Ezlyh Gutierrez

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Eight Reasons Why You Should Go to MR Fest Right Now

By Ezlyh Gutierrez MR Fest Press Team MR Fest kicked off at Stonewall Warehouse in San Marcos last night. The ninth annual music festival continues today with almost 50 bands at seven different venues. Here are eight reasons why you should go to MR Fest, like, right now. 1. A Chance to Win Float Fest Tickets. If you pick up our flyer, complete our scavenger hunt and turn it in […]

todayApril 30, 2016 16


MR Fest Artist Profile: I Am the Albatross

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Journalist I Am the Albatross is an Austin-based trio that has perfected the ability of fusing the resonance of heavy Americana and western psych with the drama and excitement of rock ‘n’ roll. Jesse Berkowitz’s rugged vocals compliment the animated, grungy guitar work he effortlessly presents to the table. Along with fun, fuzzy bass handsomely delivered by Giuseppe Ponti, and finally, all synced together with percussion carried […]

todayApril 28, 2016 25


Crater: Talk To Me So I Can Fall Asleep Review

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Journalist Artist: Crater Album: Talk to Me So I Can Fall Asleep Label: Help Yourself Records Release Date: February 26th, 2016 Website: craterbabes.bandcamp.com If you’re a sucker for stories about millennial relationships with a punch of grungy electro­pop and most importantly, angst, I welcome you to Nirvana. Talk to Me So I Can Fall Asleep is a melting pot of “I kind of love you, behind my cellphone screen,” “nah, […]

todayApril 7, 2016 20


Seven Songs for the Everyday Political Punk

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Reviewer Lets face it, the system is crazy, out of order and needs our heavy, ear spitting voices to fight it. When our protests and pickets fail, music speaks. People are dying, the world is rotting and we are young, tired and opinionated; it’s a hard life. However, nothing cures the activist burn out like fast and electric drum measures, outspoken lyrics and a good break […]

todayMarch 30, 2016 71


Hey Marseilles: Hey Marseilles Review

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Reviewer Artist: Hey Marseilles Album: Hey Marseilles Label: Dine Alone Records Release Date: February 6, 2016 Website: heymarseilles.com Hey Marseilles is another baroque pop band. As a fan of chamber pop, I respect Matt Bishop's ability to combined classical instruments with alternative rock to create a harmony that gives the listener a feel of what we call today, modern­ folk. This phrase I have just stated to you, however, […]

todayFebruary 18, 2016 32


Julia Brown: An Abundance of Strawberries Review

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Reviewer Artist: Julia Brown Album: An Abundance of Strawberries Label: Birdtapes Release Date: January 15, 2016 Website: cool.bandcamp.com/ Nothing gives me more chills than dreamy, delayed acoustics, sharp psychedelic details and transitions flowing effortlessly to create a theme of raw magnificence. Every other piece in An Abundance of Strawberries seems to have it's own unique voice, story, and mysterious message. The most pleasurable part of listening […]

todayFebruary 17, 2016 74


Charlie Hilton: Palana Review

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Reviewer Artist: Charlie Hilton Album: Palana Label: Captured Tracks Release Date: January 22, 2016 Charlie Hilton’s gentle tone of voice was the first thing I admired when listening to this composition of work, Palana. It is pure, light, and unaltered. Her lines are catchy and modest. Although I am not a fan of pieces that are overall too simplistic, Charlie Hilton’s mechanisms are charming and compelling. The […]

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