The phrase “Long Live All of Us” is the title of Glossary’s seventh full-length album, but it’s also meant as an all-inclusive homage to humanity. Frontman Joey Kneiser says, in light of all the bad things happening in the world, the band just wanted to make a positive record.
“How many of ya’ll are familiar with the League of Extraordinary G’z?” was the question posed by Bavu Blakes, indie rap veteran and reigning godfather of the Austin Texas Hip Hop scene, as he stood on a dimly lit stage in the summer of 2009 introducing a highly anticipated debut live performance. The crowd of locals exploded. They were familiar.
According to hip hop artist Skewby's confidently titled 2009 mixtape, he's been "Proving You Wrong Since 1988." Reigning as a rapper/producer from Memphis, Tennessee, his first major move was to ignore the trend of Southern Gangsta Rap being the guaranteed method of expression. Instead, he opted to showcase his smooth flow of clever lyrics laced with catchy beats. It wasn't long before Skewby gain
Directed by: Ryan Ohm vimeo.com/rohm Brothers in Law is a three pieces band born from a real relationship connection. Funny enough their music is much more powerful than their (almost) blood connection. Nicola and Giacomo at the guitars and Andrea at the (standing) drums play their indie dream rock together since 2010. Brothers in Law will release their first full lenght "Hard Times For Dreamers" at the end of January 2013.
Crafting dreamy synthpop since 2010, Brothertiger, AKA John Jagos, aims to capture the beauty and awe of life in his music. He released his first full-length, Golden Years, with great success on Mush Records in 2012, and previously released 2 EPs showcasing his work. Having relocated to Brooklyn, John is currently working on his next full length which he plans to release in 2013.
Cello Fury is a rarity in the music world: three classically trained cellists and a rock drummer performing high-energy original music in venues ranging from concert halls to rock clubs. Appealing to a wide audience across age groups and musical interests sets Cello Fury apart from your average rock band. Continually developing their own unique style of cello rock music, cellists Simon Cummings, Ben Muñoz and Nicole Myers along with drummer David Throckmorton unleash vitality and rhythmic drive in their music and dare to venture past classical expectations.
With his husky voice, a head full of catchy tunes and a story to tell, Jack Savoretti would seem to have everything it takes.
Yet, just one year ago - with two albums already to his name, a raft of rave reviews, and a legion of fans from five years of solid gigging - Jack was about to pack it all in.
Having left his former label and management, he had become thoroughly disillusioned with the music biz at the age of 27. "I was seriously thinking about giving it all up," he admits. He had just gotten married, had a kid on the way, and hadn't written a song in months.
Royal Canoe is a group of musicians on a mission to construct ambitious, inventive music. The songs are thick with catchiness, rich in rhythm and are consistently pushing against the boundaries of pop music.
Jesse Boykins III is a singer / songwriter with a timeless sound. He is the creator of a new approach to music he calls “World Soul” in which he shares a point of view that crosses all genres, generations and cultures.
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