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A contemporary metal song with a classic hard rock feel. Absinthe River is a Colorado Springs writing/recording project comprised of Bob Szekely (vocals, lyrics, bass), Steve Stanulonis (guitars), Rob Rakoczy (drum programming, guitars keys, lyrics, vocals). For this song, the drum programming, backing guitar tracks, rhythm guitars and guitar solos were recorded in FL Studio 10. Bass and MIDI bass (Taurus-style) pedals were recorded in Studio ONE, and vocals in Garageband.
Broken Sky tries to elicit the picture of a bleak urban dystopia through its lyrics in the context of classic heavy metal, while hooking the listener with its riffs, power, tone and melodies. Please let us know if you feel we’ve achieved these objectives. If you don’t believe that we have met these, please let us know how you think we fell short, and provide suggestions as to how we could improve this.
Candice’s songwriting is real, honest, and vulnerable, yet she is positive, determined and confident. She sings, writes and performs to make others feel good about themselves, not to make others feel good about her
For a decade, The Nikhil Korula Band has authentically blended calypso, rock, reggae, African and Latin grooves into an irresistible elixir enjoyed equally by the jam band community and AAA and college radio.
In the lead track of his new CD “Time to Build a New World” singer songwriter and social activist Mike Stout asks “Where is the soul of America?
In these times of warring political factions putting the government in unproductive grid lock Mike Stout asks what happened to the driving American spirit that united Americans to do great things. In this bluesy slide guitar driven tune a big CSNY style chorus of singers asks:
“Where is the soul of America? Where is the spirit that made you great? Where is the soul of America? We need it now more than ever today. Where’s the will, that brought the Bill of Rights to stay, The ways and means to bring about our common dreams…now?”
“Time to Build a New World” will be available on iTunes and Amazon on Oct 25, 2013
Frederick is a band hailing from the music-loving city of Austin, Texas. The band began as a project of singer/songwriter Neil Faulkner, and has since evolved into a collaboration between musicians from diverse backgrounds. This diversity contributes to the band’s unique sound, melding influences of Americana, Indie Rock, and Folk, to name a few. Even prior to the release of Frederick’s 4-song, self-titled EP in August of 2013, the band was already creating a buzz.
Former Berklee College of Music alumni, brazilian singer and songwriter masterly debuts her first album which syntesizes her jazz, blues, soul and pop musical influences.
Sunshine (Fireflies) - Jae Franklin - a perfect bouncy, soul-filled tune perfect for a beautiful Fall day.
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You’re determined to have your own way because you have a strong belief that your view what you have in your head is the best one. Being a headstrong person is not always a bad thing. Sometimes headstrong people make history because they fight traditional values or outdated rules that need to be changed.
Straight out of High School this 4 piece Metalcore band from a small town in Ohio is making waves. The Ep Stranded was Recorded at Random Awesome! Studio in MI, engineered by Josh Schroeder. The band comes out of the gate swinging, raw and hard with attractive chorus melodies. In a matter of two weeks from release the band has sold over 1000s C.D. Here is one of the tracks “Surface” on soundcloud.
“24-hour News.. You can’t ignore it. Does it exist for the greater good? for better.. or worse? to entertain us? - and for profit”..
A current flows through British composer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Robin Foster’s music, a mesmerising quality conjuring up images of passing landscapes, fast-paced city nights and smoky colours, an eternal road movie.
Latin Alternative Pop Rock
The spiritually centered vibes on Rebirth come from the boldness to be humble and musically pure. The album is a migration back to Beto’s creative birthplace. “I feel like it’s the first album where I got it right,” he says. “It takes a lifetime, but now I feel like I’m really getting somewhere.”