Psychocide vocalist/guitarist Goldwyn Thandrayen took time out of his daily routine to correspond with us about his band’s journey thus far, providing insight on how the album Alcohol and Bad Decisions came to be.
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It’s not always easy to dive into certain musical genres, especially if the type is loud, erratic, spacy or just plain odd. Some folks need a gateway artist for this sort of thing. For those looking to venture into the realm of Post Hardcore, Cold Summer is an ample act to start.
Robert Hunter is a Nashville based singer-songwriter and poet. The singer is due to release a new album, Afterglow, on February 24th. If you don’t know a whole lot about Hunter, I’d suggest giving his current stuff a listen to prep yourself for the upcoming release. His EP Outta My Mind does a great job […]
According to the Facebook bio, The Motel Pines’ name “represents an older motel in an area where nice new businesses are springing up all around it. Not being phased by all the revitalization, it has stayed true to its old-school vibe.” Drummer Mark Starling describes this as a fitting metaphor for his group because like […]
Drawing from the past and pushing the envelope of the future, The Chariot’s One Wing is rare. It is not only rare within its respective genre, but within the entirety of the music scene. Having followed Josh Scogin’s adventures since the Douglasville days, it is hard to define the man by one record. Still, this […]