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TOP 5 SOCK HOP N’ ROLL ALBUMS

Your hair’s lookin’ slick, your boots are greased and you’re ready to crash the 1955 Vince Lombardi High Senior Prom. These sock hop n’ roll albums of 2015 will have your teenage kicks all night long.

Dig Nick Kuzmack’s —aka Nix Beat— TOP 5 albums of 2015. Featuring: Miscaculations A View For Glass Eyes , The Jackets Shadows Of Sound, Radioactivity Silent Kill, La Luz Weirdo Shrine and Baby Shakes Starry Eyes published @ SLUG Magazine!!

REVIEW: RADIOACTIVITY – SILENT KILL


Radioactivity
Silent Kill
Dirtnap Records
Street: 06.30
Radioactivity = Sharp Objects + Miscalculations + Death

Radioactivity’s second album, Silent Kill, is brilliant, and it’s painfully obvious in an earth-shattering, orgasmic-like way 50 seconds into the first track, “Battered.” Silent Kill represents the impeccable elements of punchy power pop through an electrifying current of electro-punk desperation.

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DIABOLICAL RECORDS: ADAM TYE AND ALANA BOSCAN CELEBRATE TWO YEARS

Adam Tye and Alana Boscan began infecting the public with solid and infectious grooves at Diabolical Records’ brick-and-mortar location in December of 2013. Photo: Gilbert Cisneros

On July 5, Diabolical Records celebrates its second-year anniversary. Their existence in Salt Lake City has made a remarkable impact on the music scene—both as a record shop and the hottest new all-ages music venue. Diabolical Records first opened its doors at Granary Row in 2013 and quickly attracted a following, and after Granary Row ceased operating for the winter, Diabolical Records moved to its current location at 238 S. Edison Street. There, Adam Tye and Alana Boscan began infecting the public with solid and infectious grooves.

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RADIOACTIVITY @ DIABOLICAL RECORDS 05.05 WITH SUSPICIOUS BEASTS, MURDER MYSTERY PARTY

Radioactivity resolves any rock n’ roll doubts.


Piercing through my consciousness like nails on a chalk board, the feedback from Murder Mystery Party’s amps brings my focus onto the band. Now, fully aware of my surroundings, I realize that I have been to this particular place before. I have again found myself at Diabolical/ Albatross Records. Again I am here to check out some of the coolest rock n’ roll gigs Salt Lake has to offer, as well as to tempt the lightening of my wallet. This place usually attracts a steady contingent of regulars, and tonight is no different. Scattered around the store are some of Salt Lake’s hip weirdo population. Some are checking out records, while most have their attention toward the makeshift stage. Though, it is at this moment that I notice the audience seems a bit smaller in size. Something I find odd, considering that tonight I am told something awesome is going to take place…

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