New at Mutiny Radio: Junior Boys

Posted by on Jun 18, 2011 in Music Reviews | No Comments

Junior Boys / It’s All True / Domino Records (2011) Review by Salex It’s All True is the third full-length release from Canadian synth-pop duo Junior Boys. The album kicks off with the upbeat “Itchy Fingers. The song features synth stabs, simple beats and the vocals of singer Jeremy Greenspan. Things get a bit darker […]

New at Mutiny Radio: Selebreties

Posted by on Jun 17, 2011 in Music Reviews | No Comments

Selebreties / Delusions / 2011 Review by the Passerby After years of 70’s throwback bands like The Strokes and Franz Fredinand, I was more than ready for the 80’s infused electronica to make a return. Selebreties’ album Delusions does a perfect early eighties sound that is at the same time dancey and dark. The vocals […]

New at Mutiny Radio: MAKING FRIENDZ

Posted by on Jun 17, 2011 in Music Reviews | No Comments

Making Friendz/ Social Life/ Last Bummer Records Review by Ashley Ashtray Making Friendz latest release “Social Life” begins with attention grabbing and upbeat track “Situation” with distorted punky guitar riffs and fun sing-a-long lyrics. Unexpected electronica synths make appearances throughout the album, providing a more a poppy sound and more playful girl vocals. With 80s […]

Big Pauper “Beyond My Means”

Posted by on May 16, 2011 in Music Reviews | No Comments

Delivering genre-agnostic, sampledelic bombast, Portland’s Big Pauper (formerly Panzah Zandahz of Radiohead mashup fame) leaves no media unraided for his debut LP. Tripping among big downtempo beats, B-movie dialog, and waves of distortion you’ll find a sophisticated sense of melody that can reference 60s garage and soft rock with equal aplomb. A spacey, glitchy ride that […]

Review: Shareef Ali & The Radical Folksonomy

Posted by on Mar 28, 2011 in Music Reviews | No Comments

SHAREEF ALI & THE RADICAL FOLKSONOMY / The Once And Future Boyfriend CD-EP / Self-Released / 2010 Review by the Rock ‘n’ Roll Nurse It’s a familiar sound, but a friendly one.  Who would have thought that after all the noise that was popular the last 20 years in the music underground that there would […]

Review: Fujiya & Miyagi / Ventriloquizzing

Posted by on Mar 23, 2011 in Music Reviews | No Comments

Fujiya & Miyagi / Ventriloquizzing / Yep Roc Review by DJ Ecoutez Straight out of Brighton, UK and ready to make a statement (or two!), Fujiya & Miyagi have come full force with some important messages in their latest album, Ventriloquizzing. It’s quite the social statement of a record, somberly speaking on the traditions and […]

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