Swerve is a new band out of Los Angeles with a cozy resemblance to Gin Blossoms and they’ve just released the first single off of their forthcoming EP, and “Aw Hell” is definitely worthy of a quick spin or twelve.
Last Sunday, Will’s Pub demonstrated just why they’ve become such an important part of the Orlando rock music scene as they celebrated twenty years of memorable rock ‘n roll in their cozy Mills Avenue venue.
The Mowgli’s exploded onto the Alt-Rock scene a few years ago with the exceptionally likeable and addictive “San Francisco.” Since then, they’ve released two full-length albums crammed full of upbeat, positive vibes and exceptional harmonies.
They’re an Australian trio with a distinct Midwestern USA accent and an uncanny similarity to the Doors – Meet Doctor Goffard.
Short Skirts are our favorite Norway pop punk rockers… okay, so maybe the only Norwegian punk rockers on our radar, but that doesn’t diminish how damn fun their new song is. Check out their video for “I Like It Short” to grab just a little taste.
TSO Announces Holiday Tour
Yeah, for rock purists, they might be considered a bit of a gimmick… we get it, but Trans-Siberian Orchestra are also a bunch of madly talented musicians, who consistently deliver a powerful visual and sonic experience that’s well worth the ticket price.
Carbon Leaf News
Richmond, Virginia rockers, Carbon Leaf have done it again, as they are set to release the re-imagining of their 2006 release Love Loss Hope Repeat on August 3rd with their new album Love Love Hope Repeat Reneaux (LLHRR). This re-recording follows the band’s successful approach with Indian Summer Revisited last summer.
The Rightovers – Album Review
“…Holmes’ lyrics sing of an easy drive through a Utah highway, spinning vinyls…”
At first listen the 10-song LP release Blue Blood from The Rightovers is an easy piece of music to get on board with. Within an 8 second intro, as the first track “Valerie” scratches into your speakers, you know this album will take you to a warmer place; a back porch, a swing with your toes in the sand, where everything bears a soft tint of yellow. After that first hook a simple, melodic beat and even vocals take you through “Valerie” and bring you to my favorite track on the album. Already you want to take this album out of your Monday-night kitchen and into Saturday’s backyard bonfire.