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Coping with Death and Destruction reviewed by Jeyran Main

Coping with Death and Destruction, the new book by Arrison Kirby, is beginning to receive reviews on the web.  (Feel free to leave your own on Amazon or Goodreads or wherever, if you read it, yourself!)

Among the first is by Jeyran Main and it is featured on her site (www.jeyranmain.com)  You can read it here:

Coping With Death by Arrison Kirby (Book Review #150)

The Ripple Effect reviews The Micro Jackson EP

California music site, The Ripple Effect, had very nice things to say about The Micro Jackson EP, the most recent Arrison Kirby release, featuring Dustin Milotte and Brite Flowers.

I like this The Grime person.

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Ox Fanzine reviews Aries

Germany’s Ox Fanzine did a rather positive and candid review of the recent Arrison Kirby album, Aries.

The last line of the review, translated, reads, ” A funny contemporary, that Arrison Kirby!” We’ll take it!

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Vents Magazine reviews Aries

Vents Magazine published a rather lengthy and complimentary review of the new album from Arrison Kirby, Aries.  Once again, another media outlet suggests that Arrison’s music  goes hand in hand with hallucinogenic drugs.  Who could – or would want to – argue with that?

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Arrison Kirby reviews Begotten for The Progressive Cinema Scorecard

 

 

 

 

Arrison Kirby recently popped up on The Progressive Cinema Scorecard, with his scoring of the 1990 art film, Begotten.

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Aries reviewed by Spanish metal magazine, NOIZZ

 

This is some interesting feedback.  NOIZZ is “dedicated to dark sounds,” so it’s good to know that Aries was worthy of their review.

Check it out by clicking here.

English speakers will have to select that language in the sidebar  to read it as such.

There will be a few who love him, many who do not understand at all and others who hate him.”

Aries spotlighted by Target Audience Magazine

 

 

Target Audience Magazine has featured El Deth’s most recent release, Aries, in their Spotlight section.  We would tell you what page. but what fun is that?

Find it for yourself by clicking here.

AltSounds reviews “Scrappy” by Arrison Kirby

AltSounds gave a very favorable review to “Scrappy,” the first single from Arrison Kirby’s upcoming album, Aries.  The single features Bernie Worrell, of P-Funk and Talking Heads, on keys.  Aries will be released on April 2nd.

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Endless Winter reviewed by In Your Speakers

Katherine Bradshaw, at In Your Speakers, has written a lengthy and largely positive review of Endless Winter by The Standstill.  (Thank you!)  The disc scored a rating of 71 out of 100.

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Dire Con reviewed in Sonic Masala

Not only did Sonic Masala give the new Dire Con album a mostly favorable review, but also a lovely bonus nod to COP’s Urgency.  Additionally, they are featuring the track, “Wasted Youth,” in addition to “Pills.”  This is also the second reference in a review, basically dubbing this style of sound as “grunge.”  Noted!

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