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"indie cd reveiws"

the music rocks! its very cleanly produced,but real deep. Id characterize the sound as something between Tom Petty and Wilco.
- Tiffany


heavy on the guitars, and an attitude like the Beastie Boys doing rock. its all fun and its all put out in a way that makes you want to dance or throw things in a public place.
- Ben Ohmart - MusicDish (Oct 24, 2000)

"Renegade Newsletter"

Aquarius Blue Is the Brainchild of Eric Bilodeau who has successfully created a musical collective that has pumped out nine tracks of free form music that shows his various rock and folk influences. From the the celtic flute inspired meets Pearl Jam rocker "The Feast" to the laid back acoustic medley of "Michelles Song" to the Soul Asylum feel of "Alien Abduction". This massachusettes native shows many sides to his musical tastes and talents. Aquarius Blue is an adventurous progect made by an adventurous musical mind that mayconfuse and confound the average MTV consumer, but on the whole, should please all types of music lovers -


Solid song blends rock, pop, and roots. Singer has occasional shades of Tom Petty! - indiemusic

"Aquarius Blue makes melodic rock that somehow skirts easy categorization"

By Dan MacIntosh

Aquarius Blue illustrates its Forever Blue CD with the photo of a child sticking out his Blue Man Group-blue tongue. The music contained within is neither depressingly blue nor something akin to the blues, however. Instead, Aquarius Blue makes melodic rock that somehow skirts easy categorization.

This band doesn’t sidestep description via unusual instrumentation, however. In fact, much of the music on this 14-song offering is familiar and nearly predictable. But it’s not what they use, but how they use it, that makes Forever Blue so can’t-put-your-finger-on-it good.

Of course, a few of these songs are familiar in a quite pleasant way. For example, during “Rendezvous,” Eric Bilodeau – for all intents and purposes, Aquarius Blue – sings in a snotty, Stones-y tone. Then with “Los Banditos," the whole song takes on a Rolling Stones vibe. But there is also plenty of variety running through this recorded effort. The guitars on the aforementioned “Rendezvous” are more Peter Buck (REM) than Keith Richards. Yet a track called “Turn a Light On,” on the other hand, is slightly psychedelic.

Bilodeau’s best lyrics are the ones he put to “Certainly Unsure," which speaks about aging. It may even remind you of how Dylan once wrote: “I was so much older then, I’m younger than that now.” In this case, however, Bilodeau finds that the older he gets, the less self-assured he becomes. It’s true that the key to wisdom is realizing how much we do not know. Bilodeau is no longer so haughty as to think he has all of life figured out. The beauty in living is the ever-unfolding layers of life experience, anyhow.

“No Magic” is also a nice, moody track. Over a quiet rhythm section, Bilodeau lays down uncomplicated guitar rhythms to create an unsettling mood. Bilodeau sings this, as well as every song on the disc, with plenty of heart and soul. He makes rock & roll music, but performs his songs much like a folk troubadour.

Just don’t let a song title like “No Magic” lead you to believe there is no magic in Aquarius Blue’s music. Some of my favorite magicians are performers who can take tricks that seem overly familiar upon first glance, yet come off new and exciting before the bit is finished. Bilodeau is like that old school magician who hits the stage with a black hat and a few simple boxes atop a table. But as soon as he starts pulling colorful scarves out of his sleeves, you’re entranced as though this is something you’ve never even seen before.

Indie-Music Profile
- Indiemusic


Aquarius blue self titled release. aquarius Blue r-u-blue-2? second release. Aquarius Blue Forever Blue third release. all releases are available on most songs have an instrumental version available if needed. for more info.



Aquarius Blue is in large a band that the lineup changes from each release, except singer songwriter Eric Bilodeau. Shows have been performed and played on air and at venues In the northeast. Every time an album is considered the players are put together and the songs are recorded in a very fresh manner. We get some friends together and make an album. extensive play on college radio, positive reviews and non exclusive licensing to the Discovery Channel and Disney are a few notable accomplishments. music clips, news and reviews can be found at