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SKATERS “Rock and Roll Bye Bye”

March 23, 2017 // 0 Comments

First and foremost, we have to say, SKATERS… We have missed you. SKATERS have always been a follow your own rules (or no rules) kind of band. After parting ways with Warner Bros Records they had an emancipation and rebirth to set things on their own terms which is what they did when they [Read More...]

Biffy Clyro’s On A Bang – Ellipsis Drops on July 8th

July 6, 2016 // 3 Comments

On September 11, 2010, my friend and I were in front of a sound booth at Wembley Stadium in London bemoaning the fact that we had one more band to sit through before MUSE took the stage.  The opening bands for both nights up to that point had been rather lackluster and the only thing standing [Read More...]

Album Review: Seratones “Get Gone”

May 6, 2016 // 2 Comments

Seratones captured my heart at first listen. Being a girl from the south (Texas born and raised) their sound would definitely fit into the southern repertoire that I grew up listening to thanks to their elements of blues and classic rock but it’s still very much a modern band. However, there [Read More...]

Say Hello to “Meet the Robots!”

August 3, 2015 // 4 Comments

Isn’t funny how random back and forth tweets followed by conversation leads to the discovery of a new band?  That’s what happened with me and Meet the Robots, a self-described pop-punk band from Liverpool, England. Formed in 2013, Meet the Robots is composed of brothers Si and Matt Webster, [Read More...]

Ezra Furman “Perpetual Motion People”

July 6, 2015 // 3 Comments

Ezra Furman has been around the music scene since about 2006, but somehow he has remained a bit under the radar. His new album, Perpetual Motion People, recorded with his current band, The Boyfriends ( Jorgen Jorgensen on Bass, Ben Joseph on Keyboards and guitar, Sam Durkes on drums and Tim [Read More...]

Leon Bridges “Coming Home”

July 2, 2015 // 6 Comments

My parents come from Mexico and were big on soul music of the 60’s. I grew up listening to the sounds of soul… Aretha Franklin, Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, James Brown, Otis Redding and many more. They had a certain thing for nostalgia and the days of the past. My parents loved the movie [Read More...]

Bully “Feels Like”

June 23, 2015 // 1 Comment

Feels Like album artwork. Bully’s debut full-length album, Feels Like drops today and it’s a complete nostalgic trip.. In the sense that it’s an absolute instant classic and if you haven’t heard Trying or I Remember, then now is your chance to make up for all the lost time. [Read More...]

Wolf Alice “My Love is Cool”

June 22, 2015 // 4 Comments

My Love is Cool album artwork. Everyone loves a good U.K. rock band, as you all have noticed the GATRS are no exception, the Brits have been killing it on the musical front since basically forever. The GATRS want to welcome the newest, Enter Wolf Alice. Their debut album, My Love is Cool, is out [Read More...]

The Vaccines “English Graffiti”

May 25, 2015 // 3 Comments

The third full length album from the Vaccines was one I was very highly anticipating, to say the least. I heard Post Break-Up Sex in 2011 when it was featured as the iTunes free download of the week and The Vaccines have yet to disappoint me. I wasn’t surprised that Handsome is the opening track; [Read More...]

Album Review: Motopony “Welcome You”

May 15, 2015 // 1 Comment

After a lengthy break, the Seattle-based band have a second album coming out June 23, 2015 entitled Welcome You. The six piece is made up of Daniel Blue (Vocals/Guitar), Forrest Mauvais (Drums), Mike Notter (Guitar), Nate Daley (Guitar), Andrew Butler (Keyboard), and Terry Mattson (Bass). [Read More...]
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