TheKut4

I’ll Be Your Maniac


We were first introduced to The Kut back in 2009 by our friends at Criminal Records and were immediately smitten.  Since that time (starting with “A Kut Above“) this London-based power trio has been the subject of several posts over the years.  Naturally, we were pleased to learn that, while we were out, The Kut has stayed the course and kept right on…

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it's alive

Welcome to the Resurrection


When Froglix first launched back on July 4, 2009 we had but one simple mantra…to provide all who dared to tune in a chance to experience some of the best music on the planet.  Today, it is that very same mantra fuels our restoration. We are happy to announce that the hiatus is over and while we’ve made few changes and improvements, at our core, Froglix…

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The Afghan Whigs

Flashback Friday: Afghan Whigs


Perhaps it was their clean cut image or maybe it was Greg Dulli’s soulful, post punk vocals dancing ever so perfectly through intoxicating rhythms and clever guitar riffs that helped Cincinnatti’s Afghan Whigs stand out in decade of music that was awash in a Seattle sea of grunge.  Whatever it was…it worked as they truly offered music lovers a clear alternative to…

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Carbon Airwaves

Carbon Airways :: Atomic Is In My Mind


What do you get when you mix Euro-electro pop, punk, and the inevitable angst and energy of two teenagers? You get Carbon Airways. I first heard Carbon Airways when I got an email from their label, Bad Life, about the release of their Razor Edge EP. I was completely enthralled by the French teenage brother and sister combo of Enguérand…

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Small City Calling

Small City Calling :: Hold Me Closer


Michael Weybret recut his short film “An Early Autumn’s Hope” into a music video for the song that helped inspire the story. Just so happens to be “Hold Me Closer” by Froglix favourite Small City Calling. Check out the video below. – DMitch

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Australia Week :: Let us rejoice for we are music


To end Australia Week let us ask a question. Where would the world be without the music coming from Down Under? Consider the cultural impact made by these bands and artists: AC/DC, Midnight Oil, INXS, The Vines, Hoodoo Gurus, The Church, Natalie Imbruglia, Nick Cave, Counting Crows and so so many others. And don’t deny the guilty pleasures of The…

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