51 Miles Away is a duo from Augsburg, Germany, created by Sven Frei (songwriting and vocals) and Andy Schaper (drums, guitars, production). United by their passion for music, the duo joined forces to create music with a message that resonates with the listener.
That's right my friends, a rendition of Rod Stewart's massive single will soon hit the shelves. A wonderful production by Canadian artist Nasmore, and a top-tier performance by artists Johnny and Neil Taylor.
It is with great pleasure that we receive The Trusted's new single, for we are sure that you will all love it. Beautiful chords, exciting drums, deep round bass, and sensible vocals await you, all in The Trusted's unique style and grace.
Dream Of a Man in a Top Hat is back. One of the most interesting duos that ever spawned from the city of Boston has returned with yet another trippy and mind-bending single.
To Hell With Tradition likes to ask the hard questions, those that challenge the mind and question the very fabric of existence.
Straight from the beautiful city of Mullingar, Ireland, MOVMENT came together to celebrate the impact of sound, music, and noise on our body's existence. They are amazed by the way these things affect our moods and even our very direction in life.
We've all had that one friend who always seems a little too far out, too wild, too exotic. Well, Pent Up! has masterfully come up with an anthem for such friends.
Meg and Strontium AKA "The Margaret Hooligans" continue to prepare for the release of their upcoming full-length album, ThunderHole Rock n’ Roll. "Our Museum Of Failure" is the lead single off that very album.
"I wrote this song after a rough summer in my long distance relationship. My significant other and i live an hour away from each , have separate households, kids etc. He is a terrible communicator and would constantly leave me hanging, waiting on him and making big decisions that affected both of our lives without my input. ITs about how difficult relationships can be, how the intensity of the situation feels more like a battle than love." Jennifer Tefft about "Love and War"