Sick of the songs on the radio? Misser’s new album “Every Day I Tell Myself I’m Going to Be a Better Person” is a refreshing breath of fresh air in the midst of a plethora of poppy trash and a musical era dominated by auto-tune and a lack of talent
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Featuring a wistful fusion of indie-rock with synthpop, “Plushgun,” has recently grown to prominence with their addictive indie-synth sound, riddled with nostalgic lyrics and youthful vocals.
Meet Tiger High, a foursome consisting of Greg Roberson, Jake Vest, Toby Vest and Greg Faison all hailing from the music mecca of Memphis, Tennessee. These guys have tremendous talent and aren't afraid to step outside the realm of typical rock
Lately, the rain's rolled in to the west coast. Start the car, turn on the wipers, and roll down the rainy road. It's pouring out and there is no end in site. There isn't a sinner's chance in hell that you will be skating on those rainy days. Instead put on some music and get lost on unknown mountain roads looking for the next perfect spot
With some sprinklings of pop flavoring over a nice, saucy coating of Smashing Pumpkins grunge, and spicy, electrifying guitar solos, this trio hailing from London keeps British pop rock fresh, but with a raw grunge punk core to give your refined music palette a kick
Pop music......At long last, it seems that we have finally found an area the Canadians have bested us Americans in. We may feel superior in many ways, but we also currently have a song called “Rack City” on our Billboard Top 10. Canukistan, on the other hand, is giving air time to a group called Said The Whale.
"While it's great to hear musicians avoiding pitch correction to instead honestly portray themselves, this can also occasionally remind us of why pitch correction was invented in the first place."
Nothing says I Love You more than getting your valentines day groove on while rocking out to the fresh new release from Ticktockman, slated to drop one week today
Nine years ago The Jealous Sound released “Kill Them With Kindness,” an album that was deservedly named one of the best of 2003. As has been shown throughout the years however, crafting a successor to well-received first release can prove to be very difficult. This was demonstrated in the less-than-stellar 2005 follow-up EP, “Got Friends.” Shortly thereafter, TJS took an
The 90′s are back in style, so in honor of that, I’ve got something for your ear buds to taste, savor, and digest. Your new favorite band to space out and relax to: that’s who this is. Meet Soul Coughing. They’re an experimental cult band who did their music thing from ’95 to 2000. Maybe you’ve heard of them before,