It's been an interesting journey for Mike Droho, starting in 2006 when he wrote and recorded a solo album and toured with only a computer as a backing band. In 2008 he wrote all of the musical parts before assembling an incredibly talented backing band and released new recordings. And now Mike Droho is back with yet another musical masterpiece.
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With the opening of deer season this past week, the Wisconsin northwoods have been abuzz with avid outdoorsmen. Gun season, however, is just the hors d'oeuvres before the main course of ice fishing for Wisconsin winter game enthusiasts.
Shiny Toy Guns came roaring onto the alternative music scene with their 2007 Grammy nominated electronic hit We Are Pilots. Since their debut in 2006, Shiny have switched personnel and hibernated in Alaska to write their second album, Season of Poison.
Denver natives, the Flobots, have burst onto the hip-hop scene with their socially and politically infused music. Their major label debut, Fight With Tools, has taken the genre for a spin by straying from the typical topics of money and girls and, instead rhyming discontents about the state of the nation. With their strong vocals and instrumentals blended with rap beats, Fight With Tools is an album worth listening to, not just for getting down and dirty.
It seems these days any group of guys can put out a pop-punk album. Forever The Sickest Kids' debut release 'Underdog Alma Mater' tries to blend pop-punk and techno with little success.
Canadian quartet, Tokyo Police Club is back"" with their full length debut, Elephant Shell, armed with an arsenal of new songs and full of energy.
British rockers the Kooks have given listeners an early taste of summer with their latest release, Konk. The catchy acoustic riffs and light-hearted lyrics that made the quartet famous on their first album, Inside In/Inside Out, are back, leaving the listener far from disappointed. It's hard to put out a great sophomore album after a stellar debut but the Kooks succeed in high fashion.
Panic at the Disco is back after three years, one exclamation point and one scrapped record with their newest album Pretty. Odd. Fans have waited a long time but won't be disappointed with what the group now has to offer.