Speak Into My Good Eye

All posts by Brett Bodner


Album Review: Superheaven – Ours Is Chrome

SideOneDummy Records has been on a roll lately. Anyone who believes that rock/alternative is dead should turn no further than to some of the artists on the label. Chuck Ragan, PUP, Violent Soho, The Smith Street Band, and the latest [...]

May 8, 2015 New Music, Reviews

EP Review: Dave Hause – Home Alone

If there was one artist out there who deserves to be more known than he is it is Dave Hause. The man is a brilliant singer and song writer, which he has proved through his live shows, his first two [...]

May 8, 2015 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: The Front Bottoms & GDP Display Jersey Pride On Record Store Day EP

New Jersey has produced many good things over the years like pork roll, Bruce Springsteen, the New Jersey Devils, and the Sopranos. On April 18, more good things emerged from the Garden State. On this year’s Record Store Day, New [...]

April 27, 2015 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Manchester Orchestra Reimagine Cope with release of Hope

On April 1st, Manchester Orchestra released their fourth studio album Cope, which was 38 minutes of pure ass kicking rock. With blaring guitars, pounding drums, and the great voice of lead singer Andy Hull, the album a very enjoyable listen. [...]

November 25, 2014 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Foo Fighters – Sonic Highways

SIMGE contributor Brett Bodner: In recent years, it seems like rock has been lost in the music scene. It’s been dominated with country music and electronic dance music. Nowadays you really have to dig to find good rock music. However, [...]

November 20, 2014 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: The Menzingers – Rented World

With the successful release of On The Impossible Path, The Menzingers’ had some big shoes to fill on April 22 when they released their fourth album, Rented World. The Menzingers – guitarist/vocalist Greg Barnett, guitarist/vocalist Tom May, bassist Eric Keen, and [...]

June 10, 2014 New Music, Reviews