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The Fray—How To Save A Life

If heartfelt lyrics coupled with a slow piano ballad is your idea of a good song, then The Fray might just become your favourite band. Here’s a look at their debut, considered by many to be as fine an entry as possible.

Godfathers of Grunge—The Story of Soundgarden

In this article, we reflect on the illustrious career of Soundgarden, the band who took the throne of grunge royalty right alongside Nirvana, and carried on the baton following Kurt’s demise. With a vast discography spanning six albums, each bringing something unique to the table, it was arguably their ‘90s releases that produced the most unforgettable classics.

Seafret—Tell Me It’s Real [Finely Tuned]

The British pop duo, Seafret, burst into the acoustic music scene with their debut full-length album ‘Tell Me It’s Real’ in 2016. The band quickly took over the indie pop music scene with their soft, passionate, and earnest music that never fails to strike a chord with the listener. Here’s a look at their debut album and all the soulful music they have to offer.

LIИKIИ PARK—Reanimation [Finely Tuned]

Caught in the timeline between two landmark old-school Linkin Park albums, ‘Reanimation’ is a gem in their discography that often goes overlooked. On the occasion of Mike Shinoda’s birthday, Finely Tuned looks back at the hip-hop side of LP’s rap metal era.

Slayer—Reign in Blood [Finely Tuned]

Bay Area thrash lords Slayer announced their farewell tour earlier this week, breaking the hearts of millions who grew up listening to them. Join us in this week’s Finely Tuned, as we pay homage to the band that paved the way for the more extreme side of thrash metal, inspiring countless greats to follow in their footsteps.

Temples — Sun Structures [Finely Tuned]

When Temples broke into the music scene in 2012, people were unprepared and unsure about what hit them. With their debut album, Sun Structures, the band has accomplished the perfect blend of new-age retro and vintage psychedelic rock, with woeful lyrics, thudding bass lines, and melancholic guitars. Here’s our take on their music.

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