Encompassing contrast of both the scenic and sonic, Tony Venuto takes listeners through a fresh realm of indie alternative expression, for the album City and Sand.
“The art and music we make together is immeasurable in comparison to our solo work – when we work together, we do not just collaborate, we become one, we become one mind, one person, one band, and the song we are making.”
Stylishly creative, conceptually evocative and all-round immersive to explore, Birds Aren’t Real features five captivating originals, devoted to a self-defined introspective on today’s world.
Introducing a strong rock groove to guide us into the latest post-punk political injection from The Refusers – Propaganda delves into topics of conspiracy, fake news and misinformation.
Atmospheric intentions meet with the basement-rock edge of a simpler era, as The Bloodstreams craft their heavily rhythmic and conceptually unsettling single The Knife.
Contrasting dreamy guitar arrangements and optimistic grooves with a passionately gritty, distorted vocal devotion, Bangor Transit Authority delve fearlessly into heartbreak and loss.
Heavy distortion and grit unite with hauntingly delicate vocals and shoegaze overtones, throughout the catchy and provocative rock force that is MIRROR.
Aptly-titled and immediately uplifting for its strong groove and the sheer crash of those live drums – The Rhythm Bullies offer up a two-track EP that’s quick to set the mood.
Introducing a project with story and depth intertwined amidst the profoundness of poetry and the creative freedom of artistically-driven rock.
With how strong the influence of music from the eighties has been over the years, it is not much of a surprise when people release new music that contains a style that truly feels like something that would have been around several decades ago.