Watch Anthony Vincent Cover The Killers In The Style Of Nirvana, Smashing Pumpkins, Prince, Andrew W.K. And More!

The incredible Anthony Vincent has done it again! Through his YouTube channel 10 Second Songs, he has covered The Killers’ ‘Mr. Brightside’ in 15 Styles. The popular YouTuber tackles the modern rock jam in the styles of bands like Coheed + Cambria, Ninja Sex Party, Smashing Pumpkins, Prince, Andrew W.K., Backstreet Boys, Nirvana, Toto and more. Check it out and remember to Subscribe to the channel if you dig what you hear! Continue reading

Diatessaron – Sunshine


Despite being a new name on the tongues of many a prog fan, Canadians Diatessaron have in actual fact been an active unit since 2007. That it has taken 8 years to get to their full length debut overlooks their numerous EPs and the member’s parts in an absolute bucket load of other projects. Now that the debut Sunshine (self-released) has seen the light of day, the mammoth ambitions of this quintet are clearly evident.

Rather than a pure rehash of prog’s past, Sunshine shows influence and likeness to Coheed & Cambria as much as the quirkiness and colour of the likes of Genesis, with a masses of technicality and dexterity. The moniker (named after the 3 track centre piece to the album) suggests images of happiness and joy, and musically on the surface this sounds bouncy and almost care-free; lending itself as much to power pop hooks as it does to prog. Beneath this exterior, however, is a darker underbelly, with lyrical themes proving more depressive and morose than the music would have you believe.

Coming from a rich diversity of influences, Sunshine is a rich and layered effort, with unpredictable twists and turns throughout which will please even the most ardent of prog fans. This ambitious effort aims at matching the complexity of prog with some pop immediacy and catchiness, and it begins to live up to these expectations. At times the disjointed songwriting process does reveal itself as its flow doesn’t always feel organic or sensical, but aside from this Sunshine proves a very strong effort for a debut (albeit one with some experience and pedigree).

There is much to take from this, but also plenty for the band themselves to fine tune and grow in to.





[amazon asin=B011XQ6YYK&template=iframe image1]