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

Max Reichert Releases Chilling New Single, “Shaking”, After Winning His Battle With Bone Cancer

Max Reichert is a soon to be LA based singer-songwriter from Columbus, OH. His powerful music and meaningful lyrics cannot easily be summarized into one genre and are best described through his writing style. Max prefers to draw creative influence from whatever music he is vibing with in the moment. This gives his music a unique spontaneity that many artists strive for and struggle to … Continue reading Max Reichert Releases Chilling New Single, “Shaking”, After Winning His Battle With Bone Cancer

Owen-Glass Sings about God & The Devil in “Devil Don’t Mind”

“I wrote this song while grappling with the idea of moral relativism. You know, this idea that right and wrong are subjective and depend on a person’s culture, religion, values, etc. So I drilled down to the age-old struggle of good vs. evil—God vs. the Devil—and played around with that. We actually made this live video in an old abandoned church building from the 1800s, … Continue reading Owen-Glass Sings about God & The Devil in “Devil Don’t Mind”

Steven Bowers Releases Poetically Brilliant New Single “Future Ghosts”

“Apologies if I don’t show up for the eulogy Even when you’re standing next to me I can’t help but think how it ends I love you more than anyone should love anything” (lyrics from Future Ghosts) Steven Bowers is out with a folky new song “Future Ghosts” featuring Canadian artist JAYA. The song starts off with an acoustic guitar and a tender lead vocal … Continue reading Steven Bowers Releases Poetically Brilliant New Single “Future Ghosts”

Crowes Pasture takes a famous Bob Marley song and makes it theirs

It’s not too often that Rock the Pigeon posts cover song content but Crowes Pasture really hit the nail on the head with this one by making it unique and truly theirs. Their cover of “Is This Love” by Bob Marley has the same romantic lyrical content but has a more melancholy feel to it. The minor chords are really heard in this version. This … Continue reading Crowes Pasture takes a famous Bob Marley song and makes it theirs

Entrancing Producer Duo, Midnight Kids, Release Music Video for Original Song “Those Were the Days” with Co-Writer Jared Lee

Midnight Kids is a master producer duo made up of Dylan Lee and Kyle Girard. They are widely known for their alluring remixes and have gained support from popular acts such as Gryffin, The Chainsmokers, and Shaun Frank. They released their first original work “Find Our Way” in 2018 and their momentum hasn’t slowed from there. Last week they debuted a music video for their … Continue reading Entrancing Producer Duo, Midnight Kids, Release Music Video for Original Song “Those Were the Days” with Co-Writer Jared Lee

Fuzzcore/Spacebop band, Mount Sharp, releases music video for new single “Apostate”

Mount Sharp is a Brooklyn based indie band with its roots in Portland, Maine. They pride themselves in making “fuzzy songs about space and bad decisions”. Band influences include artists like Fleetwood Mac, Liz Phair, Yo La Tengo, and St. Vincent.  The release of the “Apostate” single and music video ends their nearly 5 year musical hiatus. The “Apostate” video features simplistic black and white … Continue reading Fuzzcore/Spacebop band, Mount Sharp, releases music video for new single “Apostate”

Adam Melchor is out with a melodic folk song inspired by his parents divorce, an old truck, and a new perspective

“joyride is about letting things go for the better. when i was a kid, my parents had a truck that never ran. it was stolen out of our driveway and they were unbelievably cool about it. they knew they never used it anyway, and there were much bigger problems to worry about. i remember that being the first time i learned about perspective; that even when … Continue reading Adam Melchor is out with a melodic folk song inspired by his parents divorce, an old truck, and a new perspective

Gene Micofsky is out with a new southern-rock inspired record

The inspiration for Fist for a Hammer came from a visit to the Delta in Mississippi. I had been a big fan of southern blues all my life, but there’s something different being there in person, standing in a place where it happened. I wanted to capture that feeling, and I returned with Fist for a Hammer. It’s a song about hardship, which is common … Continue reading Gene Micofsky is out with a new southern-rock inspired record

Gabriella Cilmi’s new song “Ruins” features a raspy soulful voice

Australian singer-songwriter Gabriella Cilmi is out with a new song “Ruins.” The talented singer wanted to take this one back to basics and create an authentic sounding recording. Rock the Pigeon definitely believes that she achieved this goal. “Ruins” is driven by piano and guitar which makes it fit seamlessly into the classic rock genre. Gabriella’s voice cuts across the track as raspy and filled … Continue reading Gabriella Cilmi’s new song “Ruins” features a raspy soulful voice