Music, Reviews

The Junction: City Nights Review

By David Orozco Music Journalist Artist: The Junction Album: City Nights Release Date: May 15, 2017 Label: Self Released The Junction is an indie rock band formed in Brampton, Ontario, Canada in the year 2000. Originally signed to Universal Music, the band split from the label in 2006 and have been releasing music through their […]

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Features, Music

Why You Should Listen To Bomb The Music Industry!

By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist “Bomb the Music Industry! (and Action Action) (and Refused) (and Born Against) Are F**king Dead” reads the title of the sixth track on Bomb The Music Industry!’s 2006 album, To Leave or Die In Long Island. What was once a cynical and ironic jab at the band’s expense is now […]

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Music, Reviews

Drowners: On Desire Review

By Ché Salgado Music Reviewer Artist: Drowners Album: On Desire Released: June 24, 2016 Label: Frenchkiss Website: http://www.drownersband.com/         Drowners: post-punk for people who call Cage the Elephant their “favorite indie band”, post-punk for people who consider Souvlaki the best shoegaze record because Loveless is “too noisy, you can’t hear the words”, post-punk for people who […]

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Music, Reviews

Bro Dylan: Crisis Review

By Ché Salgado Music Journalist Artist: Bro Dylan Album: Crisis Released: May 9, 2016 Label: Self-released Website: http://www.brodylan.com Cheekily naming your band after Bob Dylan is a move that can go in all sorts of directions. It could be clever, like a trap outfit naming themselves “Mob Dylan” and subverting all classic rock connotations. It could […]

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Reviews, Web Content

Shapescenes at the Mohawk

by Sierra Schuette Web Content Contributor *KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. Shapescenes is an alternative rock band with a little electronic edge out of Austin, Texas. They draw inspiration from bands like The Flaming Lips, Radiohead, and My […]

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Music, Reviews

Review of Mourn’s Self-Titled Album “Mourn”

By Tre Simmons Music Reviewer Artist: Mourn Album: Mourn Released: February 17th, 2015 Label: Captured Tracks Website: Mourn via Captured Tracks The first word that comes to mind when listening to Mourn’s debut album is exorcism. Whether this spiritual cleansing is successful, however, is entirely up for debate, and this is best demonstrated by penultimate […]

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Events, In-Studios, Other Side Drive Podcast

In Studio: The Canvas People

By: Daniel Fickman On-Air Talent: Rick Jennings and Daniel Fickman Live Sound Technician: Rick Jennings Other Side Drive Producer: Shannon Williams The Canvas People In-Studio Interview and Performance The Canvas People consists of Wes Maxwell, Kyle Taylor and Luke Williams. They play a mix of Indie/Rock and Indie/Folk and last week Daniel and Rick had […]

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