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Posts Tagged ‘Alternative’

Field of Giants: ‘In Arcadia’ – The heightened production level is evident

Field of Giants is a UK based, independent hard rock band. After a string of local shows to test their new material, the band, release their new 7 track album (Official Release Date 30th June 2017) with 2 bonus tracks.  The ne...


MAGAZINE GAP turn out another blinder with “Ran For Cover”!

Music should be all like this. Not in style or sound, but in dedication, passion and craftsmanship. This is what we, as customers, should demand from record companies at all times. The question is do major record companies even...



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Jus Guap: “Roger That (2017 Remix)” – youthful exuberance meets absolute creative freedom

Jus Guap is a 19 year old artist from Brooklyn, New York. He runs a Record Label called ‘The Kingdom’ that features 7 artists from the same age group. There is not one song that from Jus Guap that has a similar sound to the...



A New Way to Live Forever: “Monument” is intense and very melodic

Fort Lauderdale’s A New Way to Live Forever is an alternative indie-rock band led by dynamic front man Russ Rogers (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar) with Phil Tucciarone (Drums), Steve Velez (Bass), Stephen Rose (Guitar) and Daniel Dyer...


MiXE1: “Don’t Break Apart” – a stepping stone towards a new direction

MiXE1 is a three-piece electro-rock band from Hertfordshire, England. Formed in 2010, the current lineup features Mike Evans on vocals, Lee Towson on guitar and Lee O’Brien on drums, with each member each providing synth work...



22Hertz: “Detonate” – meticulous craftsmanship

22Hertz is a solo Heavy Alternative Rock project by singer and producer Ralf Muller. The Toronto artist combines abrasive underground sonics with pop elements and hooks into a sound reminiscent of Nine Inch Nails. At their sign...


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Kyley Styles: “LEAD SINGER COMPLEX” – a metaphor for our own personal strengths and weaknesses

The first full length album by independent alternative rock artist Kyley Styles is by all means and intent a concept album of sorts. The liner notes describe the experience as: “LEAD SINGER COMPLEX” displays the contrasting...


Billy Stark Stone: “Revolution Rerun” – a little too different to be conventional!

Billy Stark Stone has been around the block within the music industry. He was the lead singer and founding member of New York’s original teen punk band The Blessed. But apart from punk rock, Billy is well versed in the rock...



Christina Rubio: “Godspeed and Guns” – cinematic in its approach

Christina Rubio hails from Brooklyn NY. Her mother, an Irish Catholic and her father, an Italian-immigrant, Christina was raised with her 7 siblings. Realizing her passion for music in her late teens, she began playing within ...


Lakotah: “Hold Me Near” – luxurious and resonant

Lakotah belongs to that small group of contemporary artists, who are so necessary, to navigate musical times of pretense and despair. Her works represent songs from an authentic voice, an uncompromising wail of dissent toward m...