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New LP, 1990, Review

We were ecstatic to review the latest LP release from Blacklite District, we’ve been fans of them for a while. The first song on the LP is “Gotta Get Outta Here” a song I first herd debut on Octane and liked what I heard. After receiving the LP “1990” I sat down and put on the headphones to give it an objective listen. The LP is a definite change from their last couple of albums, it is a very guitar heavy rock driven songs like “Someone was out there “and “This is where it Ends”. “Room 23” and “Back into Darkness” are songs with a catchy groove to them along with “My way out”. I can for sure see any of these on the radio. “Preach to the Choir” is by far the heaviest song on the LP it has a little Parkway Drive feel to it.  Two of the songs had a change of pace to them “Thank You “and “Clear Skies” both have a witty ballad feel. I’ve listened to “1990” a few times now and each time I hear something different that makes me want to play it again.  Make sure to pick up a copy and listen to it for yourself.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 J Roc


November 19, 2021 – South Dakota-based rock artist KYLE PFEIFFER, better known by the name BLACKLITE DISTRICT has released the official music video for his newest single, “Gotta Get Outta Here.” Shot and edited by Clinton Cunanan of Mirage M’hal, LLC, “Gotta Get Outta Here” is the first single off of the artist’s upcoming LP, 1990, which is due to release 12/31/2021. Leaning heavily into his rock roots, “Gotta Get Outta Here” originally premiered on Metal Insider, it’s no surprise that it quickly drew over 220,000 streams on the video alone.

“The response to ‘Gotta Get Outta Here’ has absolutely blown my mind. First and foremost, I have to give the biggest shoutout to my fanbase for all of their support. I wouldn’t be where I am today without them, and I certainly wouldn’t have this new album coming out. It feels good to get things to a point where you can create art for yourself and your fans, without having to worry about commercial performance. That’s what recording 1990 was all about.” – KYLE PFEIFFER

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