A lot of music videos have been released during the pandemic, though none have been as brutally honest as this homemade video from Pinkshift.
"Morning" was created and produced in When’s home, where he tried to find his individual sound outside of the bands and artists he worked with.
Friday Pilots Club are teasing at a new EP with “Breaking My Bones,” a rhythmic alternative jam that’s smooth as silk.
English rockers Mint have a rather unique blend of indie inspired melodies, heavy instrumentals, and light humor set against a backdrop of more serious topics. "M180," released on July 4, displays their talents well while diving into a variety of topics.
Members of alternative modern rockband Badflower are celebrating their upcoming birthdays with a gift to their fans - a brand new single, aptly titled "30." Released on lead singer Josh Katz's birthday, the song will be released on streaming platforms this Friday, July 17. The song will also be played live at Badflower's benefit livestream... Continue Reading →
Labor Day weekend started early on Friday with some fresh releases. As summer winds down to its end, these releases are keeping things hot on this New Music Friday. Plenty of new music was released, but here are our favorite songs and albums from August 30. Party on party people. via GIPHY 1. “Thanks, I... Continue Reading →
The title of this five-song album strikes a chord and creates a visual almost immediately. Cold Coffee and Half Smoked Cigarettes is a coffee house acoustic EP with somber lyrics and soft melodies. The lyrics are very interpersonal, directed towards a specific thing or person. Twisted Oak creative Mat Batory said that the album... Continue Reading →
This summer release from Max Lee takes an unorthodox spin on rock. In a way, you could argue that he combines every rock genre into one. Colors of Noise opens up into “finder’s keeper,” a song that combines about five different rock elements into one. Throughout the album, Lee appears to channel Linkin Park, Mutemath,... Continue Reading →
Originally released in 1997, Fields Amaze was a compilation of composer Patrick Grant’s various works and abilities. Now newly remastered, Fields Amaze (and other strange music) is even more vibrant and varied. Different states of being are all encompassed within the songs of this album. Instrumentals clash and combine together in “Keeping Still” to generate... Continue Reading →