Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal Bring Romance Vibes to Music

Hailing from Lincoln, Nebraska is the deeply soulful band that goes by the name of Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal. Hoyer’s deep and mysterious voice cuts through the listeners soul as he sings on the single “Love Song.” The well-played instrumentation adds to the already brilliant songwriting to create an element of romance that shines through completely in the music. Making it’s way to the … Continue reading Josh Hoyer & Soul Colossal Bring Romance Vibes to Music

Little Brother Eli Releases Their Chillest Song Yet

Little Brother Eli is out with their 4th single of the year, a total banger, titled “Stop Pretending.” The song starts with a synthesizer but quickly shifts to a funky drum and bass groove. The Oxford-based indie band cleverly combines flavors from indie-rock, pop, hip-hop and even new wave disco to create something that gives listeners a fresh experience with music. “Stop Pretending” has a … Continue reading Little Brother Eli Releases Their Chillest Song Yet

Glorietta’s Bare Bones Nature Makes For A Damn Good Rock Song

When you first hear “Golden Lonesome” by Glorietta you may think “…this track sounds really raw…” You will quickly recognize that the bare bones nature of this rock song is the perfect amount of production as it allows for enough room to really feel the soulful vocals completely. The guitar chord changes switch in ways that unexpected in most modern music and are very fitting … Continue reading Glorietta’s Bare Bones Nature Makes For A Damn Good Rock Song

Artist of the Day: Benjamin Love w music video on the commercialization of queer culture

Benjamin Love is a talented singer/songwriter and musician from Tennessee who draws influences from soul, funk and pop to create a sound that is unique in the world of indie-rock n’ roll. Love has recently released a new music video for his catchy song “Kiss It Better” which dives into the topics of the “commercialization of queer culture, queer identity and wage gaps.” The music … Continue reading Artist of the Day: Benjamin Love w music video on the commercialization of queer culture

Straight Edge Halloween…in June w JXV

Whats up my loves!  Hope you’re ready for a little bit of Halloween in June because San Diego’s spooky straight edge hooligan’s JXV just released their new single ‘Trick X Treat!”. JXV originally called Jason X Voorhees are a death metal punk-rock fusion outfit who’s vision is to pioneer music that uses extreme sounds to convey themes of both the celebration of youthful sobriety and … Continue reading Straight Edge Halloween…in June w JXV

YONAKA Tells Us Exactly What “F.W.T.B” Means!

“F.W.T.B.” is the title of YONAKA‘s new anthem. What exactly does “F.W.T.B.” stand for though? It stands for “F-ing With The Boss.” The song is anthemic in a way that it brings a powerful feeling to anyone that listens to it. Theresa Jarvis, the frontwoman of the band YONAKA, sings with meaning and strong intent. She explains “The song is a big “f*ck you” to anyone … Continue reading YONAKA Tells Us Exactly What “F.W.T.B” Means!

Odd Holiday Writes Great Punk Song After Hitting Head & Fainting

Odd Holiday is a newly-formed punk rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They have just released a song titled “Hypnotized” which feels similar to older punk-rock from the 70’s and 80’s melodically but production wise feels more modern. The song is well-written and stays interesting from top to bottom with very catchy hooks. The band cites being influenced by modern punk and some old school punk … Continue reading Odd Holiday Writes Great Punk Song After Hitting Head & Fainting

Crystal Noir & The Obscurity take stage in Queens, NY

Crystal Noir & The Obscurity is a 3 piece “alternative rock” band from Brooklyn, NY. They have recently came together in early 2014 to form the band and have since been releasing singles, music videos, and playing shows across the NorthEast. Quite impressive! Continue reading Crystal Noir & The Obscurity take stage in Queens, NY

Steel Cranes: New Album, Tour, “San Francisco Artist of the Month” via Deli?

Oakland two piece band “Steel Cranes” are competing against three other Bay Area bands on The Deli SF Bay Area’s “San Francisco Artist of the Month” Poll. They are currently behind in the poll but their music is definitely ahead of the other bands. Recently the girls duo released full length album: “Ouroboros.” This ten track LP consists of rhythmic rock and punk drums, screaming … Continue reading Steel Cranes: New Album, Tour, “San Francisco Artist of the Month” via Deli?