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2/8/2015 CliveAnders 5813 CliveAnders
4 stars [3 Votes, 4.17 Stars]
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ghengus23: great down dirty country rock feelin' from the start. Reminds me of social distortion. Not sure if...


No Evil Star - No Evil Star has begun carving a new path with their latest release Beach Reading. The band, hailing originally from Colorado and now residing in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, is fronted by multi-instrumentalist Adam Quane (The Hush Now) and supported by a rotating cast of several of Boston's talented musicians. The group is hailed for their sonic complexity, layering dreamy, shoegaze against informal song forms, and for their thoughtful, conceptual approach. No Evil Star's 2011 release  Beach Reading was hailed "a brilliantly executed concept album that produces a few moments of pure contemplative magic, and Quane fully lives up to the lofty goal of even embarking upon such an undertaking." Following the success of the release, the band is focusing on some fun video ideas and developing a unique and live performance with the a focus "on the dance floor." The album can currently be downloaded for free at 
Weighted Rating: [3 Votes, 4 Stars]
Views: 1,352
beastia [10/7/2010 4:28:13 PM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
you're gooooooood. I love this. a good example of making a lo-fi home recording set up work to the advantage of the song.
Groon Lake [6/6/2009 1:55:20 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
I'm not drunk and I like it. Trippy breakdown works for me and is happy little side trip. No pun intended. I do like the fake out ending and slight return. This is Feature material for my money. I could go along with Ruud on some acoustic warmth, but it stands well without additional elements.
Ruud Slingerland [6/4/2009 3:45:26 AM EST]
Score: +0
Rated 4 stars
I like this song a lot, great rhythmic break. I think the production could win in strength if you add some more warm acoustic sounds. But the arrangement is very inventive
Nitwit [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
feature for the flaming lips!
derailleur [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
This rocks. Loved the first break down of the drums. I'd keep it to a 45 and drop the trippy ending, but it's still fun either way.
apache [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
nice guitar playing
jsandlin71 [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
This music is more along my style but it just doesn't soar in any way or maybe that was the point.
Richie Isaacs [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Cool tune! Nice little sway along with some great guitar lines (If I had worn earplugs when younger I would be able to hear yer lyrics...)
F for the music from me!
JonTree [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
Generic but neat.
WILLBMUSIC [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
nice, very well done, and i am not aying that just because i am drunk.
Lurker [posted during evaluation]
Score: +0
too smooshy

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