Nowadays is easier than ever for an artist release an album: through a label (one of the three major labels, their subsidiaries or an independent label), release founded by crowdfunding as Kickstarted, release directly through Bandcamp or Soundcloud, or even release their music via YouTube. While in the old times the first filter was the […]Read More We need more filters to find the very special music
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This year, Crocodiles (Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell) released their sixth album studio, recorded in Mexico City. This new album, innovative like the other albums of the Crocodiles, is different from their usual style. In interview with The Echo Music, Brandon Welchez defined this album as “Stylistically it’s probably our weirdest album to date. […]Read More Dreamless. Crocodiles
“Woke up this morning with the strangest feeling/I had a nightmare, but I wasn’t dreaming/I ran outside to see, it’s not 2003/Turned on the radio it’s so confusing/Rappers were singing/And rockers DJ’ing/There’s no guitars on the songs that they’re playing (…)”. Those are the lyrics of “40 oz. Dream”, a song of Good Charlotte, the […]Read More The death of the rock?
Bruce Pavitt is well known as one of the founders of Sub Pop, an alternative label which in 1980s kickstarted the success of grunge bands as Nirvana, Soundgarden and Mudhoney. By the other hand, Adam Farish, is musician, producer, sound engineer, and tech entrepreneur. Both, have created 8Stem, which according to their web page is […]Read More Our vision is to become the next standard format. Interview with Bruce Pavitt and Adam Farish, founders of 8Stem.
One November night, Robert Hilburn was hanging with John Lennon in a studio recording and the “atmosphere was so relaxed that John invited me to contribute to the album’s sound effects”. But “one thing troubled me during the all-night recording sessions: the way John would slip from time to time into an adjoining lounge. The […]Read More Corn Flakes with John Lennon and Other Tales from a Rock ‘n’ Roll Life by Robert Hilburn
In past days, Yellowcard released his 11th studio album, announcing it will be the last one. But this year, other 5 important pop-punk bands are releasing new studio albums too: Blink 182 (California), Green Day (Revolution Radio), Simple Plan (Taking One for the Team), Sum 41 (13 voices) and Jimmy Eat World (Integrity Blues). Which […]Read More The return of the pop-punk?
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Heavy heart. Thank you for 16 years of dreams coming true”… that was the first part of a tweet by Ryan from Yellowcard (Ryan Kay) posted on Twitter on June 24. Later, there will be on the official site of the band an statement about why the band have decided to return only to […]Read More Yellowcard. Yellowcard