Song of the Day 9/8/2013 “Something Good Can Work” by Two Door Cinema Club


Personally i think this is the much better version of a amazing song. Two Door Cinema Club blasted off on the scene, and when i heard their songs they weren’t to big. Something happened and now they are headlining tours and are even on MTV
I’ll admit i never was a fan of their second album and i think it might be only downhill from here. TDCC have definitely had their taste of fame and their second album sounds like it. But luckily “Something Good Can Work” is on the first album, which is a pure classic for modern alternative rock. What an album and Something Can Good Work might be the best song among a group of very good tracks. “I Can Talk” “What You KNow” Undercover Maryten” and “This is the Life” are some very big highlights.
Something Good Can Work is for fans of indie rock, alternative and even punk. Shit, it sounds great and has a quality that makes it seem like an post punk guitar assault. Hit It Up!

Song of the Day 9/5/2013 “Tonight Matthew” by Million Dead

Many know who Frank Turner is, the Folk-Punk phenomenon has taken the world by storm. Before he was Frank Turner of Punk/Metal Giants Epitaph Records, he was Frank Turner of Million Dead.
Million Dead were a very short lived Post-Hardcore/ Art Punk/ Hardcore Punk band that released some quality songs that still aren’t available on American Itunes! But check out their discography especially if you like Frank Turner, and don’t let the “Hardcore” scare you off. The music is very very lyrical and the vocals at times sound like he is singing poetry. It’s a great band and “Tonight Matthew” is song of the day because quite frankly its my favorite song from the quartet.
“Tonight Matthew” sounds like artsy hardcore poetry, if there is such a thing. It’s brilliant, tasteful and catchy. Million Dead had poor relatioships within the band and Frank Turner can be quoted as saying that while touring they pretty much hated each other. To bad, because Million Dead made some quality tracks. The band only lasted a couple years and Frank Turner moved on to his far more prolific career as a alternative singer songwriting god. LONG LIVE FRANK TURNER!