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New Music Reviews by Kim Acrylic

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Heavy Water Experiments
[Self Titled]

Indie,psychedelic and shoegaze all wrapped in this beautiful CD.
each track gets better and better till it’s filled with noise orgasms.
The first track “Goldenthroat” is pure,original and catchy,then the next track Mirror The Sky” becomes so intense your afraid to turn your radio off…you MUST hear more.
I cannot even compare this band to anyone.They are so original and true to their sound. each pulsating beat and trippy melody gets you lost among tracks and vocals of Indie rock personality.
The lyrics to me are calming with an intense comfort only artists or people with open minds can get.
This CD is a must in any collection,no matter what kinda “Indie” your used to.Even the snottiest indie vinyl toting kids will adore this album. review by Kim Acrylic Reviewer magazine 2008.

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Dolphin
relationsh+t

An artist that combines instrumentals along with vocals that echoes Miss Kitten.
A lovely voice that goes from complete perfection to a bit of Kill Rock Stars Olympia riot girl scene with in minutes!

Cannot tell if she has an accent or not,very intriguing,with lyrics “why did you give me wings when I am scared of heights” brings her back down from stardom to a deeper poetic level in mere seconds.
On this CD her vocals seem to be the most dominate of the whole CD the instruments are amazing but her voice takes over in full rock star mode. the guitar is really beautiful as well and doesn’t match with her voice or sound which makes it even more interesting for those of us seeking something different.
Every track on the CD is different and a total surprise.

http://www.myspace.com/idolphin1

Review by Kim Acrylic of Reviewer magazine 2008

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Gram Rabbit
Radio Angel &the Robot Beat

Gram Rabbit is one of those bands you want to put on repeat and find something new in each song every time it spins around.
This album was wonderful,full of intense Electro/rock with unique vocals like a mix between a possessed little girl and a beautiful singer from the “cranes” influence.
The first track “American Hookers” is an amazing mix of Goth,Synth and dark rock.
This album is a sing along and get up and dance CD with shifts of rage and relaxing drug induced bliss.
The second track *The rest of us sleep* talks about politicians lying and nothing being on the “telly” all done in a sing along-nursery rhyme tune.
Their drum beats go right through you in an inspiring pulse.Whether it’s Jesika Von Rabbit singing or one of the boys, Todd or Gram, the lyrics and vocals are really intense and very diverse.
This CD is great for people into Electro,hip hop,trip hop,rock or even shoegaze. very eclectic and eccentric.
One of the best CD’s I’ve heard in quite some time. www. myspace. com/gramrabbit

Review by Kim Acrylic for Reviewer magazine 2008

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