Nov 012011
 

thumbs upWe’ve tallied all the Thumbs Up’s and Thumbs Down’s for the month of October and the Froglix listeners have proven to have quite the diversity of tastes. Forty-five (45) tracks from thirty-three (33) artists received votes, but alas, not everyone can be a winner. Represented in the Top Ten alone though are artists we have described before as rock, modern rock, alternative rock, Brit alt-rock, ambient, electro, electronica, indie pop, ska, power ska, reggae, punk, post-punk, singer/songwriter, and actually quite a bit more. So without further ado…take a listen to October’s favorites…

October’s Top Ten
(in alphabetical order)

28-200 :: I Kiss U
Attention Thieves :: Let It All Out
Case Of The Mondays :: Indie Girl
Mars Accelerator :: Fill For The Glacial Till
Mobile Wash Unit :: September Was Winter
Ring Of Truth :: Why Should This Be?
Rude City Riot :: Victoria
Small City Calling :: Atlantic: Castaways
Treading Lemmings :: Comeuppance
Variety Workshop :: U Suck Noodles

– DMitch

 

 

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Apr 012010
 

The votes have been tallied and the choice of the people…err the Froglix Faithful anyway…is quite clear.  The top 10 artists as selected by the listeners for March 2010 are (insert drum roll here)…

Diversifyd
Tenpenny Joke

The Sky Life

Everything Zen

Ring of Truth

Black Knight

Hand Painted Swinger

Killer Godzilla

Rude City Riot

The Exits

- Drago

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Aug 022009
 

Everthing is the Same But in a Different PlaceEverytime a CD arrives here at Froglix we act very much like kids at Christmas who can’t wait to shred the wrapping paper that stands between them and their coveted gifts.   Such was the case with a package we recently received from the UK.  The treasure inside?  Ring of Truth‘s debut disc entitled Everything’s the same but in a different place…and a treasure it truly is.    The old and the new collide beautifully on this disc and treat the listener to an unsullied sound that clearly draws from a variety of sources for inspiration.  Think Midnight Oil meets Echo and the Bunnymen with a bit more edginess or, better yet, English Alt-Rock done right.   Stand out tracks include: “Why Should This Be?”, “Passing of Time”, “A Spanish Hunger” and “Smile”.

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