“Thunder In The City” is a cheery, poppy new track that I cannot unstick from that tiny little space between my ears. It’s a distinctive synth-driven single that’s just as catchy as hell, and if this track finds it’s way onto radio, it’s destined to explode on the Alternative rock scene.
Philadelphia’s MANWOMANCHILD release their stylistic new album Awkward Island today, and it’s a creative new offering definitely worth a listen for fans of Indie Rock.
Rock music has long been the genre of epic road trips: top down, wind in your hair, thrashing guitars pumping from the speakers. So, as summer gets closer and more and more of us pack up our trunk and hit the tarmac, having the right music to get you through the journey is essential.
Ever since Welcome To Rockville last month, I’ve been living off of a vicious nonstop dose of heavy rock ‘n roll – time for me to give my throbbing eardrums a break with something a little more melodic. Enter Astronomique and their new single, “The Shape You Take.”
Dru Cutler Interview with RARA’s Farm at FMF 2016
At this year’s Florida Music Festival, I met a slew of talented new bands, most of them from the Sunshine State, but my favorite new discovery was Dru Cutler, a hard-working talent from Brooklyn, NY.
Day One of the 2016 Florida Music Festival is in the books, and once again the producers of the festival have put together an entertaining and diverse line-up. I love attending festivals like FMF and discovering new music and on Thursday night, I discovered two excellent new acts, and had the opportunity to see a few old favorites, and I’m looking froward to two more killer nights of free live music!
My InBox was recently gifted with a fantastic new song from Indie rocker Terence Jack. I know it’s only the Spring, but “Eastern Rise” is quite possibly the song of the year thus far in 2016.
My true appreciation for rock music started as a late night DJ on an alternative rock college station. Until that time, I was your typical teenage fan of 80’s hair bands – that music was good stuff at the time, but the music I discovered dripping through my headphones each night was something special. The music that grabbed my attention back then wasn’t beautifully polished, but instead raw and passionate, and just a little bit dirty.
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