Amy Collins Sings Honestly for Mental Health Awareness

Amy Collins is out with a great new song that brings awareness to Mental Health and anxiety disorders. Her song “Shaky Hands” is an honest song about an anxiety and panic disorder. It’s rare for an artist to be so open about this lyrically so we are very excited to share this song with our readers in hopes that someone will relate and it will … Continue reading Amy Collins Sings Honestly for Mental Health Awareness

PRIDE RADAR: Low Life Lolas & their Debut EP “Wolves”

It’s just a week until Pride month begins and the raining swag is rolling out and pride festival line ups are being solidified. We wanted to take this time to introduce you to a band that should definitely be on your radar this pride! Low Life Lolas are based in the queer friendly city of Toronto. We asked the band about their involvement in the … Continue reading PRIDE RADAR: Low Life Lolas & their Debut EP “Wolves”

Rose Ann and Her Gang of 3 Can Go for “Miles”

For some, life seems to be a sprint. But, those of us in the know get that it’s much more a marathon. Speed can be great, but sometimes it pays to slow it down. For the born and bred punk rocker inside of me, this can take reminding. Enter Rose Ann Dimalanta and her supporting cast of jazz stalwarts Raymond McKinley and Massimo Buonanno. As … Continue reading Rose Ann and Her Gang of 3 Can Go for “Miles”

Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

Synth-pop band MXMS have just released their new EP “Funeral Pop I” on May 1st, 2019 which features the incredible track “Salvation Hurts.” The duo is made up of Ariel Levitan (vocals) and Jeremy Dawson (back up vocals and synths). MXMS describe their music as “funeral pop”, a mixture of electronic and rock. We definitely think that the description of funeral pop makes sense for … Continue reading Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

Tatiana at Thirst T’s (Concert Review)

Tatiana Tell, who goes by the stage name Tatiana, is a singer/songwriter from Northeastern PA, she played a concert at local bar Thirst T’s Saturday night. Tatiana was accompanied by fellow NEPA Alternative Rock band, and bandmates The Boastfuls. The two talented acts blend well together with Tatiana’s stage presence, a mixture of Amy Winehouse meets Stevie Nicks, while The Boastful put an original twist … Continue reading Tatiana at Thirst T’s (Concert Review)

Secret Emchy Society gives off the classic campfire sing-a-long vibe with new record

Secret Emchy Society has been putting out music that is true to her soul for a long time now. Classified as queer country, Secret Emchy Society’s music is really music for anyone that loves a truly authentic sound. Her newest record is titled “Mark’s Yard: The Campfire Covers” and was actually recorded during a campfire (we’re guessing at someone named Mark’s place). They had to … Continue reading Secret Emchy Society gives off the classic campfire sing-a-long vibe with new record

ViVii Releases Dream Pop Song Written on Day of “Fibromyalgia” Diagnoses

The Swedish pop trio ViVii is is out with some new jams and will embark on a US tour starting in late September. Their latest single to drop is titled “Fibromyalgia” and follows two other singles that they have released in 2019. Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder but the lyrics of the song actually have nothing to do with the illness itself. It was … Continue reading ViVii Releases Dream Pop Song Written on Day of “Fibromyalgia” Diagnoses

Winnie Raeder Sings the Pains of Heartbreak in Chilling Debut Single

Winnie Raeder is a singer-songwriter who was born in Denmark and is currently based in London. Her song “Don’t You Dare” is breathtaking from the first note she sings. Her voice is unique and moving, bursting at the seems with raw emotion. She sings with a sense of urgency in this chilling single, with lyrical content that is focused on the pains of utter heartbreak. … Continue reading Winnie Raeder Sings the Pains of Heartbreak in Chilling Debut Single

Damhnait Doyle is out with a Gorgeous Record called “Liquor Store Flowers” [Album Review]

Damhnait Doyle is out with her new record “Liquor Store Flowers.” It’s one of the best records we have heard in a long time. From start to finish, it speaks to the listener. It’s authentic and breathtaking. Rock the Pigeon wanted to take the time today to introduce our following to another great track on this record “This Ain’t My Sin.” The song is emotionally, … Continue reading Damhnait Doyle is out with a Gorgeous Record called “Liquor Store Flowers” [Album Review]

Honeysuckle Fuse Traditional Instruments with Modern Folk Vocal for a Peaceful Sound [Music Video]

Honeysuckle is a Boston based folk band that frequently tours the country playing shows. Their new song “Fire Starter” is driven by acoustic instrumentation and harmonies that are as smooth as honey. Their story-telling lyrics share thoughts about a geographically change in life, more specifically the thought of leaving the city they live in to go back to their more simple hometown. The lyrics come … Continue reading Honeysuckle Fuse Traditional Instruments with Modern Folk Vocal for a Peaceful Sound [Music Video]