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Air Review: Dragan Jakovljevic - Guitar, BGV's, Percussion Douglas Hale - Vocals, piano, Guitar Richard Carpenter - Guitar, BGV's, Keys, Percussion Jeff Taylor - Bass, BGV's Justin Robinson - Drums Air Review is a Dallas quintet. They played their first show in May of 2009. Their dynamic, versatile, and energetic live shows have landed them primary support slots for an eclectic group of acts including Portugal. The Man, The Boxer Rebellion, and One Eskimo. Air Review has a knack for engaging melodies that has turned heads around the world and secured licensing opportunities with the International Olympic Committee and Levi's. Their forthcoming EP, America's Son, promises to further establish Air Review as a sonically diverse and ambitious act that stands to break out in a major way in 2012, simply by staying the course it has already set. The title track, America's Son, Low Wishes, and Waiting Lessons have received international acclaim from the blogosphere including features on CMJ, The Huffington Post, Said the Gramophone, Indie Rock Cafe, Pretty Much Amazing, We All Want Someone to Shout For, The Music Ninja, 32ft/second, The Ruckus, Those Who Dig, Indie Music Filter, Speakers in Code and numerous more. INDIE ROCK CAFE - 2011 BEST NEW RELEASES Earlier this year, we featured an advance single from the Dallas band Air Review, and the track received a good response. The band’s music is masterfully composed, performed and produced indie folk pop, as clearly demonstrated on the splendid track, “America’s Son.” In fact, it’s one of our favorite Rarely Heard Songs of 2011 (that series will also be coming out soon; browse past posts). We included both tracks the band sent us from their LP, America’s Son, which was officially released on Nov. 1st. Without hesitation, Air Review are a band to watch in 2012. Having previously opened for bands like Bowling for Soup, Blue October, Boxer Rebellion and One Eskimo, and after making a name for themselves in the Dallas-Forth Worth area, it’s beyond us to explain why they haven’t received a record deal yet. Perhaps they have, and they turned it down, but when we listened to these tracks for the first time, and the whole album afterwards, it simply did not make sense that a label wouldn’t have signed Air Review by now. Air Review is just another example of what we always say – there are ten times as many fantastically talented and incredibly promising bands, that are DIY and flying under the radar, than there are popular ‘indie’ and alternative rock bands that are drooled over in some mainstream ‘indie’ blogs and music sites. The second single, “Low Wishes” is unmistakably upbeat, uplifting indie pop song, complete with magnificent choruses – the kind of song that you might want to play if you need a quick shot of inspiration. If we were a label, we’d probably sign this band. In 2009, the band released their debut album, Landmarks. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.