What else could we possibly say about Brooklyn based band Sun Voyager? We’ve been posting their tunes for several years now and the guys continue to hit the mark time after time. With that out of the way, I was pleased to find a new single from the boys in my inbox a few days ago and even more pleased to share “Caves of Steel” with you now. Once again we are treated to some of the heaviest, psych themed rock music I’ve ever heard. It’s like these guys know only one speed, and I dig it.
This track appears on new album Seismic Vibes due out April 20th on King Pizza Records (pre-order).
Just when I thought Egghunt Records couldn’t deliver me anymore badass new albums, they do it once again with a new release from Delaware based artist Grace Vonderkuhn. Her new single is called “Worry” and appears on her brand new album coming in February. The track is a rocking one with some clear sounds similar to fellow lady rockers like Screaming Females or gents like Ted Leo. A couple of comparisons like that must let you know that Mrs. Vonderkuhn receives the ATH seal of approval.
Reveries will be available on February 23rd via Egghunt Records.
I love when you hit play on a song and it kicks off, without any hesitation, into a fit of rock n roll. That’s exactly what I have for you today in the form of this new track “Never on Time” via Oslo based Sauropod. Having recently signed to rising Scandinavian label Propeller Recordings, the band don’t mess about with their new single as the pace and ferocity of the guitars never seem to let up. And hey, we love rockin’ 3 pieces around these parts.
“Never on Time” can be purchased via your favorite streaming service today.
It’s hard to fathom really, but we are entering festival season here in Austin! As some festivals are already going down, the massive ACL Festival has week one going down in a matter of weeks. Ready or not, you know that your boys here at Austin Town Hall will make sure you are prepared with interviews, previews, guides and photos. Entering our 9th year covering the festival, we’ve got you covered. Our very first piece of coverage is in interview form from rock n roll superstars White Reaper. Check the jump for full interview, set times, and tunes.
I continue to enjoy some nice upbeat rock tunes in a current period of soft, mellow type music. My bit of rock music today comes from Vancouver based artist Impuritees and new single “Nothing Matters”. The guitar parts are nice and heavy and the song flows nicely in a tight, rock filled jam of a song. Hope you enjoy.
Impuritees will self-release EP Nothing Matters on June 16th.
My old friend Mike, formerly of Night Panther, pointed me towardsthis new project of his the other day. Going by the name Residuels, the group play their very own version of garage inspired, guitar heavy rock and roll music. Today I’m pleased to share with you their rockin’ new single entitled “Ordinary”. I’m immediately having this image of a snarling lead singer with a backing band who are keeping the energy levels turned to 11. Impressive debut guys.
This song is part of a 7″ single release on vinyl which can be purchased from Born Losers Records here right now. Official ship date is Friday, May 13th.
I know so very little about Columbus based Saintseneca, though I’m looking to remedy that as much as I can today. Let’s start by sharing this new track from the band entitled “River” to get things started the right way. Rock n roll is the name of the game here, with some hints of pop and a pretty slick drumline keeping things driving and interesting throughout. This is an easy one to to enjoy so hopefully we hear more from these guys in the future.
New album Such Things will be out October 9th. Pre-order here.
Melbourne based Gold Class has been picking up lots of positive praise recently online and I figured we should be talking about this promising band as well. Below you can find the groups latest single entitled “Furlong”. Expect some throwback style, sluggish and heavy styles here for fans of all things old school. Call me a fan.
You can pick up It’s You on September 4th via Felte.
Our local friends Fleeting Youth Records continue to put out some really great music from a slew of promising young bands. One of those bands full of promise is L.A. based pop rock group L.A. Font. Now we already shared new song “Whisperer” just a few weeks ago and today I’m excited to be sharing with you a second new joint called “Outside”. One again, the band gives us a rock n rollin number that no one could deny is a stellar tune.
Ladies and gents we are in full SXSW coverage mode and going as strong as ever. The interviews will continue to role in and today I’m excited to share with you this one from Atlanta based Royal Thunder. From what I understand, this band is ready to melt some faces here in Austin wether you’re ready or not. Check out responses after the jump.