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Sin for Saints Release “Sad Songs”

If pop-punk truly is making the comeback everyone seems to be convinced that it is in 2021, it would be more than logical to think that the genre’s harder counterparts - and aesthetical cousins, for that matter - would be as well. Sin for Saints...

The Dead Daisies Releases Single/Video

Don’t believe the nonsense that certain critics will try to sell you when it comes to the subject of rock n’ roll vitality; if there were ever a time when evidence of the genre’s sustainability was plentiful, it’s in 2021. Super-groups like The Dead Daisies...

Mr. Greg Hoy – “Here” Comes the Light”

Grinding and heavy when we need it, tight and crunchy when he does; if there’s a guy alive in the underground today who knows how to utilize guitar distortion to make a point in his music, it’s undeniably Mr. Greg Hoy, and his new single...

“Whatchugot” by Jake Inzerra

While I wouldn’t say his vocal stands as the only point of emphasis in the kaleidoscopic new single “Whatchugot,” Jake Inzerra’s voice is decidedly a primary attraction for those who lust after bold melodicism in this latest release to bear his name. “Whatchugot” definitely presents...

“Halfway” from Alex Woodard

Rhythm doesn’t always become the defining point in a quality rock song, but when it does, it’s often due to the thunderous presence it possesses in a master mix. This is somewhat true of the beats we find in the new single and music video...

“Got Me Dreaming” by Kristina Murrell

Sophisticated composing is great, but it doesn’t really become effective until a star-caliber singer comes into the fold. The basic notion of the melodies in “Got Me Dreaming” is certainly one that could make just about any conventional R&B fan eager to hear what the...

John Reilly Drops “La La La (Bulletproof)”

Rock n’ roll is a genre often at its best when there are purities behind the material it’s producing, especially when taking into account how much corruption some of its proudest acts have endured in the past ten years or so. John Reilly is aware...

“Pain” by Kam Dutchie

Modern music videos are more than just a visual component to a stirring soundtrack; they’re an additional layer of emotion to be shared, often completely independent or clandestinely complementary of what lyrics can suggest on their own. Kam Dutchie takes this side of his artistry...

Americanal Sensation Casey Ahern Releases New Single/Video

Casey Ahern has been developing her vocal skills in and outside of the recording studio quite marvelously in the last couple of years, and in her new single and music video “Bradley,” she makes it difficult for even the hardest of country critics to deny...

Travis Atria’s solo debut Moonbrain

Two events over the course of 2017-2018 proved pivotal to the writing of Travis Atria’s solo debut Moonbrain. It isn’t an outgrowth of Atria’s previous work with the band Morningbell; instead, it owes a huge debt to Curtis Mayfield’s work but never sounds nakedly imitative. Instead,...