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  • Inner Ear Media's Top15 albums of 2008

    23 Dec 2008, 23:51 by innerearmedia

    The year of 2008 is coming to an end. This year there were some fabulous releases in several genres. A couple albums stood out a little more (or a lot more) than others and I compiled a top15 list of best albums of the year, according to Inner Ear Media.

    15. Where are you Bambi woods - A Balladeer

    After their impressive debut album "Panama", a balladeer now returns with the ambitious "Where Are You, Bambi Woods?". The mix of gently composed pop songs and powerful and dramatic outlets of emotion, all combined with good hooks and strong deliverance make for this album to impress once again. With the theme "United States" it's cohesive and still has enough variety to be interesting after many listens.

    14. A Perfect Reality - Mike Montrey

    I've only discovered Mike Montrey recently, but his music has made a lasting impression on me. The classic, underground sound that Mike produces is timeless and the songs are of a very high standard. …
  • Review: Sounds Under Radio - Cinematica

    18 Nov 2008, 07:54 by innerearmedia

    Sounds Under Radio - Cinematica
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    Tracklist:
    1. NobodySomeone
    2. Portrait of a Summer Thief
    3. Wasteland
    4. Sell Out
    5. Digital Lo-Fi
    6. Picture Frame
    7. TelePrompter
    8. We Are All Bright Blue Stars
    9. Lightspeed
    10. Perfect Machine



    Sounds Under Radio is the band from that song on the Spidey 3 OST. That strong and clever rock song Portrait of a Summer Thief. That band now presents you a whole album with songs in the same style and with the same sophistication.

    NobodySomeone
    NobodySomeone is an opening track with guts and energy. The vocals which are somewhere in between Matt Bellamy (Muse) & Chris Cornell (Soundgarden, Audioslave) soar wildly throughout the song and the strong guitar work and tight rhythm secion provide for an opener with balls.

    Portrait of a Summer Thief
    This song was featured on the Spider-Man 3: Music From And Inspired By soundtrack album and you can hear why this one was chosen. …
  • Review for: Lazyeye - Lights In The Attic

    28 Jun 2008, 23:13 by innerearmedia

    Lazyeye - Lights In the Attic

    Lazyeye, that band who did that rock rendition of Ludacris' "Get Back", yes, that band. They release an acoustic live album with 15 beautiful songs. These seasoned musicians show they write great alternative rock songs with plenty of commitment and energy, and they prove they know how to present them.

    "Lights In The Attic" is a treat for all fans of alternative rock. Even fans of pop/rock & hard rock might just enjoy this band. If you're a fan of Staind, Incubus, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge, 3 Doors Down, Goo Goo Dolls, 12 Stones, Three Days Grace, or even bands like Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Led Zeppelin, Judas Priest or Porcupine Tree, or probably many other bands, I recommend you check out this excellent rock band. They play with their hearts, they play with guts and the sure bring you a great mix of passionate and convincing rock songs, and within the genre of rock, they explore all the corners so there is something to enjoy for each and everyone of you. …
  • All Our Interviews!!

    28 Jun 2008, 01:40 by innerearmedia

    Interviews:

    Interview with Lazyeye

    Q: Hey guys, how's it going?
    A: Life is splendid chaos at all times... We're all doing well, writing new music, playing some killer shows, enjoying another summer in "Hotlanta"
    click here for the whole interview.



    Interview with Kendall Payne

    Q: Hello Kendall, how are you doing?
    A: I'm great, thanks.
    click here for the whole interview.



    Interview with Rosemary's Sons

    Q: Hello Sons, how are you guys?
    A: We are doing just fine, thanks.
    click here for the whole interview.


    Interview with AM

    Q: Hello AM, how's it going?
    A: Very well.
    click here for the whole interview.


    Interview with Days Difference

    Q: Hey guys, how's it going?
    A: It is going well. We are preparing to sound check for our show tonight..
    click here for the whole interview.


    Interview with Elseworth

    Q: Hey Dean, what's up, how's it going?
    A: Well, it's November 14, 2007, and I am sitting on my computer..
    click here for the whole interview.
  • Inner Ear interviews Lazyeye

    26 Jun 2008, 21:46 by innerearmedia

    Paul-Devon, frontman & vocalist for Atlanta rockers Lazyeye, who have just released their live/acoustic album "Lights In the Attic", answered our questions, and is the first interview we can present you with since our relaunch 2 weeks ago.

    Q: Hey guys, how's it going?
    A: Life is splendid chaos at all times... We're all doing well, writing new music, playing some killer shows, enjoying another summer in "Hotlanta"

    Q: First of all, can you tell us a little bit about Lazyeye?
    A: Well... We've been doing this for 12 years now; we're official at this point. As many of you know we were the first (and only) Rock act ever signed to Disturbing Tha Peace Records, we've had records featured on Platinum and Gold records, we've worked with and shared the stage some really cool people; Ludacris, Field Mob, Papa Roach, Green Day, Busta Rhymes, Method Man & Redman to name a few, we've been featured on "THE TONIGHT SHOW" w. Jay Leno, but mainly we're just some kids from Georgia that love playing music. …