Digger – Monte Carlo – CD

Digger – Monte Carlo – CD

Digger – Monte Carlo – CD (Hopeless Records) Hmmm, sounds like NOFX, kind of a little more alternative, trying to get on the radio rock. The singer sounds all emotional about something so I can only assume he is having girl problems which considering the...
Divit – Latest Issue – CD

Divit – Latest Issue – CD

Divit – Latest Issue – CD (Coldfront Records) This is your basic pop-punk band. I listened to this release at least seven times so that I might find something interesting to write about it, and all I can say is that this CD is okay, except for the...
Divit – Low Speed Chase – CD

Divit – Low Speed Chase – CD

Divit – Low Speed Chase – CD (Coldfront Records) This band has the punk with a pop edge sound. The sound is fast and the vocals are clean. I really like the lyrics for their positive slant. This band would be a treat to see live. - Mite Mutant...
Drown – Kerosene – CD

Drown – Kerosene – CD

Drown – Kerosene – CD (Slipdisc Records) / Mercury) I don’t know, isn’t there enough of this around…this is Korn wannabee stuff. I mean, I could definitely hear this on top 40 alternacrap radio and MTV. It seems like more product because...
Dance Hall Crashers – Purr – CD

Dance Hall Crashers – Purr – CD

Dance Hall Crashers – Purr – CD (Pink & Black Records) The Dance Hall Crashers are back and on their own label…no more major label blues. They still play the same great ska-flavored punk-pop and Elyse & Karina’s vocals make me melt. Among the...
Deep Reduction – Deep Reduction – CD

Deep Reduction – Deep Reduction – CD

Deep Reduction – Deep Reduction – CD (Get Hip Recordings) On first listen I thought of the Stooges fronted by a sedate Iggy, butmid-periodd R.E.M. keeps spring to mind as well due to the instrumentalizations. It has its moments, but overall has too much of...
Delirious? – Mezzamorphis – CD

Delirious? – Mezzamorphis – CD

Delirious? – Mezzamorphis – CD (Virgin Records) When the first song started on this c.d. I thought that I would probably like it. However, as the c.d. progressed I realized that It was nothing more than top 40 pop trying to sound alternative. In fact, this...