Tag Archives: alt-rock

Fate Under Fire Sultry Ask For ‘La La Love’

It’s a mark of the talent of Fate Under Fire that they’ve been able to place their music with a number of feature-length and television productions while never compromising their musical vision. Instead, it’s easy to hear what draws those creators to using the Sacramento, California based band’s music.   The four-piece band serves up
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The Color Forty Nine drop Alt-Americana EP

From San Diego, The Color Forty Nine has released a debut self-titled record that comes with seven songs cut from the Americana cloth but also falls into its alternative rock listing with more of a folk-rock and even a singer/songwriter approach to round out their categorization factors. But make no mistake this is a band with
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D.L. Byron is back With Satori

In his new song “No. 1 God,” which serves as the first track on the brand new EP Satori by D.L. Byron, the complacent silence of a generation of yes men and sycophants is broken with an explosive, lumbering riff that rockets us down a wide open country road, nothing in our way to stop us. We’re
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IBG Interview – 7 Questions With… Added Color

If you missed the debut of Mr. Industry from Brazilian rock group Added Color, you’re missing out on five great tracks that explore a deep meaning. Expressed through high levels of talent and expertise, the creativity that went into Mr. Indusrtry flows with each guitar strum and drum hit.   Mr. Industry has been out for almost a month,
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