Who: Air Circus What: Alternative rock Why: It’s always a good time when Air Circus is playing. If my neighbors weren’t watching me out in the garden, I might bust a move out there. They’ve seen me in my pajamas so there’s nothing left to lose. It could be my own little garden party withContinue reading “Meet and Greet: Air Circus”
Who: The Warning of Monterrey, Mexico. Band members are three sisters: Daniela, Paulina and Alejandra Villarreal What: alternative rock Why: They are very young and talented. It will be interesting to see how they grow as musicians. Where: https://www.thewarningband.com/ https://twitter.com/TheWarningBand2?s=20 http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/?m=1
Who: Black Mirrors of Brussels. Marcella Di Troia – VocalsPierre Lateur – GuitarsLoïc Videtta – BassPaul Moreau – Drums What: Their style is alternative/blues rock. Their sound has more depth than can be put into words. Why: You probably need some music that will melt your face off – not literally, of course. Where: https://www.facebook.com/blackmirrorsmusic/
Los Angeles alt-rock band, New Language, is following the rules by staying home. It’s for your safety as well as theirs. While they’ve been home, New Language has made a new video for you guys to watch. It’s called, “No Time.” Most of us have more time on our hands than usual. So you willContinue reading “Flawless Friday Video: New Language”
Today on the blog, we are welcoming LifeCycle of New Jersey. There is another band called Lifecycle; however, they are from London and play alternative/tribal music. The LifeCycle that we are interviewing is definitely rock and roll. Let’s find out more about LifeCycle, shall we? Who is answering the questions? Scott Pustilnick – Bass GuitarContinue reading “Interview with . . . LifeCycle”
The new album, Seethe, from Blame Zeus is rockin’ from the start until the end. It’s one of the albums that I want to turn the volume up and wake up the teenagers. By the end of the month, they will also probably know the words to “The Obsession Lullaby” and “How to Successfully Implode.”Continue reading “Sleep Deprived Music Review: Blame Zeus”
Who: Underwing of Arendal, Norway What: They describe their music as progressive grunge. They just released a cover of “The Pot.” Where: You can find the song in all of the usual places. Spotify, iTunes Why: I mean, why not. It might be your new favorite old song.