Monday, May 15, 2017

David Vaters - 8 Ways From Sunday



David Vaters sings straight from the heart on the bluesy “8 Ways From Sunday”. With a timeless classic rock sound, the way the song unfolds is masterful. Attention to detail is of the utmost importance striking just the right balance between ballad and bombast. By far the heart of the song comes from the clever lyricism, which reveals an uncanny knack for storytelling. Over the course of the piece David Vaters sings of a life lived most fully, where even the smallest gestures and habits are greatly noticed. Giving this lyricism additional weight is the tender tones that make up the memorable melody, which builds up quite elegantly over the duration of the track.



Friday, May 12, 2017

Edgler Vess "Stairs"

Edgler Vess releases the official music video for his second single, "Stairs" from his latest album, The Hands Resist- Available now on iTunes, Apple Music, Tidal, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon Music, Deezer, Emusic, 7digital, SoundCloud, and more...

Edgler vess' new song goes deep into the sensitive subject of domestic violence



Monday, May 8, 2017

Music by Eric Gibson. Free Downlaods



Eric Gibson is a Baltimore, MD recording artist who writes, performs and produces his own unique brand of Alternative music. Download 5 albums free at http://www.ericgibsonmusic.com




Saturday, April 29, 2017

Field of Giants - In Arcadia Teaser



Can masked hard rockers, Field of Giants overcome ‘Sophomore Slump’ with second album, In Arcadia?
Oxford-based, masked hard rockers, Field of Giants prepare for the release of their second independent album, In Arcadia, set for release in June 2017.

After a string of local shows to test their new material, the band, described as the love child of Tool and Incubus, have put the finishing touches to their new 9 track (56-minute) album. The follow-up from their independently released debut album ‘We Are’, In Arcadia promises to build upon Field of Giants’ distinctive sound of “Dense atmospheric, hard hitting rock!”.
The impressive 56-minute runtime is a testament to the band’s continued exploration into their, now characteristic, cinematic sound; layering heavy guitars, impactful drums, and soaring vocals to create an expansive sonic experience. “But don’t take our word for it” says the band, encouraging listeners to redefine what they expect from a modern hard rock album.