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Last night Anthony & Anthony (A squared) rocked out to Evans|Blue, Framing Hanley, and No Resolve at The Machine Shop in Flint, MI. The night was opened by a local band, No Resolve, that showed so much maturity and potential for such a young group. The band has recorded a few tracks onto an EP, but Red Pill Music wasn’t able to get a copy of it at the concert, because they sold out last show! So in short, this is what we heard; No Resolve has some much involved in their music ranging from soothing melodies to explosive guitar riffs and vocals. Red Pill Music will update in the future with the progress of No Resolve. Take some Alice In Chains, Incubus, and Evans|Blue, stir it up and you have the sweet sound of No Resolve. Taste that!

Following No Resolve later in the evening was the Tennessee rockers, Framing Hanley. These guys definitely showed that their live show is just as powerful as their debut album “The Moment”.

Evans|Blue started playing around 11 p.m. and rocked a long, solid show. They played a mix of their two albums including all the singles. Also Evans|Blue played their epic movement, Painted. Meticulously pulled off, just amazing. Evans|Blue continued to play and play until nearly 1 a.m. and not a moment too soon! Overall, it was a solid rock show. Rock on! Here are some pictures:
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Friday, June 1, 2007
ARTIST OF THE DAY
Jamie’s Elsewhere

Hometown: Sacramento, CA
Genre: Rock, Screamo, Indie
Sounds like: Silverstein, Emery, Taking Back Sunday
Current Album: Goodbye Rocketman, St. George Is Under Fire
Myspace: myspace.com/jamieselsewhere
Official Site:

Here’s a band that I’ve grown to love. I originally found them after the demise of Mozart Season. After hearing a few songs I was thoroughly impressed. Jamies Elsewhere’s sound is smooth and controlled, sometimes layered with raging vocals. I love their sound and what they can bring to the table. Jamie’s Elsewhere are in a elite group that has so many dynamics in their music, it’s just right. I’m looking forward to picking up their debut album in a couple weeks. Stop what you’re doing and check out their myspace.

by: Framing Hanley

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: Bullet For My Valentine Tears Don’t Fall

Four years ago today, Slipknot bassist Paul Gray was arrested on drugs and drink-driving charges after he collided with a car after going through a red light in his home town of Des Moines, Iowa. Gray, (who wears a pig mask on stage) then tried to write a cheque for $1,000 (?600) to the other driver, who then called the police. Gray failed two alcohol tests at the scene and was arrested for possession of marijuana, cocaine and drug paraphernalia, as well drink-driving.

You whispered into my ear, like a bomb going off.
lyrics from Coma Therapy by Strata
Today’s Daily Dose was created by: Anthony Montalbano 2007

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Tuesday, April 10, 2007
ARTIST OF THE DAY
Framing Hanley

Hometown: Nashville, TN
Genre: Rock / Alternative
Sounds like: Trust Company, Unwritten Law, Theory Of A Deadman
Current Album: The Moment
Myspace: myspace.com/framinghanley
Official Site: www.framinghanley.com

Framing Hanley has a great sound, but with their intense live shows the band quickly gained a large following in Nashville. In November of 2006 they signed with Silent Majority Group and just finished recording their debut album “The Moment.” Their new album is set to hit stores May 15th and I can’t wait to add this one to my collection. Some of the songs I really liked were Here me know, Home, and a slower track Alone in this bed. If your looking for a another good rock band this is the one.

by: Dark New Day

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE DAY: Three Days Grace Pain

In 2000, Sony Music Entertainment announces plans to make its first commercial digital downloads available to U.S. consumers. Sony says it will offer about 50 hit songs from Lauryn Hill, Pearl Jam, Michael Jackson, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and others.

We speak in different voices
When fighting with the ones we’ve loved
lyrics from Voices by Saosin
Today’s Daily Dose was created by: Anthony Danko 2007

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