Posts Tagged ‘rock’

Goodbye Playlist

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It seems like most people don’t value music as much as they did in the past. They act like they don’t need it or like they don’t care about it. A large part of that mentality is due to how easily accessible music is these days. If you want music, you can just reach out […]

PONCÉ – To Us, a Good Song is a Good Song

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What’s more adorable than twin brothers getting together to write tunes and make music? Probably not much, which is why I’m so into PONCÉ right now. The duo based in Nashville are a Americana-rock band creating lovely lyrics and catchy beats. They’ve been busy creating tunes for their new EP but I was lucky enough […]

The Singing Limbs – Mint

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Ever come home from a long day at work and all you want to do is flip on some tunes and kick back for a while? The Singing Limbs may have that solution for you with their EP “Mint.”

Psychocide Keep Things Interesting

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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.

Fudakochi – Sound

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“Soulternative” is a phrase not heard often in the music world, but thanks to Fudakochi’s latest EP “Sound,” that could change in the future.

Daniel Tortoledo – Dark Times

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I’m always amazed by a person’s songwriting ability. It doesn’t matter the genre. To me, songwriting is an astounding and baffling talent that’s ten times more amazing than any technology humans have developed. I’ve been trying to figure out how to piece together a complete song for years and I’ve always wondered where the ideas […]

Matrixx of Domination – One Shot

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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.”

The History Of Colour TV – Something Like Eternity

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The History Of Colour TV may sound like something you’ll see on a mildly interesting episode of “How It’s Made.” However, it’s not. In this instance, we’re talking about a much more ambiguous and non-linear subject. What we’re referencing in these lines is a band with that same name.

Wild Domestic – Singular

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An eight-track EP is a helluva way to kick down the door for your first major release in your career, and that’s exactly what alt-rocker Wild Domestic has done with his EP “Singular.”

Elasea – Breathe // Lesson Learnt

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Alt-rock band Elasea from the UK have come together to create tunes that are saturated with impressive riffs and satisfying vocals. The members of Elasea are basically a few guys and and a gal with rock and roll souls. This is clear in their music and their recent video for Breathe // Lesson Learnt – […]