Interestingly–and appropriately–it was the British hardcore oddballs Snuff that discovered Anonymous Tip in 2008 and released their debut EP on their 10 Past 10 imprint. While their music has a bit more consistent intensity (and despite an obvious bent for ska), Anonymous Tip has a very similar mix of youthful over-the-top-ness and passionate seriousness.
Wow… tough one. See here’s the thing; being a reformed and recovering trance abuser, I’m not much of a Ferry Corsten fan. Thus my expectations for his newest artist album, Twice In A Blue Moon, were a little low, to say the least. Actually, I was pleasantly surprised at points throughout this listen, and therein […]
It always gives me warm fuzzies to read stories about English majors finding relative success in a world saturated with talented and not-so-talented artists alike all trying to crawl to the top of the pile. Anya Marina’s street cred, on top of an English degree, includes a featured track from her first album on the […]