Silo Halo's "Blackout Transmission" has received some very kind words in The Revue. Here's a sample:
"Where the band excels is on tracks that have a pop tinge to the songs along with the brooding, melodic indie rock, such as on “Urban Canyons & Beginnings” and “Pinhole Camera”...The band does not write songs about the usual things, but instead tell stories about things we may not even consider. Take for example “Rosalind”...a song that uses the sun as a metaphor for losing hope, and the fuzzy, airy guitars add to the effect of sunbursts exploding around you."
Read the full review here!