Thursday, December 20, 2012

CD Review: Underground Indie-Rock Artists Deliver New Music

From Pennsylvania comes the punk-rock band Run For It with their recently released digital only EP, “Better Days.” The 4-song album carries that youthful energy as heard in the opening song, “Avenues.” The band has a great mainstream punk sound that is sure to catch-on. Their music is so infectious that you can’t help but join-in on “Drag You In” and “Home Again.”
To find out more about Run For It, please visit the band’s facebook page (
New Jersey band, Float The Witch also recently released their debut, self-titled EP. The songs on this release range from the acoustic folk of “Meridian” to the more progressive rock sound of “The Abyss Gazes Black.” Lead singer Carmelina Lista’s vocals bring a strong resemblance to The Cranberries’ singer Dolores O’Riordan. The band stretches out their sound on “Le Miroir” before closing with the slow-building “Hold Me Down.”
To find out more on this new, rising band, be sure to visit
Singer/songwriter Justin Levinson is preparing to release is solo EP, “Take My Time” on January 1st. The three song album has a much laid back, acoustic rock sound that is easy to enjoy. Beginning with the title song, Justin’s vocals and music are so smooth that you just feel at ease with his voice. He gets a liptle more folky on “Give It One More Try” as you wait on every lyric of the song. The album closes with the most mainstream song on the album the slow jaunt of “Bid The Rest Goodbye.”
Justin has a couple shows coming up in Burlington, VT. If you are looking to find out more about Justin Levinson, please visit

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