CD Review — Young the Giant; Playing The Red Palace, January 24; Sticky Fingerz, March 10; Vinyl, March 12

CD Review — Young the Giant; Playing The Red Palace, January 24; Sticky Fingerz, March 10; Vinyl, March 12

Young the Giant
Young the Giant
Roadrunner

By Al Kaufman

Young the Giant¬†conjures up the melodic grandeur of The Killers in their prime. Although Sameer Gadhia’s vocals do not resonate with quite the same authority as those of Brandon Flowers’, there is no denying the band’s music is captivating and, at times, downright thrilling. Read more about CD Review — Young the Giant; Playing The Red Palace, January 24; Sticky Fingerz, March 10; Vinyl, March 12

CD Review: Dommin — Love Is Gone

CD Review: Dommin — Love Is Gone

Dommin
Love Is Gone
Roadrunner

By Al Kaufman

With the Twilight series so popular for the teenage girls, it seems to only make sense that goth-rock make a pitch for them as well. And Kristofer Dommin, the force behind Dommin, is the perfect poster child for the cause. With his pretty boy looks, lovelorn attitude, and the ability to garner up more than a hint of anger, many a black eyeliner-wearing girl would be willing to let him have a nibble on her neck. Read more about CD Review: Dommin — Love Is Gone

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