Tag Archives: meet and greet

Meet and Greet: The Venomous Pinks

The Venomous Pinks

Who: The Venomous Pinks of Tempe, Arizona

Drea Doll. Gaby Kaos. Cassie Jalilie.

What: Punk Rock

Why: You would be missing out if you missed out on The Venomous Pinks. So check them out and avoid FOMO.

Where:

Facebook

Twitter

Meet and Greet: Lilly Hiatt

Lilly Hiatt

Who: Lilly Hiatt of Nashville, Tennessee

What: She calls her genre “punktry.” Punk, country with a dash of folk. Hiatt has a pretty new album, Walking Proof.

Why: Imagine if Dolly Parton had a daughter that was a punk rocker.

Where: Facebook

Twitter

Instagram

Meet and Greet: Air Circus

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 with Air Circus.

Where:

Facebook

Bandcamp

Instagram

Flyboy

Meet and Greet: Gardening, Not Architecture

Who: Gardening, Not Architecture

What: Their Facebook description says “Melodic, bittersweet songs with punk rock soul.”

Why: See above. If that’s not enough, they have been raising money for a tornado relief fund for the people of Nashville. The date of the tornadoes was March 2-3, 2020.

Official Website – gardeningnotarchitecture.com

Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/artist/2EYiQaeGXkR0x0geYW2UzA

Bandcamp – http://gardeningnotarchitecture.bandcamp.com

facebook.com/gardeningnotarchitecture

instagram.com/gardeningnotarchitecture

twitter.com/GNAtweets

Meet and greet: Yard of Blondes

Yard of Blondes

Who: Yard of Blondes, formerly of France, currently of the California desert. The band members are Vince, Fanny, Burak and Forrest.

What: They will be releasing an album, Feed the Moon, very soon. In the meantime, you can listen to the single, “Lowland.”

Why:

Where:

Twitter

Instagram

Linktree

Meet and Greet: Hallows

Hallows on Spotify

Who: Hallows of Seattle via Minneapolis/St.Paul

What:

They are releasing a new song, “Subtle.”

Why:

Because you need music for the rave that you are going to have in your basement.

Where:

Keep up with HALLOWS
Facebook | Bandcamp | Instagram | Soundcloud | Spotify | Apple Music | Booking contact | Press contact

Meet and Greet: Bite me Bambi

Who: Bite Me Bambi of Orange County, California

What: They are a ska/punk band. Oh my glob. I love ska/punk bands so I’m stoked to tell you about Bite Me Bambi.

Why: Listen to them because they are awesome.

Where:

www.instagram.com/bitemebambi

www.facebook.com/BMBSkaBand

www.youtube.com/channel/UCbqBe668vbrZKd65rfzK81A

Meet and Greet: Altostratus

Altostratus

Who: Altostratus, instrumental progressive rock band from the UK.

What: They have a new album, “Complete the Connection.”

Why:

Guitarist Alex Hek says, “We spent a large portion of the writing process making sure that the pace of the record as a whole worked from start to finish, and that every song has its own identity. It features our heaviest parts to date, as well as a grander, almost post-rock feel throughout.
We paid close attention to what every chord says and how every section feels. Its taken us this long to release as no compromises have been made in regards to composition, and we have spent countless hours discussing very minor details. This has accumulated to create a very nuanced, dynamic – and what we believe to be – epic piece of music.”

Where

Twitter: @altostratusuk

IG:@altostratusband

YouTube: youtube.com/altostratus

Meet and Greet: The Banshees

The Banshees

Who: The Banshees

What: They have a new single out called “It’s Alright.”

Why: The new single, “It’s Alright”, was inspired by the people in our lives who think they know you but at the same time, they just can’t work you out. They wait until the most creative moments to get in your head and make you second-guess what it is you are doing. Not to mention – they have the worst sense of timing. We all have those people we love or care about in our lives. How can we have it all without sacrificing or hurting others in the process? We figure it out and make it all happen – so, It’s Alright.

Where:

Connect & follow THE BANSHEES:

 WEBSITE ||  SPOTIFY || YOUTUBE || INSTAGRAM || TWITTER

FACEBOOK || APPLE MUSIC

Meet and Greet: Sprints

Who: Sprints – comprised of Karla Chubb, Colm O’Reilly, Sam McCann and Jack Callan

What: The band’s third single “Kissing Practice” is available now.

Why:

Notes from the songwriter on ‘Kissing Practice’:
The mundanity and monotony of everyday life is the real driving force behind the track. I always joke that I seem to be in this state of constant existential crisis. Some people know exactly what they want out of life, they’re happy having a routine or a rinse and repeat process to everyday life. Whereas I struggle a lot of the time to see what the point of it all is,
sitting back and just thinking ‘There has to be more to life than this’. I wanted there to be a clear juxtaposition between this high energy fast tempo song rhythmically and the mundanity of routine and repetition, which is also reflected lyrically then too.

Where:

Spotify

www.instagram.com/sprintsmusic

www.sprintsmusic.com

www.facebook.com/sprintsmusic

www.soundcloud.com/sprintsmusic

www.twitter.com/sprintsmusic