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Twisted's Top 10 of 2016!
January 04, 2017

Twisted's Top 10 of 2016!

Hey Everybody! Every now and again I get around to writing a thing. I most certainly…
wrapping up 2016 - best of icepicks and a glance at 2017
January 03, 2017

wrapping up 2016 - best of icepicks and a glance at 2017

we don't have an official "Renegade Radio" award ceremony and that's one thing we're looking…
An Evening with Patrick Kennison
December 04, 2016

An Evening with Patrick Kennison

Most of us go through high school without a clear path ahead but with any…
Why Your Band Gets Looked Over
December 01, 2016

Why Your Band Gets Looked Over

We are into our 2nd run working with Reverb Nation in finding new artists to play…
Tyketto - Reach
November 25, 2016

Tyketto - Reach

Timing is everything. As cliché as that sounds, it’s true. Looking back on the 80s it’s…
The Twisted One Returns
October 31, 2016

The Twisted One Returns

I've been working with RenegadeRadio.net now for a bit over 9 years now, in one…
Heaven Below - Good Morning Apocalypse
October 22, 2016

Heaven Below - Good Morning Apocalypse

Concept albums are far from new. Most fall short of any individual goal to tell…
falling in love with violet janine
October 19, 2016

falling in love with violet janine

One of the best things about music is it lets you fall. in this case…

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icepicks for february - gone for days, self titled

icepicks for february - gone for days, self titled
these days where i find music blurs. label services, itunes, reverbnation contests, and just random submissions to our review process are all ways we come across music, so sometimes it can sit on the back burner and wait. recently while putting together the new stream we'll have up and going at the first of the month, i started listening to more and more "gone for days". guilty pleasure. that's the song. a bit rough on the vocals to fit the style of play, gone for days is pretty removed from "cookie cutter" type music, outside of just being good rock and roll in a time when it's needed most. i...
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icepicks january - the temperance movement reviewed

icepicks january - the temperance movement reviewed
white bear by the temperance movement - someone say capture the 70s? the younger crowd will simply fall for a good sound. the older crowd will be taken back to yesterday when music was a touch raw, had an edge that pulled you into feeling and in a way, set you free from whatever it was you were doing just minutes before that song started. in this case get yourself free is kinda where i ripped off that quote.  :) there is a sense of honesty that other bands have tried to pull off over the years but can't always get away with for one reason or another. in this case the temperance movem...
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wrapping up 2016 - best of icepicks and a glance at 2017

wrapping up 2016 - best of icepicks and a glance at 2017
we don't have an official "Renegade Radio" award ceremony and that's one thing we're looking at for this coming year but i'll get to that later. for now i'd just like to go over my best of "best of" so to speak and just call out the ones who i keep going back to time and time through the year. until the last, these are in no specific order. the last of course will be my "best of 2016" but again - i get ahead of myself. :) first up is decembers winner, hell or highwater. my initial high has leveled off some and perhaps come back to earth a touch overall, but there are simply some bad ass songs ...
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icepicks december, hell or highwater

i wish you were here for days like thesebut you saw all the world gave you to seesomtimes life just slips awayso shed a tear for the deadremember the legacy they leftfor the time we have left remember the life and not the death i had a lot already written and so close to saying everything i had to say about the band. then this song came on, "remember the life and not the death" and given how this year has taken a toll on our own musical heros and our own personal losses that can never be replaced, everything about this song just made me fall in love with music and my own memories all over...
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icepicks for september - stone and moxie and the influence

first up - STONE formed in 2010, this band out of philadelphia is certainly one to keep an eye on. Somewhere along the line a song has a way of getting personal. New song, new band, but out of the blue it’s 1970-something and it just got real. When listening to STONEs song “you made a promise” it just felt like a brand new yesterday. A touch raw, very emotional, you know. Personal. Certainly looking forward to more from these guys and guys, if you have a facebook page let me know! not found one anywhere but that's ok - you can check them out here - STONE.   Vocals, Guitar / Johnny Ju...
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Popular News and Reviews

iceberg
16 August 2016
“I was stylin’ and profilin’ in elementary school, and knew what I wanted to do with my life when I was six years old.” said Joey C Jones, kicking back with his feet propped up when asked how it all b...
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iceberg
04 December 2016
Most of us go through high school without a clear path ahead but with any luck, some questions answered about what we’d like to do with our time and life. Then again, some people just know early on an...
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Jemini
09 June 2015
"Do you have a flag?" ... "No flag, no country!  You can't have one!" ... "Those are the rules that I've just made up!" During the Age of Exploration (late 1400s to at leas...
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iceberg
16 November 2015
Whenever you start quoting latin, you know you’re quoting some old OLD verbiage. This statement in fact is found in Book 3 of Latin author Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus tract De Re Militari, alth...
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Guest
18 July 2015
Attention comic readers! It's completely possible that the combination of the Marvel comic realities could be a disaster.  Using my favorite childhood comic Spider-Man as an example, he had at ...
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