Music You Should Know: 1994 – Good Morning My Friends

“Good Morning My Friends” by 1994 was one of the first local albums I was ever exposed to and the first album that the band came out with. The 8 track album, released in 2007, has the nostalgic feel of early 2000s pop-punk like Blink 182, Fall Out Boy, and The Starting Line. Their sound […]

Tax Dan’s Top Five Local Albums of 2014

My name is Dan A.K.A. Tax Dan. I’m in a pop-punk band called Like Mike, I play solo under the moniker Honesty Again, I do tax stuff for a living, and I write (mostly about local bands) for Analog Revolution.  2014 has been a GREAT year for local music. Here’s the local albums that made […]

The FCC, The President, and Net Neutrality

After widespread protests and nearly 4 million comments on the Federal Communications Commission’s website, President Obama has finally made a statement in favor of reclassifying internet service under Title II to protect net neutrality. So that’s it. We have the “big guns” now and that’s all we’ll need to win the battle for the net right? […]

Time Square Time Bomb – Nostalgia won’t keep me younger – Review

Times Square Timebomb – Nostalgia Won’t Keep Me Younger It had been months -or was it years? It felt like an eternity had passed since local music listeners first heard a few of the songs being played live from Times Square Timebomb’s latest release, “Nostalgia Won’t Keep Me Younger”. The group had released demos and […]

Dog Years – We Thought We Were So Cool

Every so often, the musicians of the Metro-Atlanta DIY scene seem to quit the band they are in, only to resurface in another a few months later. It’s the same group of people, in different pairings, playing various sub-genres that originate from punk; if you go back far enough. Due to the reputations of the […]