Pat Todd & the Rankoutsiders with Punk Infused Outlaw Rock N’ Roll

Are you ready for some high energy (old school) punk & rock n’ roll fusion music? If so, then Pat Todd & the Rankoutsiders are the perfect band to get into right now. Spin their new banger of a song “If Only I Could Fly Backwards In Time” and get hooked on the bluesy screaming guitars and the Johnny Thunders-style punky vocals. The energy in … Continue reading Pat Todd & the Rankoutsiders with Punk Infused Outlaw Rock N’ Roll

The Faim Release New Song, Currently on Tour with Andy Black, Kulick

The Faim is currently on tour and have just released a new song called “Amelie.” The song feels dark yet still contains catchy melodies to pull listeners in. For fans of My Chemical Romance, Bring Me The Horizon, and Panic! At the Disco, The Faim is a band that carries the spirit of pop-punk with a slightly darker feel. The music stays interesting as it … Continue reading The Faim Release New Song, Currently on Tour with Andy Black, Kulick

Review: “Transparent Lies” by Åskväder

Åskväder is a rock band based in Sweden with an electrifying sound. This power trio features Jon Solheim on the drums and singing, Staffan Persson on the bass, and Martin Olsson playing guitar and singing as well. Currently the band has released three songs on Spotify. One of those songs is “Transparent Lies” that starts out with quick paced drumming that sounds a bit punk … Continue reading Review: “Transparent Lies” by Åskväder

Dirty Fuss Release Fun Psychedelic Jam Song “300 Lbs”

Dirty Fuss will soon be out with a new record titled “American Animals.” They have released a high-energy rock track called “300 Lbs” to tease the upcoming LP. The indie-rock group is based in Nashville, TN and have been jamming, writing, and performing together since the summer of 2016. It’s clear that the band is very comfortable jamming with each other based on the style … Continue reading Dirty Fuss Release Fun Psychedelic Jam Song “300 Lbs”

‘My Vision’ by Cold Lands Is Tight, Atmospheric Prog Rock

‘My Vision’ by Cold Lands is a precise, deeply atmospheric take on progressive rock. The band is described as, “an atmospheric rock project in which,” bandleader Alexandre Martorano “writes, composes and performs.” Martorano started the band after attending, “a classical music school where he studied classical guitar for eight years.” He “began writing his first compositions in 2004.” This is an impressive track. The way … Continue reading ‘My Vision’ by Cold Lands Is Tight, Atmospheric Prog Rock

No Win’s ‘Vision’ Is Well-Composed Angelino Alt Rock

No Win’s ‘Vision’ is a clean, straightforward take on alternative rock with some clear throwback elements. “I worked to the bone on this record,” says Danny Nogueiras, the group’s frontman, “I make this kind of music because I love it genuinely, and I want as many people as possible to enjoy it.” He says that, “this feels like such an important thing… It’s a culmination … Continue reading No Win’s ‘Vision’ Is Well-Composed Angelino Alt Rock

Adam Baldwin Brings Us “Salvation” with Bluesy Rock Vocals & Hard Hitting Drums

Deeply bluesy guitars and a distorted soulful vocal are the main attractions on Adam Baldwin’s new song “Salvation.” The song is an instant rock anthem that could fit on a rock radio station with the likes of The Black Keys, The White Stripes, and Wolfmother. Adam Baldwin delivers his vocals with great attitude and really takes it all the way home on this bluesy track. … Continue reading Adam Baldwin Brings Us “Salvation” with Bluesy Rock Vocals & Hard Hitting Drums

Jake Abramson’s ‘Caution Tape’ Is Bruising, Militaristic Electronic Music

Jake Abramson’s ‘Caution Tape’ is some hard-hitting, rock-oriented electronic music from this solo artist. There’s an overwhelming, deeply industrial sense of darkness on here that’s served well by the track’s rock format and computerized instrumentation. Abramson’s tense, smoldering vocals paint a very clear lyrical picture. Under that, the rumbling synths give the piece a militaristic, march-like aesthetic. This is furthered by the lumbering, often percussive … Continue reading Jake Abramson’s ‘Caution Tape’ Is Bruising, Militaristic Electronic Music

Dusty Tucker’s ‘Twenty Whatever’ Is Slick, Expansive and Emotive Hard Rock

Dusty Tucker’s ‘Twenty Whatever’ is some slick, emotive hard rock with some clear punk influences. The band describes their first full-length, The North Stone, as, “A western tale told in twelve tracks with heroes and villains and musical movements back to back.” There’s a lot going on here. Something about the track, probably the hyperbolic guitars and dramatic, higher register lead vocals, give the track a progressive … Continue reading Dusty Tucker’s ‘Twenty Whatever’ Is Slick, Expansive and Emotive Hard Rock

‘Times New Woman’ by The Swell Fellas Is Expansive, Technical Psychedelic Rock

‘Times New Woman’ by The Swell Fellas is some classic rock-facing, broad and deeply technical psychedelic music. They say this is, “the seventh track off of [the band’s] self-released debut LP The Big Grand Entrance.” The group describes it as, “a simple and trance-inducing approach from a normally more complex band.” The stoner cues are definitely pretty strong on here, and in addition to that, … Continue reading ‘Times New Woman’ by The Swell Fellas Is Expansive, Technical Psychedelic Rock