Today's song is "Headstands" by Sir Cadian Rhythm. The New York City group is comprised of Jack Weppler (vocals), Matt Carlin (keyboard/trombone/vocals), Alex Laudani (guitar), Richie Cluxton (bass), and Micah Cowher (drums). Since their formation in 2015, the band has gone on to perform all over the east coast opening for national acts including Andy Grammer, Blues … [Read more...] about Song of the Day: “Headstands” by Sir Cadian Rhythm
Looking for some new music to divulge in? Check out Baltimore’s Ballyhoo! Playing the entire summer on the House of Marley stage at Warped Tour, Ballyhoo gained a huge following this summer. Not only did they play Warped, they’ve shared the stage with acts such as 311 and Slightly Stoopid. Their latest work is Daydreams which really offers a good look at what Ballyhoo! is all … [Read more...] about Artist Of The Month: Ballyhoo!
With it's playfulness yet constantly steady booming sounds "Kindegarten," the opening track of Fang Island's Major is a reminder that class was not always about science and math, but also about learning the paths of life. With the lyrics "all I know/I learned in/kindergarten" repeating in the background after a lengthy piano introduction, the track is a great introduction to a … [Read more...] about Fang Island – Major
Ah metalcore, a genre of music that I’ve never quite known what to do with. Some people love to blare it in the gym, or in their truck, or in a garage somewhere; at the end of the day it doesn’t really matter where metalcore gets played, what matters is that it gets played as loud as possible. Of Mice and Men’s third album, a reissue of their second album, The Flood reissue … [Read more...] about Of Mice and Men – The Flood Reissue Review
Solid rock music, not pop rock or alternative rock: that is exactly what The Gaslight Anthem brings to the table in their fourth album, HANDWRITTEN. The rock genre of music seems to have forgotten what its all about. Numerous artists are attempting to evolve the genre with the use of synthesizers and mixing in other styles of music; while this is terrific and keeps the genre … [Read more...] about “The Gaslight Anthem – HANDWRITTEN from the Heartland”