Backed by a three-piece band, Shannon Wardrop delivers fresh, punchy melodies in her latest EP Medicine.
The 20-year-old singer/songwriter from the outskirts of London takes her inspiration from The Rolling Stones, Small Faces, Jefferson Aeroplane, and The Kinks. Released last June 2, 2013, Wardrop’s sounds enters a new dimension of alternative music with soft vocals and sharp arrangement.Read More
Lightning-quick sledgehammer banjo stylings and flame-throwing guitar mayhem form the backdrop of Live Laugh Love. Me and the City is an indie folk group that started as a one man project and eventually grown into four members. Band influences range from The Decemberist, Young the Giant, Rolling Stones, Adele, Mumford & Sons, and Dave Matthews Band.Read More
By now, the formula for a perfect pop-rock tune has been perfected (so much) that every new one feels all too generic.
This isn’t the case with Minor Motion, however, as they release their latest effort, Ins & Doubts, wherein they inject as much personality as they can to provide a new experience altogether.
If one mardi gras would be scored by a rock band (or even a metal one), it would probably lay some good music like those of Platypus Egg.
Formed in 2009, this five-piece act is an experimental rock band that peculiarly mixes rock music, funky fiesta rhythms, and occasional death growls.Read More
Pale Houses‘ self-titled album paints remarkable aural landscapes, making plenty of room for a thrilling sonic performance. Released last July 30, this four-track set showcases the skills of Ryan Rayborn (drums), Aaron Robinson (vocals, guitar), Joshua Hood (guitar, lap steel), and Aaron Yung (bass, guitar). The album also features Patrick Dampier on synths and noise.Read More