Loud Rock Charts: 1/29

The week of January 29th brings upon us a very heavy slew of metal. Arguably the best record to drop so far, Vertikal sees Cult of Luna further themselves as the leaders in the post metal genre. I thought it…

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KZSC Jazz Charts

This week has been a little off in regards to the mail, so I've decided to do the charting early to get into a new flow of things. Additionally this week, I'm welcoming the Jazz Director intern Jared Frazier (Jamfrazi)…

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Jazz Charts 1/22

After a wonderful holiday and inherent lack of mail, the jazz charts only have one new add: Jose James' "No Beginning No End" which I am very excited to have. This album is where genres break down and the artist can…

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Jazz Charts 1/15

Hello everyone, Here is this week's edition of the KZSC Jazz Charts. Topping them this week comes an independent/self release from vocalist Lauren Desberg with her EP "Sideways." This album features many up and coming young jazz stars on the…

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Loud Rock Charts: 1/15

After 4 long years, Voivod is finally back with their newest full length, Target Earth. It's the first record to feature their new guitarist, Daniel Mongrain, and the first since 1991 to feature their original bassist. Also, Incite, who is releasing an…

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Loud Rock Charts: 1/8

Alas, it is time once again to bring ourselves back into reality. However, that also means more awesome music for the masses. This week brings some really neat stuff out of Corsair, a band that actually self released their first…

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Loud Rock Charts: 12/4

As the year slowly comes to a close, new releases will begin to shrink in size. However, that does not by any means represent the quality of the records. This week sees Cult of Luna's newest record, Vertikal, on display, with…

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Jazz Charts

This week's results for KZSC Jazz Charts and Adds. Lot's more new music coming in this week, I'm especially excited to be adding more Marsalis music to the Jazz library. Top 10 KZSC Jazz Spins 1 AMBROSE AKINMUSIRE When The…

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Loud Rock Charts: 11/27

I hope everyone had a very metal Thanksgiving break because I sure did. Here's what happened in the life of Bröötalisk these past two days: 1) Interview The Haarp Machine. See them play with The Faceless and Revocation. 2) Interview…

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Loud Rock Charts: 11/20

To all the metalheads in the Oakland area: I sincerely hope you went to experience Neurosis live on Saturday night. I sure as hell didn't miss out. They were phenomenal. In other concert news... Dethklok and all That Remains is…

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Loud Rock Charts: 11/13

Finally, after all these months of waiting, Deftones' newest record, Koi No Yokan, is dropping on Tuesday, November 13th. It's one hell of an album, definitely on par with Diamond Eyes and White Pony. Other new releases include one of…

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Loud Rock Charts: 11/6

In this week's edition of new metally things that you should care about, we have a group of bands that aren't quite as well known as the past few weeks' additions, but they're still just as awesome. Something noteworthy about…

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Loud Rock Charts: 10/30

Consider this: during any other year, almost every single album listed below would be an album of the year, and at the very least a top 5 record. However, 2012 isn't just any other year. I've said this time and…

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Loud Rock Charts: 10/23

This week in metal comes some very interesting releases. Wintersun's newest album that was 6 years in the making, Time I, dropped last Friday. Can it live up to more than half a decade's worth of hype? Another notable release  is…

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Loud Rock Charts: 10/9

I think now is a very worthwhile time to point out the amazing upcoming metal albums that are dropping in this metallest of months. The list is as follows: BTBAM, Daylight Dies, Enslaved, Dethklok, Downfall of Gaia, Converge, Sylosis, Wintersun,…

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Loud Rock Charts: 10/2

School has officially started up again here at UCSC, and that means I'm  multi-tasking between classes, digging through the newest batch of Loud Rock sent to KZSC and trying to watch the NFL. Who would have thought the Arizona Cardinals would be 4-0…

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Loud Rock Charts: 9/25

TesseracT, known for being very finicky with their vocalists, have finally found their newest singer, Ashe O'Hara, who will hopefully be a more permanent addition than their last two. You can hear a snippet their newest song "Nocturne", which showcases…

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