Category: Best Things You’ve Never Heard

Eva Marie of Eva Under Fire (Video Interview)

Eva Marie of Eva Under Fire (Video Interview)

“It was really fun, I think it was also my first introduction to a lot of people on the label because of us just coming on board shortly before the film had started filming.” From Release: Detroit-based rock band Eva Under Fire officially announced the new release date for their long-awaited debut album Love, Drugs & Misery today. The album, recorded via Better Noise Music, […]

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Adalita of The Rolling Stones Revue / Magic Dirt (Video Interview)

Adalita of The Rolling Stones Revue / Magic Dirt (Video Interview)

“Who doesn’t love The Rolling Stones? I’ve always been a fan since I was a kid and it’s just and honour to be asked to do these kinds of tribute shows, and you can’t say no, it’s such a great time and the songs kind of sing themselves really *laughs* it’s just too much fun really” From Release: Hot off […]

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Joshua O’Donnell of Banks Arcade (Video Interview)

Joshua O’Donnell of Banks Arcade (Video Interview)

“I think this album feels like a band that’s trying to find its identity and there’s awesome things in that…” From Release: Coming together over a shared love of music with a razor-sharp avant-garde aesthetic, Banks Arcade have always teetered on modernity, their gaze ever-fixed just beyond the horizon via their flourishing sonic wiles. From their 2018 debut EP Endnote […]

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Mikaila Delgado of Yours Truly (Video Interview)

Mikaila Delgado of Yours Truly (Video Interview)

“I think this is the most transparent I’ve ever been in terms of lyrics…” From release: With their ARIA Award-nominated 2020 debut full length album Self Care in their wake, 2022 is the year that the Melbourne band kickstart a new and firmly evolved chapter. While Self Care was, as Mikaila Delgado puts it “the pop punk record we needed […]

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Bon But Not Forgotten

Bon But Not Forgotten

“One of the pre requisites of performing in Bon But Not Forgotten is to have a passion and great understanding of what AC/DC deliver.” From release: It will definitely be a High Voltage event when BON BUT NOT FORGOTTEN, the ultimate AC/DC Tribute Act head out on a Nation-Wide run of shows, commemorating the 76th birthday of the legendary Bon […]

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Skenie of The Poor

Skenie of The Poor

“We have 12 tracks being mastered as we speak. We are very proud of these songs and haven’t felt this way since ‘Who Cares’.” From release: Revered rockers The Poor have unleashed brand new single, “Payback’s A Bitch”. It’s their first new music in over a decade (12 years to be precise), on new Australian record label Reckless Records. Time has not […]

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Jess Harnell of Rock Sugar

Jess Harnell of Rock Sugar

“The cool thing about it that’s really great is that if you ever liked anything about metal or pop or the 80’s this is your band because it takes the stuff that you already love and gives it to you in a new way combined with other stuff that you’ll love even if sometimes you won’t admit that you love […]

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Molly & The Krells

Molly & The Krells

“Right now, we’re just enjoying the process as well as being in each other’s company. There’s a good morale in the band at the moment.” From Press Kit: Molly and the Krells blend punk, rock and their personal stories into a scintillating sonic cocktail. The Sydney band have drawn comparisons from producers and fans to the likes of Weezer, Springsteen […]

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Finding Kate

Finding Kate

“I feel that my songs will always have a strong vocal melody and they will always be emotional, whether they are more Alternative or more Rock, the root is always going to be emotion.” From Bio: Hailing all the way from Australia and Cyprus, 22-year-old singer/songwriter Finding Kate is proving she is a force to be reckoned with. Kate Pavli, […]

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Rackett

Rackett

“This is a squad with fierce ambition, unlimited compassion and moves that will make you break your vows.” From Bio: RACKETT are a loud experimental punk-pop band based in Sydney, Australia. The band is fronted by Rebecca Callander on rhythm guitar and vocals, Ally Gaven on bass, Astrid Holz on drums and Kat Ayala on lead guitar. The members have […]

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Amanda Grace

Amanda Grace

“Most of my songs are about real people that I’ve met along my way; they should stop and listen because I may have written a verse about them.” From Bio: Amanda does not claim a particular genre of music, and in doing so enjoys variety in her music and audiences. As a solo artist, a member of a women’s contemporary […]

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Elize Ryd of Amaranthe

Elize Ryd of Amaranthe

“…but we thought if we make it to the fifth album we can kind of explore ourselves and develop our sound in what we believed in the more extreme direction…” From Release: Four albums into their career, Amaranthe have racked up north of 118 million YouTube views and half-a-billion song streams, have landed at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart […]

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Andrew Fisher of Basement

Andrew Fisher of Basement

“The main thing really was just to take our time and really focus on any kind of aspect we could make sense of and try our best to do that…” Formed in Ipswich, England, Basement ­is comprised of brothers Andrew Fisher (vocals) and James Fisher (drums), Alex Henery (guitar/vocals), Ronan Crix (guitar) and Duncan Stewart (bass). Together they have earned global acclaim for their deeply personal and earnest compositions. Beside […]

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The Last Martyr

The Last Martyr

“Imagine the hooks of a pop song, riffage of a metal tune, guitar spins of a 2010 screamo band and singing/screaming by a weird long haired blonde girl.” From Release: Melbourne’s The Last Martyr debut single ‘Into The Black’ was mixed and mastered by Circles’ Ted Furuhashi and video was directed by Dave Hunter of Band Factory Media. The video […]

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Hideous Sun Demon

Hideous Sun Demon

“We play high energy guitar music that draws on a lot of influences. We try keep our songs immediate and to the point. The guitars are a bit psychy with the effects we use but we write punky songs.” From Release: When music fans were first hit with the impulsive, chaotic notes of ‘Hard Out’ for the first time last […]

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Fleeting Few

Fleeting Few

“We write great songs your mother will like and the person you are dating will think you are cool if you listen to us.” From Bio – short and sweet: Respecting Roots, Indie Rock Band from Portland OR. We teamed up with ReverbNation to share some talent with the world, check out Fleeting Few from Portland, OR, we dug their […]

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Griffin Tucker

Griffin Tucker

“Then, when I stepped back, I realized all of my songs share one key ingredient – a solid rhythm section. Every one of my songs rests on a solid base & everything else is just icing on the cake.” How does a 16-year-old rock musician crack today’s music code of formulaic beats and electronic music? First, he must have a […]

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NZM

NZM

“If you are into heavy metal music that is intense and powerful with a melody that is fueled, you would definitely enjoy the thrilling ride by listening to NZM tracks.” From Bio: NZM is high energy Hard Rock/Power Metal band with strong melodic vocal lines and edgy riffs. NZM is based in South Florida, USA and was formed in 2010 led […]

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Schmoolio

Schmoolio

“Common side effects of listening to Schmoolio include: Driving fast, banging head, singing along, having songs stuck in your head for weeks on end, being in a generally awesome mood, and ladies love Schmoolio fans wayyyy more than they love Schmoolio.” From Bio: Since their inception in 2017, Schmoolio has begun to gain a local following by teaming with 91.7’s […]

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Healthy Junkies

Healthy Junkies

“Our live shows are a combination of theatre courtesy of Nina, raw high octane energy, melodies that will wrap around your conscience, and pure incitement of the senses.” From Bio: Founder members Nina Courson and Phil Honey-Jones played their first gig together in late 2010 supporting Goldblade at a disastrous punk festival in Brighton where Healthy Junkies only played for […]

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Exit Empire

Exit Empire

“Music is about emotions. You cannot force someone to feel what the songs are trying to express. As writers, we are giving you our experiences. To find out if they’re speaking to you personally, you just have to give it a listen.“ Exit Empire is a three-piece band currently based in the Czech Republic founded in 2016 by two brothers […]

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Touch The Buffalo

Touch The Buffalo

“Listening to Touch the Buffalo has been shown to reverse Male Pattern Baldness. This band is making new rock that old rock would be proud of. With a five-handed drummer. A twelve-fingered bassist. A guitarist from the year 2038. And an electric. Ukulele.” From Bio: “Four musicians were flung together in the blender of the DC music scene. After jamming […]

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Moxy and The Influence

Moxy and The Influence

“If you look through our songs you’ll see we talk a lot about becoming who you want to be and fighting to make it happen, getting through the day even when all you want to do is scream.  A lot of my lyrics are very personal and I like to make it so people can apply my words to their […]

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Almost Awake

Almost Awake

“To me, lyrics are so fragile & beautiful that they have to be touchable & relatable. I can’t perform a song well if it doesn’t mean anything to me. Also a good chorus. Everyone needs a good, catchy chorus.” From Bio: Almost Awake is a young female-fronted, five piece rock band from Las Vegas. This fast rising, high energy group […]

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Indie Lagone

Indie Lagone

“Nothing is ever set in stone until the song has gone through the blender a couple of times. Once we have a hook, we build out rhythms around that. The most important ingredient though is everyone being ego free. That is the key people!” From Bio: Indie Lagone’s music is a myriad wall of sound comprised of a hard rock […]

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Moonshine Saints

Moonshine Saints

“…Moonshine Saints don’t stop—we’ll continue creating new music, not just because we love doing it, but because our fans deserve our best effort all the time.” From Bio: The Moonshine Saints are collectively singer-songwriter Sean Ward, guitarists Matt York and Steve “Doc” Morris, with rhythm section bassists Bob Lynn, and Justin Barber on drums. The Moonshine Saints bring a heavy […]

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Mercy Mode

Mercy Mode

“It’s difficult not to with the excitement we all share for music on top of the passion we have for performing for those that enjoy what we have to provide” From Bio: Mercy Mode is an independent alternative rock band formed by Chase Coleman, Christopher Weaver, and Micah Parker in 2017. Influenced by many successful musicians both mainstream and spanning […]

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Falling Through April

Falling Through April

“…we bring a lot of energy and love to have the crowd interact with us during our performance. We always hang out after our performance to meet with fans and absolutely love what we do so we always try to make sure that shows on stage as well as off!” From Bio: Even though they are originally from disparate parts […]

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A Killer’s Confession

A Killer’s Confession

“Every song is a different story. Do not judge a book by its cover.” From Bio: A Killer’s Confession, the new band led by former Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis has constructed one of the most high octane, adrenaline fueled, gut wrenching albums of the year. The band’s debut album “Unbroken” is equal parts beauty and tragedy and takes the listener […]

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FOXKEEPER

FOXKEEPER

“For me it’s the mood/vibe and message I’m trying to send. I usually have one part or line in mind and develop the rest of the song to even further push the boundaries in that direction.” From Bio: The latest welcome addition to Nashville’s flourishing indie pop landscape, Andy Feller, newly performing under the moniker FOXKEEPER, hails originally from Tampa, Florida. Since […]

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