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Cotillon – Cotillon (Burger Records)

Cotillon, Selective Memory

Jordan Corso loves his bedroom pop project Cotillon. It began as a means to self-satisfy a need surrounded by the Los Angeles skyline. But show after show after show, the popularity for his music only self-released on his Bandcamp page, turned into a serious relationship writing about failed relationships. Links: Bandcamp Facebook Twitter Corso took

Untimely Demise – Systematic Eradication (Self Released)

Systematic Eradication (www.selectivememorymag.com)

Thrash metal—I have had a love affair with thrash since my first listen, maybe due to it being a genre born during my early impressionable days when I was discovering my musical identity. Anyone who lived in small town central Indiana during the 1980s will remember going to Washington Square Mall.

Unplugged and Stripped Down: An Evening With Michale Graves

Michale Graves, photo by Brad Flynn for Selective Memory

An integral part of the 1990's punk scene, Michale Graves was instrumental in the resurrection of the iconic Misfits, giving them new life and bringing in a new generation of fans, making the Misfits a more recognized, if not a household, name. Having formed other bands after his departure from

Adrian and the Sickness – Be Your Own Savior

Adrian and the Sickness (www.selectivememorymag.com)

With a somewhat sassy sultriness to her voice, Adrian Conner delivers an eclectic mix of songs on her new album, Be Your Own Saviour. Adrian is no stranger to rocking out as she also plays lead in the AC/DC tribute band Hell's Belles, however, on this album she infuses high

Godhunter – City of Dust (The Compound/Battleground Records)

Godhunter (www.selectivememorymag.com)

There is something about the desert that would make a person slightly crazy, and there is something about Tucson’s politically conservative atmosphere that would make a band like Godhunter rebel against. If you have Weedeater and Bongzilla in your collection (even a little Kyuss), you don’t want to miss this proper

The New Hardcore Dynasty – An interview with Empire of Rats

Empire of Rats (www.selectivememorymag.com

Columbus, Ohio, seems like an unlikely place for a hardcore punk band with more fury than most East Coast muscle.  The power this band emits from their self-titled album released last fall on A389 to the uber-energetic live shows, you cannot deny their integrity. I had a chance to talk to

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