Saturna’s Pop Rocks: The Last Pop Song? July 5, 2007Posted by Ryan in ...All Night, Saturna, Some Delicious Enemy.
Saturna is excited to have appeared in another German blog. This time its a blog called The Last Pop Song where they compare Some Delicious Enemy to a cross between BRMC, Ride and Chapterhouse. If you read German please let me know what “psychedelischen Gitarrenschwelgereien” means, cause it sounds pretty interesting! Read the whole review here:http://thelastpopsong.blogspot.com/2007/07/saturna-fuzzy-pop-rocks.html
URB: …All Night with Saturna July 3, 2007Posted by Ryan in ...All Night, Saturna.
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URB Magazine has joined the digital age and developed a web portion of the print magazine. Saturna is pleased that URB has reviewed the “…All Night” EP, a precursor to the newly released Some Delicious Enemy. URB says, “The breadth and variety of Saturna’s musical inclinations is as various and harmonious as a beachscape in black clothes. ” Read the whole elequent review here: http://www.urb.com/promotions/next1000/profile.php?BandId=145
In the UK, Skidmark Independent music has also reviewed the “…All Night” EP calling it a roller coaster of “Cosmic bliss pop masterpieces. A recommended purchase for the difinitive indie collection.” Check out the review in its entirety here: http://www.skidmark.org/Index.htm?Features/CDreviews/Saturna/Al_Night1206/AN_Review.htm~mainFrame
Close Encounters of Saturna April 27, 2007Posted by Ryan in ...All Night, Saturna, Some Delicious Enemy, Spain, Switzerland.
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Saturna is pleased that #1 Hits From Another Planet has written up Saturna. They particularly liked Just For Thrills and interestingly enough said it reminded them of what Snow Patrol would sound like if they were “amped up”.
A secret MP3 blog from Spain, A Silent Room, has posted some Saturna songs from Some Delicious Enemy.