"On The Rise” it’s a vintage record, in cui la band si rivela essere eccezionale, sia nella composizione dei pezzi, che nell’ eseguzione. Already with the opener "You Is Not Seen Nothing Yet", the band shows his attitude and that with catchy funky, he makes a very well chosen piece as in the following "Dance" and "Sad For No Reason", in which rock classic dominates, demonstrating its own soul and its own style. Psychedelic and seventies rock for "The Call", one of the best pieces in my opinion...
The title track "Waiting in the Wings" with unmistakably eighties references, made of guitar and good rhythm, does not disprove the
spirit of the band, an excellent very catchy song.
"Nowhere Train" and "On The Loose" are certainly not less, on the contrary, both tracks bear the kind of Barbarossastraße, when it says that rock will never die, it's because there are bands like this, to keep the name high with style...
This work is an excellent work that shows a melodic rock with progressive parts, giving birth to AOR rock melodies, hard rock and precious
From the eighties flavor in which pieces like "The Sacred Crown", the beautiful "The Eve Of The Battle", "The Immortal" or "Evil Laughter", are able to give us sublime moments catapulting us into a parallel world. Without forgetting the precious Mirko Pratissoli's sax in "Avatar" and in the amazing "Lost in Time"...
Twelves songs in which U. Pasanen Band shows worth musicians since the opener “Compi Coupé” we can breath the soul of the band. It's not far behind “This is the End” with such a brilliant bass line and the country atmosphere, or “Sons and Fathers”. Enchanting the song “The Bond” with its soul heart, great guitar in this piece...
I can recognize PJ Harvey influence, and some 70’s rock style, all in a very modern sound, starting with the title track “Misty Bliss”, in
which the voice is so deeply and involve.
“Deep Desire” sees besides the electronic veins, good and vibrant guitar.
Such a great rhythm line for “Love Confession” a song definitely more rock but without being aggressive.
on the contrary, “Take on the World” shows the most...
From Denver, Colorado, the post-hardcore 4-piece Rozu (Japanese for Rose) is working to release their debut effort expected to release the latter
half of 2018.
The band consisting of longtime artists Tim Graham on vocals, David Sundine on guitar, Brian Robertson on drums, and Henry Navarre on bass.
We begin to know them better…
Krista D, the artist name as an allusion to the character Sandra Dee, from >the movie 'Grease', with the intention of showing a
life transition similar to the character. Originally the music she released was Christian music but she’s long since left that lifestyle.
Genre-wise, the music is a mix of 50’s style, 3 part harmonies/doo-wop music, has some ska influence and is mixed with a bit of punk rock.
Surely an intriguing artist that we immediately want to know!
Tarah Who? is female fronted power trio from Los Angeles: Punk, Rock, Alternative from the 90s. Meet Tarah G. Carpenter (Vocals, guitar), Joey
Southern (Bass) and female drummer Coralie Hervé.
Tarah Who? is a power trio in every sense of the phrase, bonded together by telepathic musical interplay and profound interpersonal connections. In addition to Tarah, the three-piece band also features bassist/backing vocalist Joey Southern, and drummer/backing vocalist Coralie Hervé. Previously, Tarah Who? has released two full-lengths, two EPs, and one single of raw punky rock n’ roll.
Their upcoming EP entitled ‘’64 Women’’ will be release soon, let’s talks the band about this release and more.