DEMONS SING OF THE END – Take Life By The Throat And Scream (Album Review)

DEMONS SING OF THE END – Take Life By The Throat And Scream (Album Review)

When I hear the phrase “one-man band” I always think of Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins. Yeah, I’m weird. Well, it ain’t ole Dick here, that’s for sure. Welcome to Demons Sing Of The End, a one-man band from London, UK. Created and helmed by Rob Lewis who carries out all aspects of writing and recording. While the band’s moniker is quite the mouthful, the debut album’s title, Take Life By The Throat And…

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JUNKYARD and LITTLE CAESAR Live in Indy (Concert Review)

JUNKYARD and LITTLE CAESAR Live in Indy (Concert Review)

It’s funny how things work out sometimes. Every once in a while, all the pieces fall into place, and something really cool happens… Earlier this year, my husband’s favorite band, Junkyard, were announced to be playing at The Rockpile in Toronto. Since Chris (my husband) had been spending so much time in Canada, while we were working on my immigration to the US, and Junkyard being his favorite North American band, we figured it was a…

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What Year Is This? IDORA – Wildcat (Album Review)

What Year Is This? IDORA – Wildcat (Album Review)

It is no secret I LOVE 80’s Hard Rock, Hair Metal and Pop Metal. It was the soundtrack of my youth and continues to comprise probably 80% of my iPod and listening time. You can slag on the 80’s all you want but it was a great time to be a teenager, the music was loud and more than anything else it was FUN! If nothing else, 2016 has been a year of discovery for…

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RATT Discussion with Alexi Lalas – Ep259

RATT Discussion with Alexi Lalas – Ep259

Soccer legend Alexi Lalas joins the guys this week for a RATT Discussion; breaking down all eight studio albums and discussing the history of the band. RATT was one of the most notable bands to emerge from the burgeoning Sunset Strip era of the early 1980’s. From the self-titled EP that earned them a roster spot on Atlantic Records to the breakthrough success of Out of the Cellar, RATT let the world know early and…

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Happiness – Ep257

Happiness – Ep257

The guys return this week to kick off a new show concept based on how music relates to human emotions; the first of which is Happiness. In this long form music and discussion episode, you’ll get tips on how to achieve happiness. You’ll also learn steps you can take to prevent unhappy psychotic vampires from sucking away your joy. In addition to the great tunes selected by your hosts that inspire their own happiness, you’ll…

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Love Razer – Rock N Roll Addiction (EP Review)

Love Razer – Rock N Roll Addiction (EP Review)

  Once upon a time, many, many years ago there existed a magical place called the Sunset Strip. Throughout the 1980’s, the “strip” was the epicenter of a long-gone era, when music was actually fun! Rock stars looked like rock stars, they partied like rock stars (or at least made you believe they did) and they rocked the stages with presence and showmanship. It was the decade of decadence and the golden age of party rock and…

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Sunset Strip Memories – Ep225

Sunset Strip Memories – Ep225

Put on your studs and leather and break out the Aqua Net as DBG VIP Gregory Muse joins the Decibel Geek podcast this week for Sunset Strip Memories! In this hour-plus discussion Gregory shares his recollections of growing up in Southern California and witnessing rock music history being made as he reflects back on seeing a young group of punks in the clubs calling themselves Motley Crue. You’ll hear him share his memories of early…

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