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Moneypenny's Destory

Moneypenny has leaked another single from their forthcoming debut ep which will be released early next year. The single is called "Destroy" and the lovely duo will be celebrating the release on October 21st at Stardust at Berlin with Only Children & Team Bayside High.

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Salem

Salem released their debut album King Night through I Am Sound on September 28th. The trio consists of John Holland, Heather Marlatt, and Jack Donoghue, and they have been receiving a lot of positive buzz for this release. Their sound is all at once gritty and forceful and atmospherically beautiful. The album is densely layered, menacing, and oddly peaceful. This strange contrast is felt in the haunting video for the track "Asia". You can also find a free remix of "Asia" by oOoOOO here.

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CD of the Month: King Sparrow

King Sparrow has a new self-record that will be released on October 15th in conjunction with a release show at Schubas with Pet Lions and This Is Versailles. The album was recorded and produced by Brian Zieske of Gallery of Carpet. The end product has such a warm and balanced sound. It kicks off with the energetic track "Resonator" which is complete with guitar solo and driving drums.

The pace doesn't slow with blue-collar anthem "Conveyor Belt". "You give up to on, You get up to get off." It's the perfect 5pm rush hour track. However, my favorite track on the twelve track album is "Leave it All Behind". It is the song on the album that adds a refreshing dose of acoustic contrast and it shows that the band can slow things down when they need to. It is also a beauty love song without any bitterness or trickery. The album is filled with great lyrics, inventive instrumentation, and layers of warmth and energy.

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October 2010
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King Sparrow has a new self-record that will be released on October 15th in conjunction with a release show at Schubas with Pet Lions and This Is Versailles. The album was recorded and produced by Brian Zieske of Gallery of Carpet. The end product has such a warm and balanced sound. It kicks off with the energetic track "Resonator" which is complete with guitar solo and driving drums. The pace doesn't slow with blue-collar anthem "Conveyor Belt". "You give up to on, You get up to get off." It's the perfect 5pm rush hour track. However, my favorite track on the twelve track album is "Leave it All Behind". It is the song on the album that adds a refreshing dose of acoustic contrast and it shows that the band can slow things down when they need to. It is also a beauty love song without any bitterness or trickery. The album is filled with great lyrics, inventive instrumentation, and layers of warmth and energy.





The Opus The Save me Gallery

The Opus has released a free digital ep that features six very different remixes of their track "Save Me". The ep features remixes from Radius, Crushcon7, and The Opus among others. My favorite remix is the Void Pedal with its dense beats and orchestral overtones. The Opus has been prolific in 2010 releasing two eps and two full-length albums in addition to several remixes.

<a href="http://theopus.bandcamp.com/album/the-save-me-gallery">THE SAVE ME GALLERY by the OPUS</a>

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