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Artist Interview: Heavenside

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Artist Interview: Heavenside

Life is still strange & uncertain but at least it gives us more time to be introduced to fresh, new music. This week, we got a chance to speak to rising alternative rock group, Heavenside, from Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Gianna, Dom, Troy & Vic all gave us their personal insight on the band's future plans & influences. Check it all out & fall in love below! Photo by @artbyj4y   For starters, how are you guys coping with the pandemic so far? GIANNA: When I couldn’t see these guys back in March/April, I was practicing our new material, and posting drum covers on...

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New Single Review: "Icarus" by Bleacher Days

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New Single Review: "Icarus" by Bleacher Days

After a few years of reflection, the pop punk group, Bleacher Days, announced their comeback with an exciting new sound.  Mentioned in their Instagram post about a month ago, they expressed their desire to branch out & not be confined to just one genre. Their latest single, "Icarus," was the shining example of a dynamic project they had withheld for years because of this concern. Very few people listen to only one genre of music, so why should artists be restricted to just one certain sound? Bleacher Days proved to us with this single that they can do anything they want. "Icarus" is...

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Morningside Lane - "These Are Our Years" Album Review

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Morningside Lane - "These Are Our Years" Album Review

New Jersey-bred indie-rock band, Morningside Lane, dropped their debut full-length record titled These Are Our Years on Sept. 4th. After giving it a spin ourselves, we figured we'd give a brief run-down on why you should spin it too. It can be really difficult to set yourself apart from other artists sometimes. It's so common to see recycled material or heavy influences overtake overall talent of bands. Morningside Lane, however, seem to effortlessly combine notes of nostalgic classic rock with a modern alternative twist, leaving the listener intrigued with anticipation for more. Even with the resonance of frontman, Marc Del Giudice, with vocals very reminiscent of some 80's rock...

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A Social Justice Anthem: Super American & Young Culture Collab

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A Social Justice Anthem: Super American & Young Culture Collab

Two of our favorite alternative Buffalo bands, Super American & Young Culture, collaborated over this seemingly never-ending pandemic(/world crisis/apocalypse/whatever you may) to release a single titled "Why We're In The Streets," perfectly encapsulating all of our feelings of current events.   The track tackles the topic of systemic racism & police brutality that plagues our country; stressing the importance of empowering each other with love versus hate. "No one on Earth deserves to feel / Any less entitled to the air we breathe / That's why we're in the streets." This early-2000's-vibe soft rock anthem also mentions the frustration with constantly seeing harmful...

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Artist Interview: Pinkshift

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Artist Interview: Pinkshift

With all of the chaos that our world ensues, it's quite cathartic taking a step back to focus on life's simple pleasures, such as music. What better way to distract yourself than getting to know your new favorite alternative rock band from Baltimore, Pinkshift. Considering their rapidly growing online support, it's inevitable the crowds they'll be pulling in for post-pandemic gigs will be rather impressive. We got the chance to speak to the group members this week to discuss everything from their band history to the making of the music video for their latest single, "i'm gonna tell my therapist on you." Check it out! Photo...

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