‘Say So!’ by The Entrepreneurs Is Tight Danish Experimental Rock

‘Say So!’ by The Entrepreneurs is clean, reasonably experimental rock out of Copenhagen. The band describes their work as, “aesthetically rich and experimental variations on some of rock’s most significant subgenres like punk, grunge, post-rock… performed with an underlying experimental and explosive feel.” They claim to be committed to, “an approach of always being curious and open to inspiration. Everything goes as the band keeps … Continue reading ‘Say So!’ by The Entrepreneurs Is Tight Danish Experimental Rock

Singer-Songwriter Kat Hamilton Moves to L.A. & Releases Debut Solo EP “The Grey Area”

“The Grey Area tackles this idea of who wins and loses a breakup. I was feeling like my ex was happily living her life as if I had never happened. Although the lyrics paint a picture that I wanted her back, it’s more about me not wanting to be the one who still pined or wrote love songs. It’s me, confronting my own pride more … Continue reading Singer-Songwriter Kat Hamilton Moves to L.A. & Releases Debut Solo EP “The Grey Area”

‘Rising Wall’ by Starframes Is a Spacey Piece of an Alt-Rock Concept Album

‘Rising Wall’ by Starframes is some expansive, well-structured alternative rock that makes good use of electronics. The band describes the song as, “based on a powerful groove [and] some funky guitars,” while the “synths create the dreamy atmosphere.” Continue reading ‘Rising Wall’ by Starframes Is a Spacey Piece of an Alt-Rock Concept Album

Jordan Silver’s ‘Maryland’ Is Narrative Acoustic Music with a Theatrical Approach

Jordan Silver’s ‘Maryland’ is sweet, introspective acoustic music with a surprising level of dynamism. “Jordan Silver is a NYC based singer-songwriter living in Washington Heights,” this twenty-four-year-old who “primarily plays guitar and sings his own music,” says. “He’s also playwright who focuses on creating a story with the lyrics of his tunes.” Continue reading Jordan Silver’s ‘Maryland’ Is Narrative Acoustic Music with a Theatrical Approach

‘Above the Towers’ by Mercy Stone Is Eclectic, Progressive Globally-Oriented Rock

‘Above the Towers’ by The Mercy Stone is eclectic, classically-oriented rock with a progressive, world music vibe. The group describes the track as featuring, “a driving 15-beat rhythmic pattern, lush vocal harmonies, and a trippy vocal canon at the end.” Continue reading ‘Above the Towers’ by Mercy Stone Is Eclectic, Progressive Globally-Oriented Rock

Free Paintings (Band) are back with a DIY Video for their Psychedelic Anthem

  Free Paintings have just released their new music video for “oneinamillion.” This song is off of their most recent record “Beer Is Free If You Believe It Is.” The band has a knack for creating psychedelic songs and music videos that make viewers feel part of. The music video feels romantic in a unique way. Enjoy this great video! Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/free.paintings/Continue reading Free Paintings (Band) are back with a DIY Video for their Psychedelic Anthem

Punku’s ‘On the Beach’ Is Full Dynamic Alt Rock with Artsy Tendencies

Punku’s ‘On the Beach’ is full, dynamic alt rock with a healthy dose of an eclectic art rock vibe. “This is a beach song that crackles like a bonfire made of feedback,” the artist says, with a “soaring melodic noise, heartfelt vocals, and a chillwave outro!” There’s a lot going on in this piece. It moves from a relatively simple alt rock song into untethered, … Continue reading Punku’s ‘On the Beach’ Is Full Dynamic Alt Rock with Artsy Tendencies

‘Bicycle Rider’ by Drens Is Brief, Eclectic German Art Punk

‘Bicycle Rider’ by Drens is rough, attitudinal German punk rock. “Bicycle Rider is a one minute twenty-six second ride on your bike to space,” the band says, where you’ll encounter, “a collission with the pavement right after losing your backlight [and] driving home with a wobbling wheel.” The guys describe themselves as, “a surf punk four-piece from Dortmund [and] Cologne.” There’s a simple, lo-fi vibe … Continue reading ‘Bicycle Rider’ by Drens Is Brief, Eclectic German Art Punk