The band: sultry, feisty, in-your-face. Lia Sells Fish rocks the whole fish market to its core.
This band is bananas. Times Infinity will rock your little socks off.
For those who crave a classic sound given new life, check out The Shelter People.
Even though All The Saints released their debut nearly decade back, it doesn’t mean this band has lost their touch. On the contrary, All The Saints have progressively become more in tune with the heavy dark souls who wander around the bend playing gut-wrenching shows to those of us that crave more.
The balance of lifestyle with the music in which can be created from circumstance, Little Triggers is the rock holding it all together. When you come to the end of your road, we all hope to sound as well-crafted, tight-knit, and intriguingly seductive as Little Triggers.
Since his days as lead singer of the alt-rock band Ghosts of Eden, Tom Pino has spent much of his last 3 years writing songs for other artists, but on his debut single as a solo artist he shows signs of maturity and “exhibits shades of bluesy regret with a healthy dose of piano pop, with a touch of Lumineers-esque folk ambiance layered on top.” (UndergroundMusicCollective.com) For fans of John Mayer, The Lumineers, and Ruston Kelly.
THE ASTRONOTS are an American rock’n’roll outfit, spearheaded by its founding members, Niko Giaimo (Vocals/Guitar) and Allee Futterer (Vocals/Bass). The two are established musicians in their own right. Futterer has had years of cutting her musical teeth, backing some of the biggest names in the Los Angeles music scene, while Giaimo was an integral member of the scoring team behind productions such as Dexter and Dishonored II. The two come together on The Astronots, combining elements of their quintessential Los Angeles upbringing, classic rock, and west-coast cool. Now completed by guitarist Eddie Campbell, the group continues to wow audiences across the nation.
Inspired by the likes of Led Zeppelin, Alabama Shakes and Kings of Leon, the trio have crafted an EP oozing with gritty guitars, explosive percussion and raw energy. The highly anticipated Cotati is brought to life through its organic instrumentation and authentic lyricism. “We really wanted to capture something honest. The songs cover a variety of issues.. school/public mass shootings, anxiety, drinking, love, pain, passion, cheating. I think we managed to create individual genuine stories in each song. I think the theme would be honest perspective on many of life’s challenges”, they reveal.
Leading single ‘Settle Down’ narrates the feeling of anxiety and being trapped inside yourself. Featuring resonating guitars, throbbing basslines and eerie layered vocals the track truly packs a punch. ‘El Dorado’ further showcases the band’s signature sound of rawkus rock’n’roll with vibrating soundscapes and raspy vocals.
The Astronots palpable garage sound has lent itself to placements on film and TV, as well as curated playlists and blogs. The Astronots song, ‘Black Milk’ from their 2017 E.P Strange Terrain was featured on the CBS hit television show Life in Pieces. While their song ‘Begging for More’ was placed in Andrew Garfield’s 2018 feature film, Under The Silver Lake. The Astronots propel into 2019 with the highly anticipated release of Cotati.
Don’t tell them what to do, and don’t try to corner this band into only a “Rock band”. Baby Shakes subtly throws the action of epic guitar licks in your face while proving to be much cooler than they let on.
Genuine, a bit on the dirty side, and Dazor are the band you want to be playing at that house party you’re about the throw. Dazor does not fall into the “oh cool song”, no… Dazor falls into the category that involves turning up the volume the moment someone mentions “All Night”. Leave all your inhibitions at the door, jump into the center, and begin to get lost in Dazor’s extraordinary world.