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Review of ‘Kiss Me Deadly’ compilation on Factory Fast Records — February 17, 2016

Review of ‘Kiss Me Deadly’ compilation on Factory Fast Records

 
This is a great compilation with a range of different styles from acoustic, grunge and stoner to prog rock. I really like how the songs are quite hard to categorise because it means that each artist has their own sound and they each bring a great energy and vibe to this compilation, an excellent mix of atmospheric openings, grunge riffing, uptempo chord vamps and an edge of angst at times too.

Room1Fourteen – Living in Dreams
A great atmospheric opening, I really like the piano and guitar riff combination. The song has a great momentum, the vocals give a feeling of angst and longing. There’s a cool solo too.

The Mad Sugars – Match Maker
A great uptempo vibe from the opening guitar chord vamp with solid bass and drumming propelling the song along. There’s some great vocal harmonies and a great solo too.

BisonSound – Sweet Tooth
A great distorted chord riff to open, the bass and drumming enter to give a kind of brooding quality. The song has a grunge vibe, vocals are more spoken which suits the style of the song really well. Some nice changes in feel too.

Anti – Taillights Fading
Opens with a sound like tuning a radio in leading into a stoner type of vibe with an excellent riff backed by solid drumming and bass. The vocals are great, a nice change in style to a more urgent feel in the chorus. There’s a great release to a laid back vibe which has an improvised kind of feel which builds tension to a final verse and release.

The Insufferables – Happy Now
The song has a bass riff to open with excellent spoken vocals. A great riff enters followed by a distorted chord riff and drumming to give momentum. There’s some good harmonies too. The lyrics are really sarcastic, they’re excellent and the vocals tell a great story with a simmering tension at times. There’s some really nice rock and roll soloing too.

The Harrison Brothers – Luminar
A great riff and strummed chords to open, it has a kind of celtic feel. I really like the arrangement, the guitar playing is excellent and the vocals are great too. There’s a nice change in feel to a more uptempo sound with drumming and distorted riff. The song has a kind of classic / prog rock feel.

Jude – Talk to Me
A great jangly trem riff to open, the song has a great momentum from bass and drumming. The vocals have a great angst to them which provides a great contrast against the more upbeat jangly guitar.

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Review of Get It! compilation on Factory Fast Records @NYCFactoryFast — January 13, 2016

Review of Get It! compilation on Factory Fast Records @NYCFactoryFast

There is a parental advisory on this album.

This is a really solid release showcasing bands with a heavier sound.  It’s an upfront collection of heavy rock, metal and thrash songs with great energy and momentum. There’s great riffing and soloing with excellent tone, superb vocals with intensity and energy and solid drumming and bass playing too.

Pieces of Molly – Belladonna
Brilliant high tempo riffing and drumming to open leading into a distorted chord vamp which provides a great contrast. The sound really opens up in the chorus and there’s an excellent solo too. The vocals are great, really suit the style of the song which has great energy throughout.

Stab in the Dark – Man-O-War
Excellent distorted riff to open, drumming and bass give a great momentum and energy to the song which has great riffing throughout. The vocals are excellent too, telling a great story.

Long Lasting Train – Out of Jail (extended)
Brooding kind of opening leading into a really high tempo high energy song. The vocals are really gnarly having a great energy, angst and tension at times. Great changes in feel and an excellent solo too.

Fuck Shovel – Long Time Dead
Superb riffing and drumming to open, the vocals are great too. A thrash metal feel with a really tight knit sound and great changes in feel and control and release of tension.

Vices I Admire – Only Me
Brilliant atmospheric opening, slightly distorted tone to the guitar with really effective use of delay. Drumming enters to give a good momentum. There’s excellent riffing and a nice change in feel too. The vocals tell a great story with a nice change of feel into the chorus. A great release of tension to end the song too.

The Love Buzzards – Get It
Excellent riffing to open with a brilliant tone. Drumming and bass propel the song along with a great momentum. There’s also great riffing throughout the song and a great energy in the vocals too.

Gundacker – They Burned the Innocent
Great riff and lead guitar to open, propelled by solid drumming and bass. Vocals are superb telling a great story. There’s an excellent 80s metal vibe to the song and a great release to a more acoustic feel leading into a brilliant solo.

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Review of ‘Hot Sweet and Blue’ compilation on Factory Fast Records — October 19, 2015

Review of ‘Hot Sweet and Blue’ compilation on Factory Fast Records

 

What I love about this compilation is the way that the songs don’t always stick to convention, sometimes combining styles, different elements or having great changes in feel which gives the album a distinctive sound. There are some great grooves, distorted riffs, blues and jazz vibes with great vocals too.

David Romaine – Made of Star
Uptempo drumming to open with a strummed riff, the song has a great groove. The vocals have great harmonies and I really like the timing changes, sometimes on the beat and sometimes behind, giving a great contrast.

Gypsy Ghosts – Try Not to Die
There’s a great 80s 2 tone feel to the opening, an excellent arrangement. There are really good changes in feel and a great vibe to the song. The vocals are excellent, they have a great intensity at times. There are some great guitar lead lines too with a surf guitar feel at times.

Mojave Nomads – Fat Quarter Stack
A great distorted riff and drumming to open creates a solid groove. The vocals are processed really well. The song has great changes in feel, there’s some really good riffing too.

Lowrise – Kill to Love
A great riff to open the song with shimmering guitar chords, there’s a great momentum provided by the drumming and a great urgency to the song with a nice release in tension too. The vocals are more spoken at times with a great edge of angst and tension. There’s some really good uptempo riffing and a great solo too.

Pig’n’Aif – Oh Girl
I really like the beach recording to open which leads into strummed chords and a feel somewhere between jazz and lounge. The song has a great laid back vibe and some really good piano too. The vocals have an upbeat feel and suit the style really well.

Mike Marison – Here in my Life
An excellent blues vibe to open the song, solid drumming provides a great momentum and there’s a great groove provided by bass, synth and guitar. The vocals are really good with a nice edge at times. There’s a really good solo too.

Lila Blanca – Disappear
Great wah and flanged guitar to open leading into a delayed riff and subtle bass, the drumming is quite uptempo. There’s a great distorted riff with a nice change of feel and the vocals add a nice edge of tension.

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Review of ‘Sledgehead’ compilation album on Factory Fast Records — October 13, 2015

Review of ‘Sledgehead’ compilation album on Factory Fast Records

 

This is an excellent compilation of guitar driven songs with styles from jangly rock, punk, grunge, indie to uptempo rock. There’s some great riffing and uptempo solos all propelled by solid drumming and bass. The vocals are excellent too, some great harmonies and a good range of styles from uptempo to lonesome to a more laid back bluesy feel.

The Statements – They Say
Great riffing to the opening of the song which is propelled by solid drumming. The song has a great momentum and solid indie rock vibe. The vocals suit the song really well and they have an edge of tension to them. There’s a really good solo too.

Supervoid – Death of a Scholar
There’s a laid back feel to the opening of this song with bass and percussion, a great riff and chords played on two guitars arranged really well. The vocals are similarly laid back and there’s a great change of feel to them in the chorus which is propelled by distorted guitar and there’s a great build of tension ending the song with a final release. The song has a great grunge / Seattle sound reminiscent of the Smashing Pumpkins.

Bill Zanni – Screaming Red to Silent Blue
This song has a great acoustic guitar riff to open, accompanied by a distorted guitar and a second distorted guitar adds a great lead line. The vocals have a brooding quality and a great feel which really adds to the song.

The Everglows – It’s Alright (For You and Me)
I really like the uptempo riff and drumming to open, the vocals are great with excellent harmonies. The song has a great jangly vibe and the organ adds a great element.

Anti – Vaporize
Another song with a great riff and drumming to open, the vocals are harmonised and layered really well and contrast against the more uptempo riffing at times. There’s quite a laid back groove to the song.

Danny Lowe – None of the Above
Great uptempo drumming and riffing to open the song, vocals have an urgency about them. A great punk vibe to the song which has excellent riffing and nice changes of feel.

Screwtape – Yikes!
There’s a really uptempo riff and drumming to open this song which takes a more laid back chord vamp before returning to a more uptempo groove. The song has great vocals and I really like the changes in feel. There’s a great energy throughout.

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Review of ‘Alt Country Armor’ Compilation on Factory Fast Records — October 5, 2015

Review of ‘Alt Country Armor’ Compilation on Factory Fast Records

 

With an excellent range of songs from blues, folk, country to rock and roll, this compilation has excellent story telling, great acoustic guitar playing with fiddle, lap steel and blues harp too which really adds to the sound. The vocals are excellent too, often with an edge of sadness or tension which is really captivating.

Melting Pot – Sneaking into Heaven
This song has a great opening riff leading into a real bluesy groove. Percussion is subtle but works really well. Vocals are great with some excellent harmonies and nice edge of tension. The song has a great vibe with nice changes in feel. There’s also an excellent solo which has a touch of lap steel.

Tom Brooksby (feat. Jackson Brooksby) – Half Way Home
I really like the blues harp opening leading into an acoustic riff with a second acoustic guitar arranged really well. The vocals have a great folk / blues quality to them with some great harmonies. There’s a really nice solo too.

Julie Gibb – The Spirit Song
A real country feel to this song with excellent interplay between violin, bass, lap steel and piano. The vocals are gorgeous, edged with sadness which creates a great tension.

Tokyo Rosenthal – Mister Tell Me Bout The Great Depression
There’s a real driving feel to the opening of this song which maintains a similar momentum throughout. There’s great fiddle playing, really good riffing and solid vocals with a nice edge of tension. The song has really good changes in feel too.

Gene P Kelly – Whiskey Love
There’s a great rock and roll vibe to this song which has excellent riffing propelled by solid drumming and bass. The song has great vocals, telling the story really well. There’s a great solo too.

Matt Davis – Take It From Me
A strummed riff, lap steel and vocals to open with, the song has a sparse arrangement which is really well done. The vocals are really good, having an edge of lonesome about them. The song has some excellent guitar playing, subtle lead lines are played really well.

Johnny Hate – Farewell Not to be Back
This song has a kind of ballad feel, 2 acoustic guitar riffs interplay really well with a lap steel providing a great contrast with shimmering chords too. The song builds tension slowly with just a hint of distortion at times and a great solo too.

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Review of Chosen One compilation album on Factory Fast Records — September 21, 2015

Review of Chosen One compilation album on Factory Fast Records

 

This is an excellent compilation with some solid rock sounds, uptempo grooves, great chord vamps and a chillout track too. It has some excellent heavy, chugging riffs, great solos and excellent vocals too. I really like the straight-up rock vibe and no nonsense approach.

Those Delta Wolves – Hide and Seek
This song has great uptempo riffing and drumming to open with, leading into an excellent groove with a really heavy riff. The vocals are great, a really good presence and range holding notes superbly. There’s a really good solo too.

Bison Sound – I Remember
This song has a really good opening riff leading into a chugging riff which opens up really nicely. Great vocals, they have an edge of tension about them. There’s a great building and release of tension in the song too.

Disappearer – Stuck in a Loop
This song has more of an ambient feel to the opening, a great soundscape with really good jangly guitar. A nice change of feel creates an edge of tension. The delay effect on the drums works really well. There’s a great flow to the song with a great release of tension at the end.

Sons of Death Valley – Lucifer by Candlelight
Brilliant chord vamp feel to this song opening up the sound in the chorus. Really solid drumming and bass propel the song along with great vocals and there’s excellent riffing too.

Second Player Score – Chosen One
A great uptempo opening from riffing and solid drumming, really good vocals too leading into a change of feel with a jangly riff. There’s another great change of feel into the chorus too which has great singalong qualities. The vocals suit the style of the song really well.

Logaine – She Likes Me
Great riffing to open the song which is propelled by solid drumming and bass. There’s a great momentum to the song which has a solid rock sound and great brooding qualities opening up the sound in the chorus. There’s great lead guitar playing, it’s subtle sitting slightly in the background leading into a great solo.

Michael Daughtry – Devil
Another solid rock feel to this song, a nice change of feel from the opening into the verse with another nice change of feel into the chorus. Great rhythm guitar playing, really good changes in style. The vocals have some great harmonies.

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Review of ‘Rise up Son’ compilation album on Factory Fast Records — September 13, 2015

Review of ‘Rise up Son’ compilation album on Factory Fast Records

 

This a great compilation featuring a wide range of styles from acoustic, metal, blues and jazz to soulful with a funk vibe. There’s some great storytelling with a simmering tension at times. The songs are all really well produced with excellent vocals and there’s also some great riffing and solos too.

Michael Brondstetter – Ghost in the Walls
This song has a great acoustic riff to open and excellent vocals. The song has a great arrangement and the guitar playing is excellent.

Starkett Levee – Marshall Dillon
A slightly distorted riff accompanies an acoustic riff to open, the song has a great edge of tension. It’s a great story telling with a real simmering quality at times and nice changes in feel too with excellent riffs and solo.

The Celebration Army – They Call Me Jesus
A great blues / rock n’ roll type of groove to the opening riff with bass and drumming, there’s a nice change in momentum to the verse with more of a funk vibe to the guitar. The song has great vocals too and a really nice build and release of tension with great changes in feel. I really like the solo too.

Francesca Romana Fabris – You Won’t Put Me Down
This song has a great jazz vibe to the opening which continues through the song. There’s a real passion to the vocals and the brass and sax solo add a really nice touch. There’s some great jazz / blues guitar playing too and really nice changes in feel.

Johnny Hate – Around Myself
This song has a great opening leading into an excellent riff, shimmering tremelo chord and a mandolin (I think). The song has a slow brooding quality, the vocals are great with excellent story telling. There’s a great interplay between the different instruments with good changes in feel too. I really like the solo, it suits the style of the song really well with a great tone too.

Stevan Brasel – Rise Up Son
There’s a great momentum to the song with solid drumming and bass playing with 2 guitars weaving in and out of the song. The vocals are really good, they are very deep and have a real soulful blues type of quality about them. There’s a great solo too. I really like the great blues vibe to this song.

Genuine Crude – Inside Jacob’s Head
I think there’s a quote from a film to open the song, not sure which one but it sets the scene really well. There’s a great momentum from solid drumming and bass. It’s a really tight knit sound, a bit of an 80’s metal vibe at times. There’s really good lead playing which contrasts really well with the more jangly riffs. The vocals are excellent and there’s really good changes in feel through the song.

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Review of ‘Agent Z Saves the World’ compilation album on Factory Fast Records — August 10, 2015

Review of ‘Agent Z Saves the World’ compilation album on Factory Fast Records

 

There’s a great vibe to this album, a full on indie rock feel with uptempo riffing and some great soloing whilst a really good contrast is provided by stoner rock and rock and roll influences too. I love the heavy feel to this album which maintains a great drive and energy throughout.

The Garage Batz – I Never Thought
Nice bass riff to open leading into a great riff propelled by solid drumming. Vocals have a great energy. There’s nice changes in feel and great solos too. Great effects to ends with.

The Poulsons – Darker Dreams
A great drive and energy to this song which has a grunge / stoner feel. There’s also some great uptempo riffing and heavily processed vocals with an out of body feel to them and a really nice solo too.

Dianetics – Cognitive Dissonance
Great reverse guitar to open, creates a great chilled vibe then comes the surprise – a really heavy riff and intense drumming accompanied by some great harmonised lead lines. There’s a nice change in feel with the drumming, vocals are more spoken and I’m not sure if it’s a quote from a film but it’s interspersed with great solos, changes in feel and even a saxophone part.

The Pacers – Highs and Lows
This song has a kind of stoner rock feel, slightly distorted riffing and laid back vocals – there’s almost a surf rock feel at times too. It’s a great vibe.

Wild Horse – None For Me
Distorted jangly riff and chords to open leading into more of a chord vamp feel with great vocals which have a spoken style which really suits the song. A great vibe to this song too, there’s great playing to let loose but still retain control.

The Windsor Project – Never Coming Home
This song has solid drumming to open and propel the song with harmonised lead lines followed by heavy riffing, great vocals and excellent solos too. The song has a great intensity at times with really nice build and release of tension.

Disappearer – Goodnight Mr Frankenstein
This song has distorted guitar with great effects to open, drumming has great effects too providing a solid backbone. There’s a nice change of feel to a jangly riff and uptempo strumming. The vocals have a real ethereal feel, a great vibe.

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Review of ‘God of War’ compilation on Factory Fast Records — July 21, 2015

Review of ‘God of War’ compilation on Factory Fast Records

God of War compilation

 

There’s a great range of songs on this compilation, solid rock sounds with hints of blues, jazz, even rock and roll at times. Both the playing and vocals are excellent, there’s a great vibe to the album and just a touch of angst to add a great edge of tension.

Genuine Crude – Walkabout A great synth sound and drumming to open with a nice distorted lead riff and harmonies. Riffing creates a great brooding quality and the sound really opens up in the chorus. A great rock sound with a laid back vibe and a hint of lonesome.

Love Child – I’d Go Crazy Great drumming and organ to open with a great bluesy riff. Vocals are great, a really good blues rock feel with nice change in momentum in the chorus. There’s a positive vibe with a touch of angst in the vocals and a great solo too.

The Blue Project – God of War Great driving riff and bass to open propelled by solid drumming. The brass parts give a great sound, kind of jazz blues rock. The song has great vocals, really soulful. There’s really good riffing and solos with a great singalong quality to the chorus.

Leo and the Tolstoys – Monsters (trip – goth version) Great flange / phaser sound to open with and strummed open chord and nice solo. Drumming gives a great vibe and the vocals are excellent. There’s a great sound between rock, surf and western interspersed with a great heavy riff. The song has a great simmering tension.

Queen Bitch – Wild Heart There’s a brilliant vibe to this song, great piano and distorted riff to open leading into a rock and roll feel. The song has great riffing propelled by solid drumming and excellent vocals which give a great momentum. Really nice changes in feel too, a great expansive sound in the chorus and great solo too.

Ryan Young – Bobby Boy Great uptempo, slightly distorted acoustic guitar riff is joined by bass and sparse but really effective percussion. Great vocals, they create a really nice edge of tension at times. The song has a great momentum and really good solo too. A great sound somewhere between blues and western, has a great lonesome feel at times.

Matt Davis – Flash This song has a great acoustic riff to open accompanied by excellent vocals and slide / steel guitar which creates a great vibe with a really nice edge of tension. The song has a really good arrangement with a nice solo to end.

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Review of ‘IndieStonerProgPunk’ compilation on Factory Fast Records — July 7, 2015

Review of ‘IndieStonerProgPunk’ compilation on Factory Fast Records

Indie Stoner Prog Punk compilation

 

I really like the variety of styles on this album, there’s some excellent stoner rock, punk inspired mayhem, melodic and intense rock. And this means that just when you think you know what direction the album is going to take, it hits you with a surprise, grabs you by the scruff of the neck, slaps you round the face for good measure and sweeps you along. There’s great playing and really good use of effects and a great range of vocals too.

The Deltorers – Plastic Gold Strummed chords to open with great vocals and harmonies, drumming enters to give a good momentum. There’s a really nice change of feel with a distorted guitar riff for the chorus and other parts of the song too.

Everything Shook – Misericord This song has a strummed harpsichord sound with sparse glitched percussion. The vocals are great, slightly processed and sitting in the background they have a brooding simmering quality. This creates a really nice edge to the song, great layering and changes in feel too.

Bad Mary – Don’t Know Where the Line Is There’s an uptempo riff to open, solid drumming gives a great momentum. I really like the vocal ‘nah nah’, really sets the scene for the song which has a great punk feel. The vocals are more spoken and there’s a great interaction between the male and female vocals. A great energy to the song.

P A Angelo – Take A Step Great drumming to open accompanied by an awesome distorted / fuzz guitar tone. Vocals are spoken and have a laid back quality which creates a good contrast. There’s a great punk attitude to this song.

Stab in the Dark – Shades of Grey A bass riff to open followed by a great guitar riff, the song has surf guitar qualities almost. The drumming is solid and gives a great momentum. The vocals are great and suit the style of the song really well. A great uptempo song, there’s a nice solo too.

Replica Jesus – Muscle Meat A distorted riff and solid drumming to open, this is a very energetic song. The vocals are great, having an almost growly, angry quality at times. There’s a really nice change in feel to an almost half-time feel, a kind of refrain, the vocals retain intensity and the song returns to its energetic style to end with a slow riff and drumming.

UV Traveler – Day After Day A great riff to open, it’s processed and sits slightly in the background. There are great vocal harmonies and the song has a solid rock sound. There are nice changes in feel and a really good momentum. There’s a really nice solo too.

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