A lot can be said about Caspian’s music. That it is immense – you realize how music can be as big as the universe and the listener, a mere speck in it. That it is powerful – that instruments can go beyond what it is supposed to sound and surprise even the musician. That it is moving – even without words. All of these are on full display at the Live at Old South Church album.Read More
Described by another band Bad Suns as “gypsy hippies, but metropolitan techie hi-fi nerd guys,” Kiev is making the rounds in the music industry. With their Kiev EP, the band, which has been around since 2007, is displaying their still evolving sound with the hopes of finding the right place where they can finally set their roots.Read More
Starting off with a song that will surely leave you stomping your feet, Futurelight’s EP is the type of musical package that keeps it short and sweet yet satisfying. With the band’s music being described as a mix between The Who, Arctic Monkeys and Franz Ferdinand, it is not hard to imagine the band playing in big arenas with the kind of sound they are carrying.Read More
Revamp your playlist with some fresh rock Americana crafted by the six-piece brotherhood from Knoxville, Tennessee—The Dirty Guv’nahs. Independently released in March 2014, Hearts on Fire is a big stepping stone for what Boston Globe refers to as “a fiercely soulful band.” The hefty eleven-track collection made waves as it hit no.1 on the Billboard New Artist Chart, a feat only a few newcomers can achieve. Read More
Don’t be fooled by The Sorry Shop, the band really doesn’t have anything to be sorry about. Bloody, Fuzzy, Cozy is a brilliant record that showers listeners with fuzzy guitars, hazy vocals and a catchiness you’ll only find in most 90s college rock bands.