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Give Me Rest is the latest release from the North Dakota trio of musicians known as Hands. As a fan of their debut, I was anticipating this album for a while and happily I was not disappointed. The first song, “I Will” quickly sets things in motion with its hypnotic drum beat and unbelievably emotional vocals courtesy of Shane Ochsner.

On a Saturday night I decided to head on over to a local show in town adjacent to mine. There I watched the Quebec band Manahil perform, as they call it, ambient music for metalheads. After seeing them live I had to get myself a copy of their album Hadayane and decided to share with you just how it sounds.

Described on their Facebook page as “ambient, indie, post rock”, I wasn’t really sure what to expect from Athletics’ debut release Why Aren’t I Home?. Could something really be ambient, indie, and post rock, and actually work? Well, it seems that yes, yes it can. From the outset, the opening track, bearing the same name as the album, is Athletics’ way of saying “Here we are. This is what we do.”

Anhedonia is the debut album by American rock band The Graduate. The tracks “Sit & Sink” and “Justified” were featured on their previous Horror Show EP and were re-recorded for this album. The album title is a reference to Anhedonia, the psychological condition of being unable to feel joy or excitement from normally pleasurable acts, such as social or sexual interactions. Source: Wikipedia

Anhedonia is the debut album by American rock band The Graduate. The tracks “Sit & Sink” and “Justified” were featured on their previous Horror Show EP and were re-recorded for this album. The album title is a reference to Anhedonia, the psychological condition of being unable to feel joy or excitement from normally pleasurable acts, such as social or sexual interactions. Source: Wikipedia