Rantings of Eva

Ok. This is just not possible. Just listen to the “Bright Side” on the group’s myspace page and tell me if this is not a freaking killer song. How is it possible that the “Rantings of Eva” are still without a contract? The world is just not a fair place.

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memsom wrote on October 17th, 2007 at 8:24 AM PST:

You need to listen to some Sparta – Wiretap Scars, Porcelain or their EP Austere. A far, far much better version of the same type of music. Especially “Sans Cosm”, “Mye” and “Guns of memorial park”.

While you’re at it, listen to Seven Storey (aka, Seven Storey Mountain) too.

This band are okay, but they sound very AOR. Nothing grabs me.


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Eugenia wrote on October 17th, 2007 at 12:03 PM PST:

“Sparta” are not that bad, although they don’t have a single song that is as good as “Bright Side”. As for “Seven Storey Mountain”, I didn’t like their style, too much “punk” style for my taste.


memsom wrote on October 17th, 2007 at 1:01 PM PST:

Bloc Party are worth looking at. Their first album is better.

I said it before, “At the drive-in”. They had a long career, and their sound changed a lot over the years. Acrobatic Tenement is very Indie (as in UK meaning), “El Gran Orgo” is very Alt rock. “In casino out” is failry diverse and quite a bit heavier. Vaya is quite dance/dub and has leanins toward their final record. “Relationship of Command” is the most amazing album ever recorded.

The Mars Volta is another band to look at. Not in the same style as the above.

Therapy? are worth checking out. Weezer – the blue album – total class. Sebadoh are amazing, “Bakesale” or “Harmacy” are worth looking at, more so Bakesale though. If you’ve never listened to Kerbdog, you’d do well to check them out too.


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