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Circuitry is ready to blow your motherboard with “Untouched by Human Hands”

Posted by on December 20, 2018

Circuitry is a band that hails from Long Branch, NJ.  I recently took a listen to their latest release, Untouched by Human Hands and I was rather surprised with what I heard.  It’s hard to categorize Circuitry as they pull from a wealth of influences and create a sound that is particularly unique.  If you […]

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Amplified: Second to Sun groove, blast, and everything in between

Posted by on March 27, 2015

Amplified is a weekly column focusing on new and emerging artists. Got a band that fits the bill? Email [email protected] Let’s be honest, the instrumental “djent” thing on its own is pretty boring. The bands that stand out in that style either dazzle with their virtuosity to appeal to the musicians in the crowd, (Animals […]

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Jared Dines demonstrates the state of djent

Posted by on March 3, 2015

The last time we saw YouTube genius Jared Dines, he was helping Rob Scallon write a song that didn’t have any notes. Now he’s back with a djent song thoughtfully titled “Djent 2015.” The song features a lot of detuned strings, and apparently is easy enough to play with a gigantic fork. Maybe that’s why they […]

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TesseracT Unveil New Singer

Posted by on September 25, 2012

Is there any genre where the vocalist matters less than djent? That’s not to take away from the singers – they’re all really good, melodic and powerful vocalists, but given that many of the semi-genre’s fans are more excited about guitar tones and rhythms than singers, it’s not that big of a surprise that there […]

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