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Magic Dance: New Eyes :: 5.0/5.0 :: Released: 07.12.2018 :: Frontiers Music
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Magic Dance - New Eyes Music Music Review

I wonder if Magic Dance creator Jon Siejka is old enough to have seen any John Hughes films back in the Eighties. You know, like Pretty In Pink, Sixteen Candles, or Some Kind Of Wonderful? Was he even born yet? I doubt it. Why? Because listening to his Magic Dance and the latest LP, New Eyes, is like listening to a soundtrack from an Eighties teen movie. On the strength of several self-released EPs and an album, Siejka’s Magic Dance has been signed to Frontiers Music. Good deal.

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Palace: Binary Music :: 4.5/5.0 :: Released: 07.12.2018 :: Frontiers Music
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Palace - Binary Music Music Review

So Michael Palace returns with his namesake project, Palace, for a second album, Binary Music. And my first question is, “What the fuck happened to his hair?” Check out his band picture from 2016. I’ll wait. Don’t worry the pix will open in a new window, and you can switch back to this review at anytime. Well? Damn. Was that a wig? Does he really look like the picture below. Maybe he did a stint in the Swedish Army in between albums because now his head looks like his ass. But I digress, severely and humorously (maybe not to him).

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Dangerdog Music Reviews Names 2018 Album Of The Year

8 December 2018 Dangerdog Music Reviews

Dangerdog Music Reviews and founder and publisher Craig Hartranft are pleased to announce the 2018 Album Of The Year. The annual honor goes to American band Guild Of Ages and their album Rise. Released at the end of June by England’s Escape Music, the album received a 5/5, the highest score possible for any review.

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