Category: CD Review

Enter Shikari – A Flash Flood of Colour

Enter Shikari – A Flash Flood of Colour

Enter Shikari may be one of the best and most popular bands that you have never heard of.  These Brits really know how to melt several genres into one amazing style.  

RFMag Editor’s Holiday Picks

The misfits at Royal Flush Magazine banded together to comprise an interesting holiday list this year. Our staff covers everything from video games and music right down to cooking utensils. If you still need help finding something for anyone on your holiday shopping list, well then, keep reading ‘cause we...

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One Of The Top Releases For 2011, dredg with Chuckles and Mr. Squeezy

Back with their fifth album,  “Chuckles and Mr. Squeezy” are the alt rockers dredg!  If you’re unfamiliar with these California natives, might I suggest you check out their second album, “Catch Without Arms” which was released back in 2005.  Why that album you ask?  I’ll tell ya.  That was the...

SKOLD Is BACK with ANOMIE!

Anomie: “social instability resulting from a breakdown of standards and values; also : personal unrest, alienation, and uncertainty that comes from a lack of purpose or ideals” I guess it was wrong for me to say he’s back, as he has never left. If you’re unfamiliar with Tim Skold, I...

Indie Interrogation: Kids of 88

New Zealand has done it again.  Kids of 88 are golden.  Jordan Arts and Sam McCarthy are Kids of 88, an electronic kickback to the New Wave era of music.  Its a nice change from the pussy induced rock I’ve been listening to lately.  Their name stemming from the fact...