Dirt Moon The Cover StoryDirt Moon strikes this stellar interplay between folk and hard rock, and I mean, really hard rock. At eight tracks, The Cover Story has a rustic, almost grunge, sound capable of that really intense emotive quality of scream-it-out rock, but tempered with the indie-folk threads woven through
by Frank Ippolito Films The Technically Almost Half-Way Illegal EP Guitar fuzz, incredibly glassy guitar hooks, and terrific vocals are what you can expect from FILMS on their new EP, The Technically Almost Half-Way Illegal. This trio of John Tracy, Tim Sammons, and Patrick England surprised me with each subsequent
Prom Body Creep the Strange Michael Fay, the man behind Prom Body, recorded Creep the Strange on a 4-track in his bedroom, a lo-fi musical adventure in eleven tracks. The LP opens with “Cream Theater”, establishing a sound both feisty and dissonant with a fun-loving, carefree feel that carries through
North Dakota Pat Waggy My crush on North Dakota has gone way past the hearts-on-my-notebook phase. They are everything feisty and fresh; two qualities sorely lacking in too much art these days. When Michelle Blades, one member of the North Dakota trinity that also includes Mo Neuharth and Emily Hobeheidar, migrated across
Stellacutta STELLACUTTA Stellacutta’s eponymous debut album caught me off guard. “What am I listening to exactly?” Something I still haven’t been able to pigeon hole after weeks of listening. Stellacutta’s album is tagged with “adventure” and that’s what exactly what you get: a musical adventure blurring genres, styles, and eras, seamlessly. It took
While compiling our latest installment of “3 New Albums” we noticed that the three to top the list of must-hear recordings were all released by bands whose names begin with the letter “H”. Coincidence? Perhaps not. Think harmonious and hellacious. Or, maybe, hard-hitting hymnals for the habitually hapless? Hallelujah! _ The
Therapist Desire With members in both Arizona and California, Therapist are already making a name for themselves in both states for their punky, funky, nu-disco sound. With nods to Gossip and the Moving Units, Therapist’s new single “Desire” delivers a solid bass punch, spiked and everything. As any pop hook should, “1,
The Senators Harsher Than Whisky/Sweeter Than Wine With less then a year under their belt as a band and the Senators are already earning some noteworthy attention. These folks could be the next Mumford & Sons. Just sayin’. Listen here to their new album Harsher Than Whisky/Sweeter Than Wine and hear for yourself.