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Tough On Fridays shows us a glimpse into the future with ‘Overboard!’

Since 2017, Tough On Fridays has consistently created outstanding music that suits them, rather than pandering to what the industry wants. As a result, each track they release has an authentic feel. You can hear the personal connection to their work. Since their early days, they showcased an impressive depth to their lyrics and arrangement […]

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Bramses Xalyxys Shows off The ‘Mysterious Warrior’

From its earliest days, music was meant to tell stories. It seems that in this modern world that art has been lost, especially in the singles only mindset. Concept albums have become rare but our new discovery Bramses Xalyxys is here with a powerful one to bring an interesting story to life. For the multi-talented […]

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Makes My Blood Dance Is “Together Apart”

It’s a provocative, colorful horror show in the new music video for Makes My Blood Dance’s “Together Apart,” but considering the gothic direction the band is taking their sound in, we shouldn’t be all that surprised by the imagery here. While I liked what I was hearing when Makes My Blood Dance dropped their debut […]

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BREATH IN The Lunar Keys’ New Single “Oxygen Type”

The Lunar Keys are continuing to stir up a solid cult following in the U.K. Their live shows have connected with a dedicated fan-base who are enthralled to personally embrace the band’s self-described intersection of neurotic pop and alt rock. For certain, the Keys’ much anticipated latest single offering “Oxygen Type” will launch them to […]

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The Rocketz are ‘Lovesick & Heartbroke’

The lack of live shows over the past couple years definitely put a damper on the bands that thrive in that setting. Fortunately Rock ‘n Roll will never die and is now back with a vengeance. Leading that charge in the live rock scene is our friends from The Rocketz. The Los Angeles, California trio […]

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Celebrate Loud Rock n Roll With Black Masses

Musical styles and genres will always come and go. One that will always last forever and have a huge following is straight up loud Rock ‘n Roll. The power and energy will always find its way to new listeners ready for the ride. Our new discovery Black Masses is here to continue that tradition with […]

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“Don’t Say Goodbye” says Andrew Reed & The Liberation

Making use of a lumbering beat is as classic a move in heavy music as turning up the overdrive, but when Andrew Reed & The Liberation do this in their new single “Don’t Say Goodbye,” it feels a little more refreshing than you would think. In the past few years, rock on the mainstream side […]

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Holy Wars tell us to ‘Eat it Up, Spit it Out’ with their new album

Describing the band Holy Wars is not a simple task. At first, they come across as just a rock band, but they are so much more than that. Since the early days of their debut EP ‘Mother Father‘, they showcased an impressive and thought-provoking lyrical depth that pulls no punches. Kat Leon (vocalist/songwriter) and Nicolas […]