You know how they say a friend of a friend is a friend? It’s the same thing with music, much of the time. After listening to a few bands that received Jim Clements’ stamp of approval, I found one that I really enjoy. Red Orkestra is one of the finest indie rock bands I’ve heard in some damned time. I don’t attribute this fact to the notion that I don’t listen to enough music, but rather to the notion that Red Orkestra is indeed an excellent band. These selections cover a fair bit of musical range, from the catchy, uptempo Radio Towers to After The Wars, which reminds me very much of Collective Soul. In other words, they cover enough range to not bore you quickly, but not so much that you wonder just what in the heck is going on. It makes for a very pleasing musical experience, and one I’m glad I was able to partake in.


From Life With The Machines
Radio Towers – (MP3, 5.2 MB)
One By One – (MP3, 3.1 MB)

From After The Wars
Awake – (MP3, 4.1 MB)
After The Wars – (MP3, 5 MB)