Alternative rock duos are few and far between these days, especially when the members are sisters. Matrixx of Domination are here to flip the alt-rock genre on its head with their single “One Shot.”
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Alternative and Soul aren’t exactly two genres that go together in a world where pop merges with hip-hop and blues melds into rock. But Fudakochi has brought the two together on his EP “Sounds From Alternative.”
It’s more than apparent that The Como Brothers are present-day young men who were raised on a large dose of what some call “The Standards.” In an interview with celebmix.com, Andrew Como divulges that the first song he remembers hearing is a Beatles rendition of Twist and Shout. In the same interview, he also says […]
It’s spontaneous yet subdued. It’s thematic and filled with meaning. At the same time, it’s outwardly more humorous than literal. It’s artistically multi-faceted and in bulk is the end result of a lot of partying. It’s Psychocide’s music.
Musical duos are few and far between these days, with the White Stripes being the torchbearers for years before calling it quits in 2011. Now the self described “Anthem Rock” duo Vista are here with a new single called “Henchmen” to show you can get a lot done with just two people.
What. A. Gem. Sigrid’s single Don’t Kill My Vibe is a killer pop anthem, especially for a debut single. It will definitely be an ear worm that is going to get overplayed on your local pop radio station, though, so enjoy it while you can.
I had to fight the urge not to write this entire review in caps. I’m so unbelievably fired up about this song/video that I felt the only way to convey that was to type in caps lock and an abundance of fire emojis. I won’t do that though, because no one wants to feel like […]
London based four-piece, Matinee, released their single Satellite back in October. Luigi Tiberio (vocals, synth and guitar), Alfredo Ioannone (vocals and bass), Giuseppe Cantoli (guitars) and Alessio Palizzi (drums) are the four dudes responsible for The Killers-sounding track. They’re also Italian, if you couldn’t guess.
While Clark’s Secret Identity has too few releases under its belt to be considered prolific, I will say that there was little wait (exactly 12 months) between the release of the debut EP and the release of the debut album. Hell, the band played its first live show this past April. The stylistically ambiguous Pennsylvania […]