Red Bird Rising opens a window into life in a warzone with delicate and heartfelt love song “My Revolution”

"My revolution begins in my world within", Taras sings in the profound anti-war statement of a song full of immediacy. The song was born from the pen of Diedrich Donald Weiss, a songwriter and producer recording under Red Bird Rising alias, as an urgent answer to the invasion taking place in Ukraine led on by the war criminal Putin.

FOLSOM one hell of a ride “Old Pop’s Truck”

"Pop, the friend we dedicated this song to, is a gifted tattoo master and photographer supporting the band since the beginning. He is really a big friend of ours. We did even attend his marriage with his beautiful wife Magda at the Hellfest (a big Metal festival here in France). He is a member of the Folsom family And we love trucks and motorbikes too!" - FOLSOM

Blu Joy’s vintage new album

Blu Joy was created by high school friends Kris Wilson and Niqo Robertson after meeting in their school band. Niqo discovered Kris's passion for songwriting and soon after, the two were writing and jamming together. They are inspired by classics from the pop and rock of the mid-20th century, while also adding some 90's influence from the Alternative and Indie Rock scene.

The Qwarks’ insanely good new single “Brunch at the End of the World”

"The song takes off from where their last album finished; the catastrophe has happened, but when it seems there is no hope is there not something defiant, something so courageous, about the determination to brunch? Against all odds, a hardened group of survivors clink glasses, take pictures, and discuss the latest gossip around the brunch table." The Qwarks

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