Browsing Category : Music

It’s A Revolushn


In the past few months Nerdopotamus discussed a slew of varied artists, including vastly different rockers. It’s not until now we are finally covering Psych Rock group, Revolushn. Go ahead and say the band’s name out-loud. The way it’s spelled is the way it’s pronounced, and the way it’s pronounced, slushy and conclusive, encompasses the lively tone from the trippy…

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Winter Calling Speaks Out With “Faces” Videos


Floridian Prog Metal Band Winter Calling have been picking up major steam since their 2016 release of Faces. Since then, they’ve released a number of music videos to complement their dreamy record. It’s worth noting that John Wesley of Porcupine Tree and Fish appears on Faces, adding a little bit of celebrity value and a lot of general awesomeness. “Not…

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Erich Mrak’s Single “With You” Popularizes Sentimental Hip Hop


Twenty-one-year-old Erich Mrak has been writing lyrics and music since he was seven years old. His new single “With You” is an excellent mix between modern day hip hop and soft pop. The Toronto based chill-hop producer lovingly blends rap and saccharine bubble gum pop resulting in a relaxing fusion of musical unification. “With You” involves digitally made instrumentals encasing…

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Dark Model’s Action-Adventure Infused Saga


Tatsuya Oe’s newest project Dark Model is fierce artistry. His fresh enterprise seamlessly incorporates electronically infused orchestral strings with throat resonating beats. For those out of the loop, Tatsuya Oe is known for his movie and video game scores, numerous accolades in the music business, and collaborations with other worldwide mainstream artists throughout his impressive twenty-year career. Tatsuya Oe’s Dark…

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Avery LR – Surviving Mixtape Is SLC Rap


When thinking of Salt Lake City, Utah, I often think of edgier slivers of rock ‘n roll that have unfortunately faded into the depths of obscurity. Hip hop is certainly not the first thing that arrives in my mind when SLC is mentioned to me, even when people argue that there’s a great freestyle scene in that area, but I’m…

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Game Composer Takahiro Izutani Is Dugo


Japanese electronic artist Dugo dropped an ultramodern album earlier this year, and it’s one of the finest alternative records westerner’s are probably unfamiliar with. Takahiro Izutani, Dugo’s brainchild, is a veteran rock guitarist, having performed with the very recognizable act, Happy Family. After his time with the legendary group, Izutani spent years scoring cinema and video games, like CSI: Miami…

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Pizza and Pop Podcast, Episode 8: Chris Cornell and Other Early 90’s Rock/Grunge Icons


Host Josh Wells and panel discuss Chris Cornell, early 90’s rock/grunge icons, Lollapalooza, drugs, radio, and the movie ‘Singles.’ panel: Dave Durkin- went to all the cool concerts Matt Reynolds- Perry Farrell kissed him Jeff Wolf-vocalist/fitness dude who slummed his diet to eat pizza and drink beer with us Dani What’s-Her-Face- grunge baby  

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The Long Dark Road To New Black Metal


Welcome The Long Dark Road, a hardcore rock band influenced by black metal and punk rock bands. Listeners may be familiar with punk rock, but what about the former? Black Metal started in Europe during the 1980s as an extreme alternative to Christianity. It resulted in years of violence and church burning. Time passed, and people learned to resent the…

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Velvet Winter’s Crystal Heart Is Heating Up


“Crystal Heart” by Velvet Winter (Talon Majors) recently debuted online, attached to a narrative driven music video. As of publishing, “Crystal Heart” has garnered over 160,000 views. Velvet Winter’s interesting musical history helps shape, to some degree, the “Crystal Heart” music video. From starting out as a saxophonist to evolving into a percussionist, Velvet Winter’s well rounded sonic compression outwits…

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HundredMillionThousand Debut Album


Alright people, I’m irked. HundredMillionThousand only has 62 followers on Soundcloud as of publishing this. This artist is criminally underrated. HundredMillionThousand, HMT for short, dropped a fire track titled “Yalda” from his suspenseful debut album called lp1. Produced in what sounds to have been a clean environment with the best noise-free preamps money could afford, “Yalda” outperforms hundreds of traditionally…

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Omiqron6 Introduces World To A New Kind of Lighting


No Futurama fans, this isn’t some new album created by Matt Groenig and co. This is an album straight out of Mexico by emerging artist Omiqron6, titled A New Kind of Lighting. Omiqron6 is different for most folks. If you’re a gamer, you’re going to understand the music. Most of these songs have comparable motifs to early Sega Genesis and…

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