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Sea of Trees Offers DIY EP ‘Foolish Fire’ and Vocalist Aldrynne Eslava Shares His Top 10 Front Men

“Do It Yourself,” they say. “It’ll be easy,” they say. Who are “they”? Do they have experience accomplishing a daunting task by doing it themselves? Or have they just done light remodels around the house and now have a chip on their shoulders? DIY has

“Even the Worst Gig Has a Silver Lining” – Interview with Indie Rockers Honestly Probably

Indie math rockers Honestly Probably out of Jensen Beach, FL mix catchy riffs and heavy drums in their new E.P. Wave and Leave. With lyrics like “I’ve got an awful day in mind something to hide behind til I’m with you tonight” the male/female shadowy vocals

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Rocky Nelson (Crimson Arrow)

*Main Image Provided by: @brownmetal (Michael-Rex Carbonell) Rocky Nelson is the lead singer of Houston, TX progressive rock band Crimson Arrow who we’ve worked with before. In addition to singing in Crimson Arrow, Rocky has a solo project (called Rocky Nelson). His project’s debut album, Two Hearts, is set to be

Interview With Mark de Lang (H.E.M.I.S.P.H.E.R.E. Music)

Most of the time Facebook groups or event invites are something we see so often that we disregard them. I’d say in most cases we’re justified in doing so. Things tend to get repetitive and opinions overshadow real conversation. Imagine if someone created a Facebook

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: Josh Elton (Nowhere Is Home)

This is a band from Houston who I’ve been paying attention to for a while now. The Texas music scene is so massive but they are managing to stand out and grow quickly in the post hardcore/alternative area of music. But their sound has so

MY 10 FAVORITE ALBUMS: C.J. Burton (Rome Hero Foxes)

A few years ago I heard about a band called Rome Hero Foxes through one of my clients. They had one self released full length LP at that time and it was great. Fast forward one year and their album For When You’re Falling Backwards

Circa Survive Announce Ten-Year Tour for Iconic Album, On Letting Go

A lot of the music we cover on this site has a pretty common progressive theme. Ask any of the songwriters behind the music to name a few bands that influenced them and I guarantee you at least one of those names would be Circa

Bandcamp Adventures 6 – #FlashbackFriday

This post will be a little different. Instead of just looking at a specific tag/genre, I’ll be looking at all the music that I’ve found through my time using bandcamp. My personal favorites, albums and eps that I still listen to to this day. –

Chain Fest: 20-Year Anniversary Celebration Festival a Huge Success

I’ve only been in Los Angeles for a short period of time and it’s not taken me long to realize that the promotors and venues in the area know how to throw an event. The latest event, Chain Fest, did not disappoint. Put on by