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Keane - Hopes and Fears album cover

Keane

Hopes and Fears, 2004

6.4 / 10
Multiple Authors

My first listen: Let's get some facts straight. Keane is a three piece band. They don't have any guitars, instead there is a piano. They are also deemed as the ...

Keelhaul - Keelhaul's Triumphant Return to Obscurity album cover

Keelhaul

Keelhaul's Triumphant Return to Obscurity, 2009

8.0 / 10

It’s been five years since Cleveland-based Keelhaul last graced us with Subject to Change Without Notice. In that time a lot has transpired, and not just in the world of ...

Keelhaul - Subject to Change Without Notice album cover

Keelhaul

Subject to Change Without Notice, 2004

8.5 / 10

Remember when you and your friends formed your first band? It didn't matter what kind of music you were going to play. As long as you had a really awesome ...

Keene Brothers - Blues and Boogie Shoes album cover

Keene Brothers

Blues and Boogie Shoes, 2006

8.5 / 10

Everybody's got a little something to say about Robert Pollard these days. Drunk, father, master singer-vocalist. Many years ago, long before the advent of the Internet a close friend remarked ...

Keith Canisius - This Time It's Our High album cover

Keith Canisius

This Time It's Our High, 2010

7.8 / 10

Keith Canisius is a lesser known musician who managed to be born in the USA and move himself out to Denmark. This album is not his first for certain. In ...

Keith Emerson and Greg Lake - Live at Manticore Hall album cover

Keith Emerson and Greg Lake

Live at Manticore Hall, 2014

7.5 / 10

After forming in 1970, the members of progressive rock group Emerson, Lake, and Palmer (i.e. keyboardist extraordinaire Keith Emerson, guitarist/bassist/vocalist Greg Lake, and drummer Carl Palmer, all highly experienced and ...

Keith Morris - My Damage: The Story of a Punk Rock Survivor album cover

Keith Morris

My Damage: The Story of a Punk Rock Survivor, 2017

7.0 / 10
Book Review

Keith Morris is one of the remaining original punk rock figures that is still going. Hardly anyone else embodies the sound of Southern Californian hardcore the way he does. With ...

Ken Mode - Entrench album cover

Ken Mode

Entrench, 2013

9.0 / 10

Ken Mode from Canada have been around for quite a while. The band was formed back in 1999, releasing their debut album, Mongrel, in 2003. Since then three more full-lengths followed ...

Kendrick Lamar - good kid, m.A.A.d city album cover

Kendrick Lamar

good kid, m.A.A.d city, 2012

9.2 / 10

What better way to start my career at Scene Point Blank and as a published writer than by reviewing one of the most important releases of 2012? Probably any other ...

Keren Ann - Nolita album cover

Keren Ann

Nolita, 2005

8.4 / 10

On The Blood Brothers' 2004 disc Crimes singers Jordan Blilie and Johnny Whitney scream, "Everybody needs a little devastation," from "Devastator." Well you know what fellas, sometimes everybody needs a ...

Kerretta - Saansilo album cover

Kerretta

Saansilo, 2011

8.0 / 10

Though the artist/album title combination features enough frustratingly doubled letters to require this review to be rewritten no less than five times, New Zealand instrumental three-piece Kerretta's newest album Saansilo ...

Kevin Hufnagel - Transparencies album cover

Kevin Hufnagel

Transparencies, 2011

9.0 / 10

For those of you that don't recognize the name, Kevin Hufnagel is actually a fairly prolific musician, playing in technical and progressive metal bands like Dysrythmia and Gorguts. And, funnily ...

Khanate - Clean Hands Go Foul album cover

Khanate

Clean Hands Go Foul, 2009

8.0 / 10

Talk about the last gasp of air from a dead corpse, Clean Hands Go Foul is the final studio recordings from Khanate, and their third studio full-length (if one counts ...

Khann - Tofutopia album cover

Khann

Tofutopia, 2007

6.0 / 10

Seriously, Tofutopia? An album called Tofutopia? This is the album title of this record? Surely, this band has to be joking, does it not? As this record sits in my ...

Khlyst - Chaos is My Name album cover

Khlyst

Chaos is My Name, 2006

7.7 / 10

Khlyst, being comprised of James Plotkin (formerly of Khanate and involved in a multitude of other projects) and Runhild Gammelsaeter (formerly of Thorr's Hammer), could easily be expected to produce ...

Khuda - Iecava album cover

Khuda

Iecava, 2011

7.0 / 10

Khuda are extremely good at making me feel uncomfortable in new and interesting ways. For only two people, Tom Brooke and Steve Myles have done a lot to take the ...

Kickback - No Surrender album cover

Kickback

No Surrender, 2009

7.0 / 10

Apparently Kickback is from France and is controversial as well as infamous. I'm not trying to doubt these claims but I haven't been able to find any reason why they'd ...

Kid Kilowatt - Guitar Method album cover

Kid Kilowatt

Guitar Method, 2004

7.5 / 10

There are side-projects and then there are supergroups. A side-project is something that a band member fiddles with when they are bored. But a supergroup is a project that no ...

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