Wednesday, March 27, 2013

CD Review: Singer/Songwriter Brandon Reeves And Indie-Rockers Neither Scene Nor Herd Release New Music

From Atlanta comes Brandon Reeves with his latest release entitled “A Decent Melody.” The 13-song album shows off Brandon’s talents for songwriting. His music covers all the bases, the bar rock of “I Still Believe, “ acoustic blues of “Last Dollar Bill” and the southern country jam of “Every Heart Breaks Free.” Brandon has performed with members of the Zac Brown Band along with members of the Ringo Starr All-Star band and has gathered all that experience to create a truly remarkable album. He gets his groove on for “Wherever It Might Be,” before ending with the guitar-shuffle of “Reno.”

Brandon Reeves has a bunch of live dates scattered over the course of the next few months. To find out more about his new album, “A Decent Melody” and for a complete list of live shows, please visit

Heading just North to Greensboro, NC is the indie-rock band Neither Scene Nor Herd with their latest EP “How It Ends.” It was released late last year and has garnished attention in their area, but they are looking to expand. The punk/rock sounding opener, “Relapse” has a polished sound, but still keeps its garage rock rawness. The high energy of “We Rob Banks” and the album closer “Try, Try Again” keep Neither Scene Nor Herd on high alert as a band that should get noticed on mainstream alternative radio.

To find out more about this young, but rising band, please visit their Facebook page at

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