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 →

The Baker’s Basement “Wild Wild Sheep”

Expect each song to be pretty different. We view each one as its own personality, and we nurture them as such. Every creative decision is all about what will help a given song find its full potential and life. Some are extremely minimal, with just a couple voices and a guitar. Some are a lot more active and in your face, involving more rapid fire lyricism, driving electric guitar and drums - programed textures and percussive effects. And although some of our tunes are purely instrumental, we absolutely love words. To us, words are paint. They allow a listener to touch and feel and see. They are often illustrative and we try to pick out words that make what we’re singing about tangible and conversational. Adam Grindler / The Baker's Basement

Ann Beretta – “DCxPC Live Presents: Ann Beretta Live, Like A Riot! Live From The Broadberry (Acoustic)”

But for real guys, this album is an absolute delight through and through and it deserves every stream and every share, and every purchase! In case you need one more reason to buy the album: The vinyl is pink and the covers were individually screen printed by Ann Beretta's singer/guitarist, Rob Huddleston, so no two covers are identical.

ELJURI – “REFLEXIÓN” ALBUM

“You are welcome to dive into my heavy Latin grooves from rock and reggae to funk and dance. Get lost in the intersecting sounds. I wrote this new album, ‘Reflexión’ as an antidote to our recent shared experience of inconceivable isolation. The melodies will lift your internal vibration towards positive energy,” - Eljuri.

The Connecting Dots “Treasures in the Valley”

Each of the 10 songs have their own part in the whole picture, and none of them copy from one another. Thus, the listener gets to hear long dreamy guitar instrumentals along with Helena's sweet voice, synth-driven ethereal soundscapes, cozy yet mysterious movie-esque tunes and rocking songs full of driving energy.

The Brouhaha – “The Brouhaha”

"Four of the most wretched, smug and off-putting people you'd ever be sorry to see. These vulgar and vile vermin got together and had the audacity to start a band - bunch of lowlife wasters. They think they're really good but of course they would. Nobody else should like The Brouhaha but check 'em out and see for yourself." The Brouhaha

Michael Donoghue- Fractals

"Fractals is mainly inspired by my mini obsession with repeating patterns. I've got a journal at home where I fill in a few lines for each day of the year over a 5 year period. I'm 4 years into it, and I've found that things such as moods, feelings, and even illnesses seem to occur at around the same time every year. I found this quite fascinating and wanted to represent it in some sort of musical way." Michael Donoghue

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