Put Hip Hop, Reggae, awesome Metal Guitars and Bass lines, a bit of 311 + Limp Bizkit + Video Game Culture, graphic design, New York City Urban Culture from a group of talented artsts with a disregard for the rules and you have yourself one hell of a band called Shinobi Ninja.Read More
Lightning’s usually surprising and terrifying, but not if it delivers a bout of surprisingly good tunes.
That’s what up-and-coming country songstress Tamara Laurel did on her debut EP last year, “Lightning.” A quick run-through on the 5-track collection gives one the impression that this might be a major label release, but it isn’t; production quality was simply superb.Read More
Europe isn’t an attraction for nothing; it’s bundled with lots of musical wonders!
Beyond the exquisite sceneries of Prague, the Czech Republic has one more secret weapon in store: Thoola. The alternative band made a big risk by making an all-English record (this one), but now reaps the rewards via rave reviews. Yey!Read More
Here’s a new bunch that promises to get under your ‘SKINN.
Led by Kimmii Adorea Heart on vocals, seasoned band Reality Suite stuns in their full-length release, “SKINN,” which culls the brand of rock by recent acts Orianthi, Halestorm, and I dare say, THE Courtney Love.Read More
A British duo ushers the ‘new year’ in a slightly somber tone.
The twosome, composed of Robert Stevenson for vocals and piano and Spencer Walker for drums, has recently released an underrated pop-rock gem of an EP (“New Year“), and they’re making the magic last longer with a free acoustic edition of the whole thing.Read More
Pangalatic is a band from New Haven, Connecticut. All songs are written and performed by Josh Coppola (guitar), Dan Steele (bass), and Spencer O’Doy (drums). They compose atmospheric sounds, where it’s important not only to listen to the music, but think about it and feel it.Read More
Who said ‘lofty’ goals are too ambitious for their own good?
Toronto-based band shy kids — composed of Walter, Matt, and Patrick — flit among different indie pop sensibilities and excel seamlessly. No one can say that they aren’t cut out for shoegaze, alt-pop, or whatever type there is, since their newest album is another proof.Read More