So as you can imagine, when I came across LostAlone, I was astonished that they had been around longer than most bands I listen to. Their first album, Say No To The World was released in 2007, however the band had been in existence since ‘05. After checking out their first album I immidiately fell in love, and after discussing them with fellow music lovers, I was astounded that barely anyone knew who they were. Their first album absolutely blew me away, the complex sweeping chords and depth behind each lyric rose a new perspective of music in me, and I listned to nothing but that album for months on end.

So you can imagine how thrilled I was when they announced their new album, I’m a Ufo in This City, and I am happy to say my expectations were more than lifted. Every song on this album has some sort of element to it, differencing intself from each other yet somehow mimicing a familiar tune, ringings of My Chemical Romance and Iron Maiden are clear in each song, yet there is something else there that is entirely it’s own thing.

The songs are never a let down, and if you’re a fan of classic rock music such as Queen, you’ll not be let down. Taking you on a ride, the album whisks you into each song, going from a pounding rock anthem begining and leadng you into soft melodies that will forever ring in your head, ending with a finale that’s righteouss to each song.

I absolutely recomend this band to rock, indie, and punk fans as well as someone who wants to listen to something new. Believe me, you will not be dissapointed.

In The Semi-Begining

Hey fellow indie punk rock music fans (assuming you like that sort of music if you’re reading this) and welcome to my humble attempt at a music blog.

I’ve recently discovered my passion is to go into music journalism, and since college (and a potential internship) are a few years away, I’ve decided I want to add music blogger to my future resume.

How about I start with introducing myslef? My name is Taylor and I’m a highschooler living in the suburbs of Kansas City. Music has been a passion of mine since I was very little, starting with country and eventually gravitating towards indie, rock and punk (what a leap).

I play the electric and acoustic guitars as well as five years of experience with the piano and continuous vocal studies.

Some bands I worship love are My Chemical Romance, Panic! At the Disco, Paramore, VersaEmerge, A Day To Remember, Iron Maiden, The Misfits and countless others.

This blog will basically include subtle news going on in the music buisness as well as reviews of new (and old) albums and EP’s. Once I pull my act together I will also post updates on concerts and shows, most frequenting the Kansas City area though there will be a few out-of-state shows as well.

If you have any questions about me or my blog, don’t hesitate to ask! If you’re a new band and would like a review on anything from albums to EP’s I’m availible as well, through public or private contact.