Get a Taste of “Black Coffee” with Alex Abbuehl

Alternative artist Alex Abbuehl is out with a stunning track called “Black Coffee.” The song is piano driven and features a slow and smooth vocal that cuts through the track. Alex Abbuehl is driven by the sound of rock music from the 1970’s and also by West Coast Jazz. The fusion of the two sounds creates something completely unique and gorgeous sounding. “Black Coffee” builds … Continue reading Get a Taste of “Black Coffee” with Alex Abbuehl

Michael Askin’s New Song “Aimless as the Wind” is the Perfect Soundtrack for Adventuring

Sounding like the simple but folk and classic rock songs of the 1970’s is Michael Askin‘s new song. “Aimless as the Wind” has feel good instrumentation and lyrical content that feels perfectly fitting for driving across America on the road trip of your dreams. The song seems to roll right along and sets a great traveling mood as the miles are adding up. The singer-songwriter … Continue reading Michael Askin’s New Song “Aimless as the Wind” is the Perfect Soundtrack for Adventuring

Lee Harvey Osmond releases Bluesy Folk Record “Mohawk”

Lee Harvey Osmond is out with a new bluesy LP titled “Mohawk.” The singer-songwriter explains that this record is about his “quest to find [his] true identity.” One of Rock the Pigeon’s favorites off the record is “Forty Light Years.” The song is driven by bluesy guitars and Lee Harvey Osmond’s soulful raspy voice. “Forty Light Years” seems to be inspired by classic rock and … Continue reading Lee Harvey Osmond releases Bluesy Folk Record “Mohawk”

The new DreamStates song is something to obsess about!

DreamStates is out with a new song titled “Impossible Me” to tease their upcoming currently untitled 2019 album which will feature songs that can fit into the shoegaze/indie rock genre. “Impossible Me” is their best work yet that combines some music techniques from the 1980’s and 1990’s to create a sound that brings the good vibes straight to the listeners soul. The song is definitely … Continue reading The new DreamStates song is something to obsess about!

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

Radar State Release Debut LP “Strays” & New Music Video on Wiretap Records

Radar State is the pop-punk supergroup featuring The Get Up Kids’ Matt Pryor and Jim Suptic, The Anniversary’s Josh Berwanger and The Architects’/The Gadjits’ Adam Phillips. Radar State released their debut record “Strays” on January 11, 2019 via Wiretap Records. Radar State cleverly combines elements of pop-punk, emo rock, rock n’ roll, and indie rock to create a sound that sounds fresh with subtle elements … Continue reading Radar State Release Debut LP “Strays” & New Music Video on Wiretap Records

‘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

The Native Howl’s ‘Mercy’ Is Potent Hard Rock-Oriented Bluegrass

The Native Howl’s ‘Mercy’ is some emotionally potent, mostly acoustic bluegrass that exists in a hard rock context. The band says this “song takes their sound to a whole new level while still holding true to the stylings of their 2016 EP Thrash Grass.” This is a very well-rounded track. It hits hard without sacrificing its twang. There’s a deep sense of groove on here which … Continue reading The Native Howl’s ‘Mercy’ Is Potent Hard Rock-Oriented Bluegrass

‘Vulgar’ by Horns Is Groovy Punk with a Classic Rock-Style Approch

‘Vulgar’ by Horns in some groovy, classic rock-inflected punk out of the Dominican Republic. These guys do a really good job of bringing a forward, crusty approach to punk without sacrificing clarity or compositional complexity. For a listener who grew up with classic rock, a lot of this track will sound eerily familiar. It seems like in certain regards these guys are reworking and remixing … Continue reading ‘Vulgar’ by Horns Is Groovy Punk with a Classic Rock-Style Approch

‘The Mirage’ by The Missionaries Is Some Classic, Rhythm-Heavy Rock

‘The Mirage’ by The Missionaries is groovy, rhythm-oriented rock music with a tight throwback vibe. “Inspired by the glam/psychedelic sound of Foxygen and the bright-eyed surf pop of the Beach Boys,” these NorCal natives say they “deliver a sound that is both eclectic and catchy.” There’s a lot of cool stuff happening on here. The bass guitar and the drums form a nice, quick and … Continue reading ‘The Mirage’ by The Missionaries Is Some Classic, Rhythm-Heavy Rock