What Pulses Inside

Posted: October 9, 2012 in Uncategorized

This is our cover of Enter Shikari’s “Anything Can Happen In The Next Half Hour”

This is a song that only took me like an hour to put together

Artist Spotlight: Paper Route

Posted: August 30, 2011 in Music

Genre: Indie


This band picks the perfect chords.  They know exactly what sound will strike you to the core, and I love it.  Their songs are more complex than their typical soft rock /indie colleagues, who love to rock the I V vi IV.  They invert, and change up the chords to give their music a unique sound.  Its good stuff

Are We All Forgotten


Artist Spotlight: Maybeshewill

Posted: August 30, 2011 in Music

Genre: Post Rock


This band kicks ass.  If you’re into instrumental, complex music, get this band’s music asap.  These guys have tons of talent on their instruments, and a great group chemistry that contributes to amazing climaxes, dynamic changes, and chills down your spine.  They like to get heavier guitar going, which is something that is rare to see in the ambient/post rock genre.  Check them out, theyre sick.


The Paris Hilton Sex Tape

Disclaimer:  Anyone that came here to watch the actual sex tape, you must be disappointed.

Japanese Spy Transcript


Posted: August 3, 2011 in Music

The Lips

“The Lips” are an accomplished independent garage/punk duo from Oakland, New Jersey. “The Lips” started out as an experimental side project consisting of mostly electronic music in May of 2009, but has changed drastically since. Having won more than 20 songwriting awards worldwide, and focusing on extremely raw songwriting and production, it is only a matter of time until “The Lips” are recognized as one of the great independent artists of recent memory.

“…Their diversity of sound, which accounts for the band’s appeal to a wide range of fans, has a minimalist style that marries sound and lyrics…” The Oakland Journal ”

…It’s a brilliant, sometimes controversial and always catchy production of sounds and I love it. This isn’t just the work of a musician, it’s the work of an artist, and I mean that…” Idle and the Bear ”

…This band is a band you should NOT pass up, no matter what the situation. Buy their album, and see them live. I promise, you will become a fan…” Punk Bands on the Rise ”

…This music is unbelievable. It’s very seldom you discover a band like ‘The Lips.’ It’s very seldom you find a band that has all the tools…” Only the Best Music Here ”

…A perfect reason to listen to independent music…” Indie Alternative Rock ”

…The mix of garage/punk and electronic/pop anchor a sound that relates to the audience through deep lyrics and emotional singing. Songwriter/front man Anthony M. Laido has created an original sound that brings to minds the early work of John Lennon and Kurt Cobain…” The Real Musician ”

…A mix of a lot of different genres such as pop, garage, rock, electro, that flow melodically…” The Riffs Scout ”

…You might not understand ‘The Lips’ at first. You might not understand the attitude. You might not understand the ripped jeans, the sunglasses, the plaid shirts, or even the way their music is recording with limited production. What you will understand after giving this band a chance, is that they may be the next band to change rock ‘n’ roll…” Basement Music 4 U

The single off their upcoming self titled debut will be released in early September through Lillian Records. 

Lillian Records: Free Music For Everyone
“Caged Inside” Single:

Flashback: Hybrid Theory

Posted: June 18, 2011 in Music

The other day i decided to listen to the soundtrack of my 4th and 5th grade: Linkin Park’s amazing album Hybrid Theory.  Even 10+ years later, I still know all the words, down to the background singing and raps.  Its amazing how the brain can remember that kind of stuff.  Its also amazing, to me anyway, that the best way for me to remember the past, is by listening to the same music as was playing at the time.  The memories become more vivid, and lost memories come out of the shadows.

In The End


Artist Spotlight: The Cat Empire

Posted: June 14, 2011 in Music

Genre: Ska/Reggae


This chill reggae band has a strong Cuban feel, that sets it apart from a lot of other bands.  My favorite part (call me bias) is the raspy trumpet, who really adds to the color of the songs. 

(Be patient, the song starts at 0:42)

The Chariot