Laredo’s Bag – “Last Night”

"hmm.... I'm too old to play games with all of this, so I'll begin by saying that as a seventy-year-old I'm enjoying challenging myself in countless respects by ATTEMPTING to write and produce (solo and with the most basic of "desk" studios) quality songs --- despite my severely limited musical/technical proficiencies". Laredo's Bag

9 O’Clock Nasty – “By All Means Necessary”

You just gotta love this Garage Rock raccoons: Their hilarious sense of humor and plain talent; their own, unique approach to making music; the clear and solid friendship they have with each other; their excellent music videos made with almost zero budget. You've got to admit, their DIY approach to everything they do has clearly worked very good for them, creating for them a solid identity both on social media and their community.

Amateur Ornithologist – “Building the Bird”

This is a great Pop extravaganza album filled with lots of Psychedelic overtones. "Building The Bird" is an album about coming to terms with who you are, delivered with a beautiful cosmic landscape and a retro-feel. PRE-ORDER NOW! (RD Streaming platforms Oct 21st) What's going on, ladies and gentlemen! Welcome back. It's your boy, MadZen,... Continue Reading →

Only Bodies – “Only Bodies” EP

"Hey there! Thanks for checking out Only Bodies. We hope you’ll go on a journey with our self-titled EP as it explores the difficulties that come with the emotional growing pains inherent to love. Our music aims to balance sincerity and honesty with thoughtfulness and tact. Also, to make you wiggle your booty." - Only Bodies

Evil Sweet – “Queen Victoria”

Written by Curcie and Castro, the song follows frontman O’Brien-Curcie and his infatuation with his summer fling. Based on his real-life girlfriend Victoria, the song tells the story of Scotty chasing after his childhood love who he grew up with on the north shore beaches of Long Island and getting rejected throughout adolescence before reconnecting later in life.

Britny Lobas – “Hollow”

From start to finish, the song carries us under its Bluesy wing, as Britny softly begins to tell her story. Moving forward, the frustration in the artist's voice becomes more and more apparent, until it finishes to explode in a last chorus of wailing cries, proper of a banshee. Original and familiar, this tune stands out thanks to its rock and roll eloquence, and its humane imperfections.

Powered by

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: