Electric Garden Party by Das Funk House – Bulls Radio Album Review

Review by Ravi Kiran Mylavarapu Das Funk Haus is a new independent rock band that tries to integrate rock music with new inventive electronic synths in their debut album “Electric Garden Party”. Songs such as “Blue Heron” and “Mr. Deeds” shows the bands ability to make a successful combination between rock and electronic music as they provide flashes of seamless transitioning between

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Always EP by Panama – Bulls Radio Album Review

Review by Alison Hickey The Band Panama spent the majority of the time writing their sophmore album “Always” travelling halfway around the world, and it shows. For their second EP, Panama manages to sound like all of your favorite songs combined into four tracks, without sounding like something that’s been done before. Their lush synth, punchy drums, and shimmery vocals have

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You’re Not Good Enough by Blood Orange – Bulls Radio Song Review

Written by Alison Hickey Devonté Hynes has lent his creative hand to artists such as Solange, MKS, and Sky Ferreira, but under the name Blood Orange, Hynes has released yet another single from his upcoming album “Cupid Deluxe.” In his new single “You’re Not Good Enough” Hynes manages to smoothly deliver lines like “I never was in love / You know

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Love Letters by Metronomy – Bulls Radio Album Review

Written by Alison Hickey Last time we saw the band Metronomy, they had just won a well deserved Mercury award for their 2013 album “English Riviera”. Being known for their catchy melodies and ambitious sound, Metronomy doesn’t let us down with their new album “Love Letters.” The album’s title track emphasises it’s name, repeating over and over “I’ll keep on writing

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Fuente by Son Boom – Bulls Radio Album Review

Written by Anne Oguntoye The album was heavily influenced with themes of Reggae and Rock. It made for very smooth sounding songs that were easy to listen to and fun.  The lead vocals were soothing and easy going. Aside from the Reggae and Rock influences the album also has a bit of Soul, Blues and even SynthPop. The band somehow made all

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House Shows and Psychedelia

So, there is a band out there called The Flaming Lips. They’ve been around for a while and are very famous. They played SXSW. I didn’t see them. I saw a band called New Fumes and another band called Hour of the Time Majesty Twelve (HOTT MT). They share the same genre of music that The Flaming Lips do, and often model

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SXSW: The Contemporary Austin

The Contemporary Austin is a museum that holds itself as a dynamic centerpiece for all contemporary arts, visual arts, and performing arts. Contemporary and modern art is important in the Austin scene because it allows for innovation and openness to progress in the city. Seeing and immersing yourself into any kind of work of arts brings creativity and ideas

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