A solo acoustic artist, Grey Gordon has put his heart and soul into his newest EP, Still At Home Here. 5 tracks of simple guitar lines and soulful vocals ensue that please the ear and make the heart ache.
Dense and experimental, The Octopus Project have put together an exuberant and celebratory set of frantic songs in their new album, Fever Forms. But first, some facts about the record, straight from the band themselves:
Fever Forms was recorded by the band in a museum carved out of a mountain and mixed in collaboration with the mighty Erik Wofford (Black Angels, M. Ward, Maserati).
Music that drops the hammer on your head at the same time it sets you on the bar stool, The 4onthefloor’s newest album, Spirit Of Minneapolis, is a loud and stomping collection of blues-tinged rock that demands to be played loud outside on the bassiest stereo you can find. Like a messenger from the past of heavy rock, the band unleashes 12 tracks of guitar-based heaviness from the heart of Americana.
I’m A UFO In This City, the newest full-length from LostAlone, is a 44 minute journey into the heart of darkness that can encompass a band at the end of their rope. With the assistance of producers Jacknife Lee and Greg Wells, as well as the help of executive producer Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance, LostAlone run through a collection of emotional, angry, and uplifting songs of revolution and evolution.
Matthew and Santoro host. Segments include a discussion to approching 2 million live views, failed live prank phone calls, prank calls to Subway, The Stabcast calls Sister Sarah’s adult store to ask about their return policy, Matthew tries to get a “heart” on Stickam Shuffle, finding Tumblr sites with adult names and talking to fans in the online room.