We sat down the founder of Velvet Blue Music to discuss music, new releases, and why music is trash.
A very good look at where the Christian industrial scene had its gestation.
A real gem that hasn’t lost it’s energy after almost a decade, and whose impact will probably never fully be known.
In addition to these fresh, exciting elements, the album also features some of the most honest, spiritual songs that Martin has written in, well, quite some time.
While still a magnificent feast for the ears, every song on The Tick Tock Treasury reminds me of past Joy Electric albums.
However, it’s very fitting that I Am the Portugese Blues sport one of the older style covers, as in many ways, it’s a regression towards the band’s earlier sound.
In some ways, this album is an amalgamation of everything that Martin has done before.
Each of these songs feels convincingly, painfully convicted.
So, my ultimate question is, “Who makes you hate music?”
Nolan sat down with Cloud and got his future plans, the deal on Starflyer’s new EP, and Cloud’s picks from the fest.
It’s not rocket science, it’s not going to change the world, but as music-as-pleasant-diversions go, El Dorado is a damn good one.
A concept album that reveals the lives of the supposedly righteous for the moral travesties they really are.
Despite much of the album’s rather gloomy sound, there’s nothing overwrought or melodramatic about it
It’s beautiful and swirling dreamy chords with beautiful female vocals, much like My Bloody Valentine.
A fresh sound that captures interest with beautiful songwriting and lush instrumentation.
Charity Empressa’s “drone” music makes for a beautiful and consistently rewarding listen.
Simply put, this album reaffirms all that’s good and golden with pop music.
There are those times when, within the first 30 seconds of listening to a new CD, you know you’re listening to something truly special.
Bon Voyage plays beautiful, sweet pop perfection.