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.
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””
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”
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””
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”
8 is such an interesting number. It’s the only number that, when written, the pencil never comes to a complete stop. Writing the number 8 can go one forever as you keep going and going over the same number. Wait, is that why it’s just an upright infinity symbol? Mind blown. Yes, that was very off topic but that’s how we decided to introduce 8 Graves and their recent release, “Silly of Me“. Continue reading “8 Graves bring you their new release, “Silly of Me””
April 14, 2017 – Ate 5 twinkies and 2 Little Debbie Brownies…Oh, wait. This isn’t my food journal. Please disregard that first sentence but definitely keep that date on your calendar because that’s the date Westing has announced the release of their EP, “I Haven’t Been Feeling Myself“. Continue reading “Westing wants to have everyone listen to Hardcore Emo as he releases his album “I Haven’t Been Feeling Myself” on April 14th”
Dance, go out and dance with the musical notes as you float with the wind. Take into account every single sound the music gives you. Go on and feel, really feel the music flow through your veins. Eva & The Oak really make you feel like you are one with your body, mind and soul with their new EP, “Floriography”. The date the EP is set to be released is March 15, but you can already listen to tracks through her soundcloud account. Continue reading “Get lost in the ethereal sounds of Eva & The Oak with their new EP, “Floriography””
The Reason is another Scottish band that made its debut earlier this year and we have the honor in being one of the chosen few to review their new EP, “Initiation“. We’ll tell you this, for now, it’ll be our little secret of this newly discovered Alternative Rock band that we get to enjoy for a bit longer until they blow up. The Reason hails from Glasgow, where it currently reigns as the music scene of Scotland due to the it being the national cultural hub.
Fern’s Gospel come onto the scene with guns blazing hot as they prepare to set the music world on fire with the release of their debut album, “The Cannonball“. Now, you may be inclined to label them an Alternative Rock band, but make no mistake they want to be known by much more. They bring a clash of genres that come with addicting vocal hooks, progressive guitar sections, and a very unique style that blends pop, folk, and rock. Although the songs may be diverse, they still have the connection and glue that keeps the central theme together. Continue reading “Fern’s Gospel release their debut album, “The Cannonball””
Be prepared to get your ears ringing because the only way to listen to The Novacs is with the volume turned all the way up. The Novacs were one of the very first artists we’ve had the pleasure to work with and they come back with another smashing track, “Olivia“. Before we ever hit the play button we knew, we knew this was going to be another one of our personal favorites since “Found” was so damn epic. Continue reading “The Novacs are back and ready to explode with “Olivia””