Oakland alt-rockers The Angry Toons delve into the creative abyss, with their intense and stylistically limitless new album Toonomincon.
As indicated over on Bandcamp, ‘When words leave off, music begins…’. This fact is celebrated throughout the hypnotic multi-layered embrace of an instrumental No Escape.
Saxophone proves a likable calling card, a constant trait that KJFocus has mastered to a blissfully consuming level.
Man-E Man’s latest EP offers three original tracks designed and daring to take on 2020 with absolute style and confidence.
The ultimate big finish, guitar solo and outburst included, wraps things up in a stylish, intentional, Bond-esque manner. Great work.
There’s intrigue and power in choosing to step through the chaos and to, quite simply, be exactly who you really are. Posner highlights this well both lyrically and in terms of the rising strength and appeal of the music.
Released on international women’s day of this year, Supernova deals with relationship trauma head on – showcasing the abused directly addressing their abuser, and paying a mighty tribute to the me too movement of recent years.
There’s an inherent connection between the voice and the words expressed by it, which seems like a simple touch but it’s something often lacking in modern pop – it’s also something that can’t really effectively be faked.
An opportunity to meet, hear excerpts from the book Thoughts of a Common Man, purchase signed copies, and enjoy a performance from ‘Eye’z’.