Cold Weather Company’s ‘Do No Harm’ Is Dark, Orchestral Piano Rock

Cold Weather Company’s ‘Do No Harm’ is dense orchestral music with a rock-oriented analog approach out of the Garden State. Frontman Steve Shimchick says the track is, “inspired by different stages of the same exciting, yet fleeting relationship.” He goes on to explain that, “while many songs on,” the new EP “Find Light include a struggle between positive and negative themes within the same verses, … Continue reading Cold Weather Company’s ‘Do No Harm’ Is Dark, Orchestral Piano Rock

‘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

Nian Tong and Josh Witt Channel The Beach Boys on New Single

If you are into current indie-pop that draws inspiration from the music styles of the 1960’s you will love Nian Tong and Josh Witt’s new single. The song is titled “There Goes A Little Feelin” and features excellent harmonies that will please the ears. The songwriting style and melodies have similarities to The Beach Boys and The Four Seasons. The production of the song sounds … Continue reading Nian Tong and Josh Witt Channel The Beach Boys on New Single

Ethereal UK is an Inspiring Artist with a Hauntingly Beautiful Song

Ethereal UK is a Swedish/Thai transgender singer-songwriter living in England. Her new song is titled “Strange World, Normal Girl” and is a highly intelligent composition with hauntingly beautiful vocals that resonate deeply for anyone that relates to the transgender experience or has a fond ear for good music. She says the song is about “… accepting myself as a transgender woman. The world is strange… … Continue reading Ethereal UK is an Inspiring Artist with a Hauntingly Beautiful Song