Archive for June, 2010

Artificial Heart, by The Sunset Curse is live on iTunes and emusic… Enjoy.

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Greetings Fellow Music Snobs,

Point your ears towards the debut record “Artificial Heart” from Denver’s Sunset Curse. Click to check it out at iTunes or emusic, courtesy of your friends at Helmet Room Recordings.

We think it’s some of Denver’s best stuff.

The Blood Of Heroes and Sunset Curse on Monsieur Délire

Friday, June 25th, 2010

The Blood of Heroes (Ohm Resistance) and The Sunset Curse have both been reviewed by music critic François Couture, in his Monsieur Delire blog.

The Blood Of Heroes finds itself on

Friday, June 25th, 2010

The Blood of Heroes (Ohm Resistance) finds itself on; kind words from TJ Norris.

“Not for the weary.”
- TJ Norris,

Sunset Curse, Birch Book and The Blood Of Heroes, all at Aiding And Abetting

Saturday, June 19th, 2010

The Sunset Curse reviewed at Aiding And Abetting (click to read the full review).

Also, short reviews of Birch Book and The Blood Of Heroes

New Release: Day Dissolved Dream “For Her”

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

We are pleased to announce that there is a new EP available from Day Dissolved Dream

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The Blood Of Heroes review at Baby Sue

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

The Blood of Heroes (Ohm Resistance) has been reviewed at

“Harsh rhythm-driven tracks collide with metallic sounds and vocals drenched in effects. Slightly spooky at times…and ultimately somewhat surreal…”
- Baby Sue

Birch Book “A Hand Full Of Days” review at Monsieur Delire

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

The new Birch Book CD, “A Handful of Days” has been well received by François Couture at Monsieur Delire

“Better than both volumes of Fortune & Folly, marvelously written, tastefully melancholic. A must-have.”
- François Couture, Monsieur Delire

The Blood Of Heroes reviewed at Brainwashed

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

The Blood of Heroes (Ohm Resistance) has been reviewed at

“While I do hear parallels in the sound to the likes of early Techno Animal, Ice, and Scorn, never does it sound like anything but a product of the modern era.”
- Creaig Dunton,

Free track from The Sunset Curse at Denver Post

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

The Sunset Curse have been written up in the Denver Post Reverb by Eryc Eyl. Click to read the original review and grab a free song from the debut record “Artificial Heart.”

“Though the album’s blend of electronica, indie rock, hard rock and the kitchen sink makes for a puzzling first impression, subsequent listens reveal a coherent artistic statement that is the musical equivalent of a nighttime stroll through nearly any 21st century city’s streets. You’ll get what we mean when you steal the album’s title track.”
- Eryc Eyl, Denver Post