We recently checked out “NeverEnding Nightmare from Chad Tepper Featuring The Unlikely Candidates. Chad Tepper is the ultimate optimist the lyrics tell a story of perseverance and serve as a reminder to enjoy life while we’re still living. Chad Tepper has created a legit party anthem “NeverEnding Nightmare “ is your new favorite song that you just haven’t heard yet .
Sometimes life can feel like a nightmare that never ends but there’s nothing we can do but smile and get through it.” – Chad Tepper
You can listen to “NeverEnding Nightmare”Here . Chad Tepper and The Unlikely Candidates have created an absolute gem of a song that you have to check out .
We recently checked out the debut single “Drive Too Fast “ from multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Scott Goldbaum .
“Drive Too Fast” is off his upcoming debut solo EP “Protector” set for release later this fall.
Thematically, the record follows a vulnerable character who’s in need of protection as he becomes the protector of others. “Drive Too Fast” is a face first collision course into the dark corners of a speed induced lifestyle
“Drive Too Fast” is a beautifully orchestrated track that has a cinematic feel to it . Vocally Scott Goldbaum has a distinctive and authentic voice that is both refreshing and welcoming giving “Drive Too Fast a very familiar feel to it. You can listen to “Drive Too Fast “ Here
You can check out the video for “Drive Too Fast” below.
Armed with new singer Triston Bracht formerly of Hellbot.Seattle based rockers Moon Fever having a scorching and addicting song “Live Fast Die Young “ you are going to want to put this one on permanent repeat.
“Live Fast Die Young” was written by Mitch Micoley, Triston Bracht, and Jim Kaufman, and produced by Jim Kaufman in Los Angeles. The music video, filmed in downtown Seattle shows the band in its rawest form. Rock n rolling from the rehearsal room at the notorious venue El Corazon to rooftops in Seattle.
Live Fast Die Young is a song about living for the now, cuz we only have so much time left. It’s a high energy up tempo rock n roll banger.” – Mitch Mcoley
You can watch the video for “Live Fast Die Young” below
We are absolutely pumped that we get to listen to a new Dancing On Tables single today ! “So What” which is their second single off their upcoming debut album “Colour In The Grey”out October 14th on Enci Records.
’So What’ takes raw and delicate lyrics about the realisation that you would do anything to get an old relationship back, reliving all the mistakes you made and the games that plays with your head, and pairs them with anthemic rock.”
The contrast between the intimate lyrics and heavy sound act as a way to show how, in a world where it feels like it’s not normal for men to talk honestly about their feelings, people find ways to hide what they really want to say. ‘So What’ acts as a mask, allowing someone to say things deep from the heart that they wouldn’t otherwise feel comfortable in saying in a different scenario.
Dancing On Tables are this incredible musical energy and they make music that touches the human soul and heart . And It doesn’t matter what volume it’s at because, at the end of the day great music finds us all .
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sunsetto is back doing only what he can on his new mint of a single “On The Side” (ft Calabasas) sunsetto gives us vivid and detailed stories thru his signature meldoic flow . sunsetto tapped Los Angeles-based production duo Calabasas – who have previously penned and produced songs for Kanye West, Marc E Bassy and UnoTheActivist – to add their vibey R&B-electronica touch to the track. “Calabasas are two of my favorite artists and producers,” he says. “It was a great session, we made the song in two hours, and it’s a big vibe.”
sunsetto elaborates on the genesis of the new single: “’on the side’ is meant to be a fun one. ‘If you find somebody new, keep me on the side” is something you never hear. I was thinking about love and possession, the metaphor about picking flowers, and popular sayings like ‘cuffing or claiming.’ I don’t know if the lyric is how I really feel, or how anyone really feels, but it’s fun and light. Like the way things feel at the start of a relationship.”
Sometimes when you least expect it… the universe gives you a gift . This was exactly how we felt when we heard the absolutely brilliant new single the “Ordinary Life” from the equally brilliant and amazing Bristol (UK) based indie noir-pop artist Emily Breeze.
The track was recorded and produced at the legendary Rockfield Studios by Stew Jackson (Massive Attack), mastered by Pete Maher (Pixies, Jack White, The Rolling Stones) and features all star players Rob Norbury (lead guitar), Andy Sutor (drums), Graham Dalzell (bass) and Helen Stanley (synth). It’s a reflection on a gloriously misspent youth and a celebration of the “magic, misery, miracles and monotony that are sewn into the fabric of everyday existence”.
We find OrdinaryLife “ to be chock full of honesty,blazing wit and the promise that there are still musicians out there who are at their core are artists. Emily Breeze is a magnificent artist with an amazingly unique style all her own and “Ordinary Life” is a true masterpiece.
Speaking of the inspiration for the song Emily says, “It’s a quest that involves biblical first loves and tragic one night stands, epic all nighters and the quiet desperation that follows as your dreams disperse like the fronds of a dandelion clock in the cold morning air. You blink, two decades have passed and you become the thing you always despised, a three dimensional, functional adult with reasonable expectations… Or perhaps it’s the theme song to the end of a John Hughes movie set twenty years after Prom night, except it’s not prom night, it’s Butlins and Mike Leigh is directing but Simple Minds and Souxsie Sioux are still sparkling in the spotlight, and so are you.”
We hear shades of Lou Reed and Patti Smith but eve more we hear Emily Breeze and that is music to our ears . If it were up to us we’d make her the next poet laureate.
“Ordinary Life” is available today via Sugar Shack Records. You can listen to “Ordinary Life” on Spotify Here and on Apple Music Here
Ordinary Lifeis the opening track to Emily’s third solo album Rapturewhich she describes as “A collection of coming-of (middle) age stories which celebrate flamboyant failure, excess and acceptance”, due for release January 2023. We absolutely can’t wait !
We recently checked out the brand new sultry single from amazing singer/Songwriter KiKi Holli “Sun Playing Tricks” KiKi once again brings her original, soulful approach to a hypnotic and seductive track that catches your attention right away .
KiKi Holli displays effortless vocal magic on “Sun Playing Tricks “ that will leave you completely awestruck. In each track she releases KiKi keeps upping her game and “Sun Playing Tricks “ is no exception.
Sun Playing Tricks”, produced and mixed by Grammy nominated Ethan Allen, is an exciting alt-pop song with a soulful vibe.Recorded at Royal Triton Studios in Silverlake, CA. Mastered by Grammy winner, David Collins.
With a new E.P. In the works we cannot wait to see what KiKi Holli does next .
We were beyond delight to Listen to new music from the amazing Mae Krell. “Tooth Fairy” is Mae‘s first new single since the release of her acclaimed 4-track EP, ‘imposter syndrome,’ which was debuted earlier this year. The EP struck a chord with fans and tastemakers alike, with PRIDE aptly describing it as “an intimate and heart-wrenching dissection of the unavoidable self-doubt we all experience in our 20s.”
Mae Krell has an unmistakable original sound that reaches not only your ears but, your soul . “Tooth Fairy “ hooks you it with it’s smoky jazz sound that Mae Krell weaves in between beautifully written lyrics.
Her newest single, “tooth fairy,” is one of the previously unreleased tracks that came from the ‘imposter syndrome’ EP sessions. Beautiful, heart-wrenching and deeply introspective, “tooth fairy” is a song about coming to the realization that you may be better off without someone who you previously thought was indispensable. Mae elaborates: “I wrote it after I found out that someone who used to be my best friend moved to the city where I grew up. It felt like tearing open an old wound that I didn’t know I had, and also put me in a spot to question: if the chance were to arise, would I want to give them a second chance? That’s something I’m still trying to figure out.”
Today we checked out the new single and music video”Tantrum! “ from San Francisco post punk / country + western quartet Steakhouse.
Steakhouse is made of Mark Lee on Vocals and Keys formerly of Toiling Midgets and Reid Black on guitar (ex-Innaway; currently of Into Another ) who are the principal songwriting team,along with drummer Brian Michelson and bassist Ville Vilpponen
Steakhouse has a unique style and sound that is both familiar yet has it’s own fresh appeal.
On “Tantrum! the opening track to their upcoming full-length is a track that employs a certain age-old country familiarity, with a slight twist. On top of the primordial, sinister air of the instrumentals, with a sticking Cramps-eque guitar, Take Tantrum!, the opening track to their upcoming full-length for example: a track that employs a certain age-old country familiarity, with a slight twist. On top of the primordial, sinister air of the instrumentals, with a sticking Cramps-eque guitar, Tantrum! is your classic—albeit drastic—tale of a man scorned by the murderous, “horror double feature” of a woman he loves, though he wouldn’t have her be any other way!is your classic—albeit drastic—tale of a man scorned by the murderous, “horror double feature” of a woman he loves, though he wouldn’t have her be any other way.
Earlier this week we checked out Bay Area indie emo / sad rock band Taxes and their amazing new song and video for “Frozen Lake” which is on their forthcoming new record. We are absolutely over the moon for this song so much so it’s our “Track Of The Day”
The song and video features vocals from Aishlin Harrison (daughter of Talking Heads’ Jerry Harrison).