Melbourne, Australia rocker Ivan Beecroft will be emerging from the unique space he has been carving out for himself within independent music industry via a new single that is to be released to streaming services in January of 2024. The song is titled, "Carousel," and it is actually available to check out early on Bandcamp... Continue Reading →
The title "Outside Time" by The Trudy refers to the little album's timeless insides. Consisting of 7 tracks with a total runtime of 21 minutes, releases of this length would be referred to as an EP. Not this one though.
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!
If "Navigator" by Monroe Moon was somewhat of an experiment, "Smoked A Cigarette Instead" is the realization that it worked. Everything about this song sounds so clear and so well produced, it's absolutely stunning.
Two former members of the now disbanded Rock band, Snakedoctors, got together and When.In.Maine was born. After debuting with Stole My Memories, Polish musicians, Wojciech and Jerry, are back on the saddle and ready for another single release "Stained".
Vogue Villains have achieved genuine connections with their fans over the years, and today the Vancouver-based band took a risk and presented themselves in their most vulnerable version ever. "Pretty Gorgeous"...
Dream of a Man in a Top Hat keeps pushing the envelope with their funky compositions mixed with eccentricity and a knack for all things underground. The duo is known for presenting high-quality, unorthodox music.
Neil C. Young's expertly crafted arrangements, supported by Alan Whitham on bass and Ben Gonzalez on the drums, create a musical journey filled with joyful virtuosity and undeniable musicality. ReWorks Vol. 1
Nature sure seems to want us all dead these days. But is this really a surprise? I don't think so. What's really a surprise is the fact that 9 o'clock Nasty has returned, and with a brilliant genre mash-up that promises an exciting new addition to the Nasty resumé.