Alternative Rock

Check out photos of Harvard of the South as they open for Blue October out on Heart Go Bang Tour

May 20, 2017

  If you are heading out to the next couple Blue October shows, make sure to arrive early so you don’t miss Harvard of the South.  The band which formed from a side project with members of Blue October, Hurricane Bells and Longwave. We caught their recent performance as they kicked off the night at the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco on May 17, 2017. It was quite a set! You couldn’t help but feel the rock take over your soul. Just last week Harvard of the South released their latest single, the compelling new song, Without and is from their forthcoming LP.  The catchy new song features emotionally driven lyrics, along with powerful vocals wrapped in an ethereal essence. You can take a listen and pick up the song as a FREE Download here:   You can check out photos by our Rockin Ryan from their set: Catch Harvard of the South as they continue to open for Blue October during the current leg of The Heart Go Bang Tour.   Band Members: Justin [Read More]


Blues Rockers Kingsborough release music video for their new single, Something Strange

May 19, 2017

It’s here!! The new video and single from Kingsborough. Just in time for you to crank up loud for the weekend.  The blues rockers have just released a music video for their new track, Something Strange. The song is the latest single off their upcoming album, 1544.  The video features a night of great music, fans, and a massive bonfire. Check out Something Strange here: The song features their signature bluesy and soulful  rock and roll. We can’t tell you enough about this great band.  They literally bring an intensity to their music, soulful vocals that just grab a hold of you, catchy choruses, spectacular guitar solos, striking rhythms and big harmonies that need their own zip code. From Alex’s great finger picking, to Billy’s endless energy and charisma, to John’s heavy hitting precision drumming and Chris’s velvety smooth basslines – you are hooked!  When these four come together, they create something magical. As we have said before, this is one band that you can only be described as “ROCK AND ROLL AT ITS FINEST”. Pick [Read More]


Mondo Cozmo releases new single, Automatic

May 19, 2017

MONDO COZMO releases new single, Automatic, off his forthcoming full-length debut album, Plastic Soul [Republic Records], due out this summer. On the new single he comments, “It’s a big fucking tune. I think it’s going to take over the world. It was all stream-of-consciousness.” The highly anticipated follow up single to “Shine,” features a hidden guest sample by Charlie Walk (President, Republic Group). Mondo Cozmo used a drum sample from an Instagram video Walk posted of himself playing drums and used it as a foundation of the song. Listen closely you just might hear it!  Take a listen to the new track here: This summer, Mondo Cozmo engages a full-blown summer festival invasion, performing at nearly every top festival and in the fall, he will be performing with SPOON for a string of dates not to be missed. Check out the full itinerary below. TOUR DATES:05/20 – Hangout Music Festival – Gulf Shores, AL +05/26 – Sasquatch Music Festival – George, WA +05/28 – Boston Calling – Boston, MA +05/30 – Higher Ground Ballroom – Burlington, VT06/02 – [Read More]


Check out the new video from No Joy for their track, Hellhole

May 16, 2017

No Joy has just released a new music video for their track Hellhole which is off their EP Creep. The CREEP EP has also been re-pressed on beautiful neon green vinyl and is released through new label Grey Market and is available to purchase here: The new video for Hellhole is a great nostalgic one to watch as it features the band’s singer Jasamine White-Gluz as a teen (at the time she was trying to make her own version of a Sheryl Crow video). The song is a celestial shoe gaze track that brings out a colorful vibe. The video is great and captures the fun-spirited and talented Jasamine as a teen. Check it out here: Pick up the new EP and make sure to visit their social media sites. Information & Links: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram:


Youth In Revolt announce tour dates with Light Up The Sky for “Nightlife in Revolt Tour”

May 16, 2017

Youth In Revolt have announced tour dates for their upcoming “Nightlife In Revolt Tour”. The tour will feature co-headlining acts  Youth in Revolt and Light Up The Sky. The tour will kick off on June 17th in Detroit, MI. Check out the tour dates below: Earlier this year Youth In Revolt released their debut full-length album, The Broken, via Outerloop Records and can be picked up by heading over to Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news. ~ Marisol Information & Links: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:


Flora Cash talks about their new album –  a glowing world of melancholy music. By Patrick O’Heffernan

May 16, 2017

    (Los Angeles)  Flora Cash is a duo composed of Minnesotan Cole Randall and Swede Shpresa Lleshaj, now based in Stockholm, Sweden. In their latest album, Nothing Lasts Forever (And It’s Fine), they have distilled feelings from their own love story into notes, lyrics and emotions that are an adventure into a misty world of melancholy without sadness.  They met on Soundcloud in early 2012 and by the end of the year, they had released two EPs, Mighty Fine EP and Made It For You and built a fan base in Europe. The duo moved to Minneapolis in 2013, got married, moved back to Stockholm by way of LA  to release I Will Be There and their latest album Nothing Lasts Forever (And It’s Fine).  I am hooked on them and anyone who listens will be too.  They are visiting LA right now and stopped by to talk .   Patrick. You released your new album Nothing Lasts Forever (And It’s Fine) last month in LA.  Congratulations.   Cole. Thank you it was a [Read More]

BottleRock Napa 2017

BottleRock Napa Valley Announces 2017 Art Program

May 10, 2017

Internationally known Napa Valley resident Gordon Huether is 2017 featured artist NAPA, CA, May 10, 2017 — BottleRock Napa Valley, presented by JaM Cellars, has announced its art program for the the three-day music, wine, food and brew festival, May 26-28, 2017, in historic downtown Napa. Featured artist and Napa Valley resident Gordon Huether will display five sculpture installations throughout the festival grounds, including Hand of the Land, Barrel Rings, Redhead, Reflections and Silver Twist.   “BottleRock reflects the best of Napa Valley, pairing great music with the amazing wine, food and weather for which the Valley is known,” stated Justin Dragoo of Latitude 38 Entertainment. “For our art program in 2017, we wanted to continue the theme and feature Gordon who is perhaps our area’s most renowned artist. He is internationally acclaimed but makes his home here in Napa. The Valley is lucky to have Gordon as one of our own, and we are thrilled to showcase his work at the festival.”   As a widely collected artist, Gordon Huether specializes in large-scale, site-specific [Read More]