The Night Cafe release new Alternative track, “Felicity”

Just by listening to “Felicity” by The Night Cafe, we were able to automatically guess what type of band this is and the type of music they release. They hold a strong resemblance to Cage The Elephant and “Felicity” is just the track to show you one side of the band that closely follows in their footsteps. From the start of the initial guitar riff to the initial guitar chord from the rhythm guitar to signify its sound. They have a major influential sound of The Cure from the 80s and Cage The Elephant. The vocals hold tightly to the range the singer is comfortable and he doesn’t stray away too far from what he knows. Make no mistake, we are excited to listen to what they can come with in the future but for now, “Felicity” sounds all too familiar. We may be wrong, so please take a listen and give us your thoughts on the track.

Good things come in 3’s when you listen to Good Kid’s “Witches”

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There are 3 things that make this world go ’round: Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galacctica. Whoops, never mind that. We thought it was Dwight Schrute’s world and we were just living in it. Well, here’s another set of 3 things that make the world go ’round for the band being featured tonight: Music, computers, and video games. Good Kid is a band made of friends who like three of the those same things. The latter you can say would be the constant inspiration for all the writing and jam sessions they have. This is how they were able to show us “Witches“, their new track release that’s truly an alternative sound.

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Palm Haze pushes and pulls you with “Gravitation”

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You’ll find yourself deep inside the ethereal sounds between dreams and reality when you sink your teeth into this new track that Palm Haze just released. “Gravitation” truly makes you feel like you’re in limbo, in a state of mind where past and future meet, where consciousness and unconsciousness mesh together, courage and fear pick you apart, feel a pull or chase the feeling as music helps you make the choice.  Continue reading “Palm Haze pushes and pulls you with “Gravitation””

Minnesota’s finest: Early Eyes drop their new album Minutes

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Minneapolis is lucky to have such a great up-and-coming band like Early Eyes at their fingertips because they’re booked all around Minnesota. Just this weekend they reassured us why they are the next band to look out for. Their new EP, Minutes is breathtakingly exquisite and their track, “Good Hearts” is their cherry on top. We decided to delve into this track entirely because it’s the one that stood out to us the most.  Continue reading “Minnesota’s finest: Early Eyes drop their new album Minutes”

Ladies and Gentlemen: “When The Going Gets Tough” by The John Toms Dilemma

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We all know the saying, “When the going get tough, the tough get going” and we we’ve all experienced a rough patch in our lives. What do you do to overcome adversity? Don’t worry if you’re stumped for answers because The John Toms Dilemma plan to steer you in the right direction with none other than their track, “When The Going Gets Tough“.  Continue reading “Ladies and Gentlemen: “When The Going Gets Tough” by The John Toms Dilemma”

Stop what you’re doing and listen to Two Feet’s new mini EP immediately

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The world owes Harlem, New York a huge thank you because it’s responsible for giving us the next big band when it comes to Jazz & Blues, Two Feet. We were absolutely blown away by the release of their mini EP of “Love Is A Bitch” and “Had Some Drinks“. Continue reading “Stop what you’re doing and listen to Two Feet’s new mini EP immediately”

Sad Picnic has the tools to be the new Queen with “I Though I Knew”

We go through our lives thinking we know what’s best, we know what we want and who we want but in reality, we know diddly squat. This brings us to showcase our newest favorite band, Sad Picnic. They just released a new single that just blew us away and no one is going to argue with us. “I Thought I Knew” is too contagious that it’s spreading like wildfire, yet this is one wild fire we don’t want to put out and you shouldn’t either. Continue reading “Sad Picnic has the tools to be the new Queen with “I Though I Knew””

Scotland unveils another kick-ass band, The Double Standards and their new EP “Rocket Turtle”

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Scotland, Scotland, Scotland! We have another great 4-piece band coming out of this great country! We have The Double Standards, a pop-punk band from Hamilton, Scotland that can rock out with their co..socks out! We have been so blessed to have so many bands reach out to We Sound Strange but Scotland definitely takes the cake for not only having talented bands, but the nicest people you will ever meet. That’s why, when The Double Standards informed us of their new EP release of “Rocket Turtle“, we had to share it with our We Sound Strange family! The track we chose to showcase is our absolutely favorite, “She’s Not As Cool As She Thinks“. Continue reading “Scotland unveils another kick-ass band, The Double Standards and their new EP “Rocket Turtle””

That Hidden Promise delivers epic riff Rock with “All Things, All Will Come”

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No one hates anything more than an empty promise. An empty promise can be one of the most heartbreaking things in the world because we had so much hope built in that we really expected nothing less. Well, what is a promise? A statement telling someone that you will definitely do something, definitely. The word definitely makes all the difference. An empty promise is saying you will definitely do it but with the intention of definitely not doing it, definitely not. Find That Hidden Promise to deliver on their claim that their newest single that was just released, is in fact awesome. “All things, all will come” is Rock N’ Roll riffs and grit and its finest, and we also back that claim.  Continue reading “That Hidden Promise delivers epic riff Rock with “All Things, All Will Come””

The Reason are here to kick ass with their new EP, “How Does It Feel”

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Our favorite boys of Glasgow are back with a new EP and it rocks harder than ever. Scotland has provided the world with a fresh new face for Rock N’ Roll. The Reason is definitely a new addiction that we don’t plan on ever quitting. “How Does It Feel” follows up a damn good EP in “Initation” but they found a way to up it; you can listen to the difference in their play that they’ve really developed into better musicians, if that was even possible since they already kicked ass.  Continue reading “The Reason are here to kick ass with their new EP, “How Does It Feel””

Don’t be “Shy”, listen to Hunny

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When you add a little honey to something, boy does it sweeten it just the way you like it. Shoot, We wouldn’t be able to drink tea if we didn’t have any honey. We wouldn’t be able to say “Honey, I’m home” when we get home to our wives…who are we kidding, we’re not married! Rick Moranis would only say “I shrunk the kids” instead of his famous “Honey, I shrunk the kids”. Here we go again going off on a tangent instead of telling you what this damn post is all about. We want to introduce you to Hunny‘s new song “Shy“.  Continue reading “Don’t be “Shy”, listen to Hunny”