Gary Dranow, the man behind featured singles here on the blog like Destiny Road and Sandy Beaches (part of his upcoming album "Never Give Up), has decided to step away from his usual Blues Rock / Hard Rock genres to begin a new adventure in the electronic music scene as Astralix.
MOVMENT have returned and this time with a heavy load of dark, sinister music aimed at the listener with the objective to make him/her realize the swift pace of life! We must live it to the fullest, never surrendering to the fatal traps of procrastination and nihilism.
Gentry Blue is a band from Nashville, TN, USA formed in 2018 by electric violinist and vocalist, Lydia Gentry-DeBonis, guitarist Brendan Gentry-DeBonis, and bassist Sean Jannay. With an eclectic range of influences to build their sound, from Rush and Jefferson Airplane to Fleetwood Mac, their evolving sound can be described as violin gothic rock with a touch of theatrics reminiscent of Muse and Ghost.
After a successful string of releases, the Polish duo When.in.Maine is now back with even more music. "C Song (Late Night in Maine) stands out more than its predecessors simply for the reason that it comes with some beautiful guest vocals by Danish singer Annerup.
Tom Minor keeps preparing himself, single after single, for the release of his upcoming full-length debut album, Eleven Easy Pieces on Anger & Disappointment, and "Where Do You See Yourself In 5 Years" promises a high dose of Bluesy riffs, semi-poignant melodies and a boisterous deadpan vocal swagger.
After releasing their previous EP, Disconnected, Packetloss continues their creative efforts in this new and exciting song four-stack. Written and recorded remotely in its entirety, the EP captures Jamie Tees (Vocalist & Lead Guitarist), Geetar Jack – (Rhythm Guitar & Bass), and Steve Buckley (Drums / Mixing & Master) as they go back and forth with musical ideas, recorded in each of their homes!
The Margaret Hooligans always shines through their poignant lyricism and satisfying riffs, but this time they really stepped up in this single. "Alley Cat Stomp" presents both a tribute to Stevie Van Zandt, one of rock n’ roll’s great guitarists and garage rock radio DJs...
When.In.Maine continues their string of releases and this time it returns with "Proved Me Wrong" a more emotive track than its predecessors. The Polish band has mixed piano sensibilities with overall Hard Rock in this new single.
Luke Tangerine keeps delighting his audience with freshly cooked singles. After releasing I Adore You and Midlife Crisis.Again, the German producer is now presenting an uplifting track filled with spatial synths and cosmic melodies.