9 o'clock Nasty or The Nasty Unicorns, or at least that's what I call them, have returned. Earth's most beloved musical team has paired up once again in an amazing feat of dexterity, musical prowess, and bizarre charm. Their new collaboration is not what we wanted... but what we deserved.
Moving us to a different era, Suburban Bicycle Gang delights us with a wildly entertaining musical journey filled with organic Rock and Roll tracks, and a good dose of sense of humor.
Therum is a Psychedelic Rock act led by the multi-talented John Luke Melovich. "Sweet Victories / Sour Defeat" is his most recent single, and it follows the premise of a slow build.
There is no room for hesitation and sulking moods in "Nine Time Nine" by The Crystal Teardrop - it comes loaded with positive determination and a strong backbone, ready to take on the issues that have been poking holes into this relationship.
"Close your eyes and picture yourself standing at the cold shore of a sound in the Pacific Northwest — something is stirring, and you are not quite sure what." Stutterboy "False Dam"
"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
"2020" by Roxercat is Price Jone's personal diary of such a year. What started off great and with high hopes... well, we know the story! What's amazing about the track is that we are able to both see and hear every "month"! That's right, from the high-hopes of January to the slow downfall of March, it is truly awesome!
Now, René AKA Lump200, and his group of talented musicians are ready to return this February 24th with their second single off of their upcoming 5th album, "Isles of You". The track is a trippy expression of wind instruments (including tuba and bass clarinet), bright synths, and even a vibraphone.
It is a bittersweet love song, exploring the death of a relationship, using the metaphor of an astronaut launching himself into space and leaving his loved ones behind as a way of talking about the distance growing between him and his lover. The Margaret Hooligans "He Love"