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Subtle City

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Let//Go screams into your ears from a self-titled with all the intensity that draws people into metal. Energy pours forth from the rapid-fire drumming and furious vocals, shaking the listener by the shoulders as the lead guitar creates a hypnotizing effect. Occasional punches of deep, resounding bass add some depth. The lyrics issue a call for believers to pick up those that have fallen.

These guys are very clear they want to change our broken world using hope as their weapon of choice; they want you taking up the charge along with them. There’s not a track on this album I wouldn’t be willing to set on “repeat” for a couple of spins. If Let//Go can continue this quality of work, I’ll be a rabid fan in short order.



Droning On

The world came to a halt in 2020, but London-based Drones trudged on, giving a voice to the hurt that circulates with (or without) a pandemic: "You shouldn’t underestimate the power of writing things down or literally speaking them out loud, which I’m learning. I’m glad I made these songs, no matter how personal they are."


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