Da Pop Enhances Your Summer Experience With New Single “August Skies”

Da Pop is a three piece indie rock band based in NYC. They consistently fill venues and put on rocking atmospheric shows that grab the audiences attention with rhythmic switches and addictive harmonies. Da Pop recently took to the studio to produce some dope new tracks that they’re excited to share with you all. Their latest track “August Skies” is now available for streaming. “August … Continue reading Da Pop Enhances Your Summer Experience With New Single “August Skies”

Take A Trip To “Acid Island” With GØRL On Her Newest Psychedelic Trip-Pop Single

GORL is a Vienna/Copenhagen based psychedelic glam rock group formed by Danish singer-songwriter, Mikala Nørgaard. Her trippy new song “Acid Island” is now available for streaming on multiple platforms. This catchy track is reminiscent of the style of B-52’s surf-rock. The dark vocals and deep, dirty bass-line contrast perfectly with the high-pitch synth and bright guitar riffs that are prevalent throughout the song. The tongue … Continue reading Take A Trip To “Acid Island” With GØRL On Her Newest Psychedelic Trip-Pop Single

Indie Pop-Punk Band, Sea Girls, Release Hot New Summer Single, “Violet”

The Sea Girls are an English indie rock band who have accrued a worldwide following with their clever lyricism and catchy pop punk sound. 2019 has been a big year for the Sea Girls. Earlier this year they signed with Polydor Records (who also represent popular artists including Billie Eilish and the 1975) and have since then been releasing back to back hit tracks including … Continue reading Indie Pop-Punk Band, Sea Girls, Release Hot New Summer Single, “Violet”

Les Stroud & Slash Team Up for Important Song about Saving the Planet

Upon our first listen, it was very clear that we recognized the lead guitar player. The bluesy guitar licks that seem to melt into one another are performed by the one and only Slash. Les Stroud’s latest song “One Giant Farm” is a protest song that features Slash. It’s a rock n’ roll sounding call for action. The lyrics speak openly about the environmental justice … Continue reading Les Stroud & Slash Team Up for Important Song about Saving the Planet

“While You Were Making Babies” Patrick Ames was Writing Some Great Tunes

Somehow, singer/songwriter Patrick Ames found a way to make a song about a lonely man sitting around depressed as hell sound like a happy-go-lucky mashup of Bob Dylan and Jimmy Buffet. One of four track on his latest EP, All I Do is Bleed, “While You Were Making Babies” is a decidedly upbeat song about a decidedly downbeat topic. It’s so catchy that you forget … Continue reading “While You Were Making Babies” Patrick Ames was Writing Some Great Tunes

Ralph Pellymounter Sings of the Human Experience in “Your PET Scan (Brain on Drugs)”

“For various reason I found myself in a lot of hospital waiting rooms last year and my mind started thinking about all the major life events that happen in these sterile rooms. Your PET scan (brain on drugs) is our triumphs, regrets, loves and loses all shown in the vibrant flashes of you PET scans.” – Ralph Pellymounter Catchy from the first line that is … Continue reading Ralph Pellymounter Sings of the Human Experience in “Your PET Scan (Brain on Drugs)”

“Guests on Sunday Morning” is a Country song all music lovers can appreciate by Ted Z and the Wranglers

Ted Z and the Wranglers show us their kinship and unity with their new energetic single “Guests on Sunday Morning”! It’d be wrong to overlook this Country Americana song with sweet guitar licks as catchy as can be!  The song starts with memorable vocals and harmonies and dives into well-written verses you won’t be able to get enough of. Best believe you’ll be singing along … Continue reading “Guests on Sunday Morning” is a Country song all music lovers can appreciate by Ted Z and the Wranglers

Bringing back skiffle, Listening Club releases a great new single “Skiffle Scuffle”

“Skiffle Scuffle” is a new upbeat, fast paced, 80’s inspired song by Listening Club. Unbeknownst to many, skiffle is a unique genre of music, popular over half a century ago, that unfortunately we don’t hear a lot of these days.  Rich Stephenson, the frontman and lead vocalist of Listening Club explains, “The song is inspired by skiffle, the original rock n roll – and style … Continue reading Bringing back skiffle, Listening Club releases a great new single “Skiffle Scuffle”

Ivan Beecroft Explores the Wealth Gap with INEQUALITY

“Inequality” – a song hard rocker Ivan Beecroft calls “a protest song about the ever widening gap between the ‘haves and have nots’” – is the lead track from his latest album, Liars, Freaks & Fools. As with the other 9 tracks that follow on the album, “Inequality” sees Beecroft bring his distinct blend of 90s grunge, 70s protometal, and punk rock DIY ethic front … Continue reading Ivan Beecroft Explores the Wealth Gap with INEQUALITY

Ryan Cassata Creates Playlist on Billboard, Writes about Self Discovery in Classic Rock Era Music

In a Billboard article titled “Trans Artist-Activist Ryan Cassata Shares Summer of Pride Mix & Talks Escaping Queer-Phobia” Ryan Cassata digs deep into his upbringing in the music industry, starting with his classic rock heroes and diving into current queer music. He writes “Before I was old enough to actually escape I found myself immersed in rock n’ roll. I would lay on my bedroom … Continue reading Ryan Cassata Creates Playlist on Billboard, Writes about Self Discovery in Classic Rock Era Music