Seafox Release Psychedelic Song of the Summer “Maydup Dream”

Hailing from Portland, OR, Seafox is out with a summer anthem, that could easily be danced to while maintaining a classic rock feel. The vocals and synth pads give a slightly psychedelic vibe to their song “Maydup Dream.” The slow pacing of the song, and experimental percussion create a song that can be the soundtrack of a chill party, or relaxing day on the beach. … Continue reading Seafox Release Psychedelic Song of the Summer “Maydup Dream”

Johnny & the Man Kids are an Indie Act with Truly Unique Vocals

Johnny & the Man Kids have released a new single titled “That’s Different” which they say is about “..fake confidence at the bar.” The song channels the spirit of rock n’ roll and feels slightly retro in instrumentation, chord choices, and vocal delivery. The vocal style is what truly sets this band apart from other indie rock acts. The vocals have a strong sense of … Continue reading Johnny & the Man Kids are an Indie Act with Truly Unique Vocals

Fort Frances’ new song sounds like Elton John meets Oasis

Fort Frances is out with a new soulful single called “A New Kind of Universe.” The song starts off smoothly with a well-played bass and a drum groove that demands attention. The piano plays whole chords in a simple progression. The instrumentation sets the mood for an incredible vocal to come in. Sounding slightly like Elton John meets Oasis, Fort Frances has written a compelling … Continue reading Fort Frances’ new song sounds like Elton John meets Oasis

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

You Must See This Artist Live: Baby FuzZ

Baby FuzZ is probably one of the most unique acts out right now. Combing elements of so many genres such as classic rock, old time blues, rock n’ roll and pop, Baby FuzZ sure catches the crowds attention. The combination of all of these genres feels natural. Baby FuzZ is one of the bands that Rock the Pigeon had the pleasure to catch at SXSW. … Continue reading You Must See This Artist Live: Baby FuzZ

Lime Cordiale’s New Single is Perfect for Summer 2019

The indie-rock band Lime Cordiale is fronted by two brothers Oli and Louis Leimbach. The band is freshly off a very successful Australian and New Zealand tour in which they have sold out many shows and even had to add on extra dates to please their adoring fanbase. Their latest release is titled “Inappropriate Behaviour.” The song feels a bit nostalgic in terms of vocal … Continue reading Lime Cordiale’s New Single is Perfect for Summer 2019

Desert Weather Release their Debut Single “Still In My Head”

“Sometimes meeting certain people can leave an unexplainable impact on your life and the way you see the world. When this happens, you ignore all logic and live in the hypnotic bliss of the impression they made on you for a little while, which is ultimately what ‘Still In My Head’ is all about.” – Desert Weather Desert Weather is out with a high energy … Continue reading Desert Weather Release their Debut Single “Still In My Head”

Spacey Jane release Single as a Teaser for Upcoming Record

Spacey Jane are a garage rock band from Western Australia. Their new song “Good Grief” contains catchy guitar riffs, and 1990’s sounding vocals. The song generally has a chiller vibe during the verse with a more explosive chorus section. The song feels anthemic in both the vocal delivery and the way the instrumentation builds throughout the track to really burst during the chorus. The song … Continue reading Spacey Jane release Single as a Teaser for Upcoming Record

Staying Up Too Late Resulted in this Great Song by Burning Pictures

“I think the inspiration for the song comes from those nights when you stay up too late partying too hard because you’re looking to fill some sort of void in your life, that you may not know is even there.. perhaps seeking out connection with others and whatnot, but it turns a bit sour.” – Burning Pictures Staying up too late and being overtired and … Continue reading Staying Up Too Late Resulted in this Great Song by Burning Pictures

Keith Ward Dismisses Comments that he needs a “Backup Plan” with New Song

If you’re a musician, you’ve probably been told that you should get a backup plan. For some reason our society is taught not to believe in artists and that being a musician is not a real job. Of course, that’s totally not true. Being a musician takes lots of continuous hard work. To make ends meet, it’s definitely a full time job from the moment … Continue reading Keith Ward Dismisses Comments that he needs a “Backup Plan” with New Song