Harlem Shakes: Technicolor Health

If one were to throw a rock in the western part of Brooklyn, it'd likely hit the supporting member of some transplanted indie rock band. With everyone and their mother's band relocating to the borough, it presents a problem for a five-piece, guitar-driven rock band like Harlem Shakes to rise above the fray. They may get their chance with "Technicolor Health", the band's debut LP …

Blurb

Great for someone who doesn't want to spend endless hours designing layout but wants it to look professional, Blurb is one of the most versatile new-ish websites for creating albums and books. Whether it's a cookbook, photo album, portfolio or a novel, they can do it all. Unlike most other sites, Blurb gives you the option to sell your book on the web or keep …

FOX Japan: Hell

The closing track on FOX Japan's recent disc, "Hell," recounts tales of pre-pubescent revelry in early-nineties West Virginia. A spot-on portrait—complete with references to Capri Sun and and Boyz II Men—"'91" is also an apt staging ground for the West Virginia-based group's guitar-driven pop rock, which has clear references to the golden age of mid-nineties alt rock. A classically-trained composer, guitarist and vocalist Charlie Wilmoth …