Spotlight Video: Check out The Alive and their video for The Man

October 24, 2020

  Time to shine the spotlight on the young California rockers The Alive. These talented young men have always captured our attention at the BottleRock Napa festival with their fierce high energy sets that we love. Check out their new video:     We can’t wait to see what is next for these rockers. They have a bright future ahead as they continue to hone their craft and deliver us a much needed dose of Rock! Make sure to visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on the latest news. Information & Links: Website: Facebook: Instagram: Youtube:  


MUST WATCH! MAGG DYLAN bond with brides to burn their wedding gowns in new “You Oughta Know (Alanis Morissette cover)” music video

October 23, 2020

Virginia Beach alternative metal band Magg Dylan have revealed a new music video for their latest single “You Oughta Know”, a stunning rendition of the Grammy-winning 90’s rock hit originally performed by Alanis Morissette. The video was directed by Eric Di Carlo and features real women (not actresses) liberating themselves from their experience of previous marriages gone bad. Watch the video Lead singer Suzanne DiIulio says about the song, We chose this song because it is so empowering, and it gives permission to not be okay during a break-up. The concept of the video came about at my best friend’s birthday party. She also went through a divorce and the idea of burning her wedding dress came up in conversation. We decided it would be amazing to have a bunch of real women instead of actresses burn their wedding dresses as well, so I asked some of my friends, and they asked some of their friends, and within a few days we actually had enough volunteers who were also willing to burn their wedding dresses for the shoot! It was a [Read More]


Indie Soul Pop Artist Selfdrou9ht releases new single and visualizer

October 23, 2020

  Indie R&B/soul pop artist, Selfdrou9ht announces his new single and accompanying visualizar, “The Comedown.” Central songwriter James Fasulo states, “This is a song about being a placeholder for someone who needs their emotional needs met, and the feeling one has when looking at the situation retrospectively as you’re left behind when you are no longer useful to them.  This is an unfortunately universal experience these days: going from wishing you could have been kept to realizing the user is the one who is losing out. This  realization  is what sets the song tonally;  it’s about self-ownership and restoration of value. The song has tinges of 80’s synth pop with Human League style melody changes, but littered through out are moments reminiscent of *NSYNC, The Weeknd, bedroom pop, and EDM.” Watch the video     About the artist After 10 years of paying dues in the alternative rock/punk scenes and 16 years performing in musical theater, Fasulo finally felt the pull to create something new by himself. He has always felt a disconnect between his artistic self and [Read More]


Lionheart release new live track video ‘LHHC’ from their upcoming live album

October 23, 2020

After the chart success of their current album ‘Valley Of Death’, Californias Metalcore legends Lionheart, announce the release of a live record. The album will be released November 6th. It was recorded during their live performance at Summerbreeze 2019. Lionheart also released a new live video for ‘LHHC’. It should give everyone, that hasn’t seen them live so far, an idea of what is going on at their shows on and off stage. From my own experiences I can assure you, it’s one of the most fun bands to watch live. The energy and fun they bring to the stage are carried right over to the audience. The current video is the third one from that Summerbreeze show. Check out ‘LHHC’, ‘Lock Jaw’ and ‘Still Bitter Still Cold’: You can pre-order the record and special bundles at »Live At Summer Breeze« tracklist: 01. Call Stomp 02. Hall Mary 03. Vultures 04. Pain 05. Still Bitter Still Cold 06. Keep Talkin’ 07. Trial by Fire 08. Lock Jaw 09. Love Don’t Live here 10. Rest In Power [Read More]


Motionless In White release new song ‘Creatures X’

October 23, 2020

Motionless In White celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their debut record ‘Creatures’. In light of this, the band released a new song today. Check out ‘Creatures X: To The Grave’ here: Chris Motionless, the bands’ vocalist, did a track by track for ‘Creatures’ for Rock Sound: To celebrate this anniversary properly, Motionless In White honor this with an online live event – a playthrough of ‘Creatures’ in its entirety on October 28th, 2020. Get your tickets now at For further information on the band, visit their social media at:

New Music

Sydney Sprague releases new song and video and announces record release date

October 23, 2020

Sydney Sprague has announced her brand new album “maybe i will see you at the end of the world” due out February 26th and released her new song and music video for “steve” out now. The 28-year-old, who recently signed to Rude Records, carries the same fire, creativity, and wit of her 90’s pop idols, combined with her familiar-yet-surprising hooks and hard-hitting, topical lyrics. “The true story of ‘Steve’ is me getting fed up with my whole life and starting over” explains Sydney on the song. “I was stuck in a dead-end job, surrounded by toxic friends and a failing relationship, living in an apartment I hated. I wrote this song at my breaking point, when I was finally like, enough, and I cut all of the bad out of my life”. Fans can also check out the song and acoustic video for “i refuse to die”, which was released last week. While the song was written before the nightmare that is 2020, Sydney could feel the negative energy looming and this song was written as a manifestation. The previous [Read More]


Kelsy Karter releases new video for Goodness Gracious!

October 22, 2020

  One of our favorite singers Kelsy Karter has just released a music video for  her infectious track Goodness Gracious. The New Zealand artist recently released her debut album, Missing Person and has continued to garner high praise for her release. Now you can check out Kelsy and her real-life boyfriend Adam Slack. About the video: At the 1:47 mark, Kelsy is seen spray painting two messages onto a concrete wall – the self explanatory “K.K. loves A.S.” – and “Fuck Trump.” “Think about it. You’re a 10 year old impressionable kid sitting at home watching the news with your parents, dreaming of being president someday,” Kelsy explains. “He is being taught the wrong values by having a man like Donald Trump as president. Sexism, racism, homophobic, nasty and inappropriate behavior is not acceptable and it’s not right, yet we have a man in power who represents all of these things. I may not have much influence but if I can help promote love and kindness to one kid through speaking up for what I believe [Read More]