Creating gorgeous alt-country melodies with its own style and pace, Killing Days by American Thread is like a good old friend ready to pour you a drink.
Killing Days is the debut album of the Boston-based band. Released last March 2013, the four-piece band presents us with 11 alternative americana with a kick of rock. The album was recorded with multi-instrumentalist/producer Steve Mayone.Read More
Think punk rock and Christmas music don’t mix? Boy Meets World are set to prove you skeptics wrong.
Not to be mistaken for the similarly-named 90′s sitcom, the five-piece band’s offerings are meant to push the dwindling alt genre back to relevance. This is a difficult feat, yes, but it may happen!Read More
Stop whatever you’re doing and listen to The Wyld‘s Abstract EP released last October.
The Wyld creates a new wave of sound by fusing opposing genres of hip-hop, ambient, and rock. This produces a body-shifting, almost spiritual music experience. With six tracks ready for download, this sampler is a great treat for those seeking a new kind of high.Read More
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