Starset – Tranmissions [CC Review]

Science Fiction is a popular genre of media for its mystery, excitement, and wonderment that can captivate us from a movie, to a song, and even through books and art work. Starset is such a band that feeds on the Sci-fi universe to create their own sound and look. Transmissions is…

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Papa Roach – F.E.A.R [CC Review]

Face Everything and Rise[F.E.A.R] is the 8th studio album from blockbuster band Papa Roach. Over 21 years ago they started on a journey to create music that comes from the heart. In their early years, Papa Roach tackled topics such as broken homes from divorce, domestic abuse, and being an…

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Red Molly – The Red Album – [CC Review]

Natural balance on Contrast Control wouldn’t be present if we didn’t eventually jump into the realm of country music. This genre of music was created in Atlanta, GA in the early 1920s. Since then, this music has taken the world over and become one of the biggest genres next to…

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A Dark Line – Running From The Light [EP Review]

  Determination. That’s one word to sum up the EP coming from A Dark Line. The EP in question, Running from the Light covers the theme of if you want to achieve something you have to put 110 percent into it to get the best results. Current lineup for A…

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Mr. Goshness – A Guide To All Things Twisted Album Review

  Mr. Goshness. The name alone is eye catching. The sound? Well we are going to get into that and try to find the right words to describe what is created on A Guide To All Things Twisted, a culmination of years work into 12 songs that will leave you…

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Sevendust – Time Travelers & Bonfires Album Review

  Time Travlers & Bonfires marks the tenth studio album from mega metal band Sevendust who began their career in 1994 by bassist Vince Horsnby[Bass], Morgan Rose[Drums], and John Connolly[Guitars]. After their first demo, Lajon Witherspoon joined as lead vocalist and not to long after that came lead guitarist Clint…

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The Almost – Southern Weather Album Review #TBT

  In 2007, not all that long ago I really attached myself to the pop-punk music scene. The appeal of themes of being a teenager with feelings no one else understood or being a socially awkward kid were something all too common to me. The memories attached to music for…

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Mawule – It’s Only The Beginning [CC Exclusive]

  Coming from Ghana, Africa, Mawule is an example of striving through hardship and pursuing dreams despite said hardship. Contrast Control happily welcomes Mawule into the family as he shares via an interview with me about his life, music, and drive to move forward to a bright future. Mawule’s latest…

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SOJA – Amid the Noise and Haste Album Review

From middle school friends with a dream of creating a band and music they feel will help connect the world, now Grammy nominated and featuring a star studded guest cast on Amid the Noise and Haste, SOJA have made their dreams come true and more as they have released their…

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