Songs

Song Premiere: Dead Posey, “Freak Show”

Befitting their handle, Dead Posey is fascinated by what lies beyond, their music exploring the nature of mortality through both waking life and dreams. But while the Los Angeles duo’s lyrics lean toward the metaphysical, its debut EP, Freak Show, is a raucous, fuzz-loaded collection of back-to-basics rock ‘n’ roll. Singer Danielle Souza’s inspired vocals blend seamlessly with guitarist Kyle Foster’s muddy, blown-out riffs in this vibrant, … Continue reading Song Premiere: Dead Posey, “Freak Show”

Song Premiere: Skylines, “Unfold”

Chicago’s Skylines is getting ready for the summer with their latest “Unfold,” which Ghettoblaster has the pleasure of sharing today. The song was produced by Joe Scaletta at Word of Mouth Studios. The band will be performing tonight at Evolution Music in Chicago, IL, to help kick off the “Hot Mulligan and Belmont” tour. Stream the single below: (Visit Skylines at: Facebook: … Continue reading Song Premiere: Skylines, “Unfold”

Song Premiere: Great Woods, “Strange Times in the City”

Great Woods is the band that lives inside of Eric Ryrie’s head. Ryrie lives in Brooklyn. His songs are built on strong melodies and intricate arrangements that are executed with a seasoned precision, honed by years of live performance and dedication to his craft. Strange Lives, due out June 23, is the first release from Great Woods. It was written, … Continue reading Song Premiere: Great Woods, “Strange Times in the City”

DWNTWN Shares New Single “Bloodshot Eyes”

The L.A. based band DWNTWN announces their forthcoming debut album Racing Time by sharing the new single “Bloodshot Eyes.” Don’t let the cooing vocals that opens up the track fool you, this is a beast of a song that’s as relentless as a cheetah pouncing on its prey. The album will be released July 21st on Jullian Records. Racing Time features … Continue reading DWNTWN Shares New Single “Bloodshot Eyes”

TK The Architect Shares New Track “Floor”

TK The Architect walks a fine line, or a crossroad somewhere between Hip-Hop, R&B and Pop music. The kid from New York released his album Blue Season last year which was welcoming mixture of feel good vibes which had him backed by the Getback Kids. The album remains a favorite and now the ever evolving Architect takes a different approach … Continue reading TK The Architect Shares New Track “Floor”

Song Premiere: PANICKER, “Parties”

Beginning with a music career in San Diego which included titles of distinction such as cross-dressing dancer for Optiganally Yours, drums for Thingy, Followers, and Goblin Cock, bass for Alpha Males and, simply, “everything” in Schlag-Schlag, Brent Asbury has experience in most musical areas and genres. Since his time in California, he took up producing and engineering at his current … Continue reading Song Premiere: PANICKER, “Parties”

Song Premiere: Swarming Branch, “Laid Back and Practical”

Photo by Adam Nedrow Swarming Branch is a band engaged in three seemingly disparate pursuits: elaborating folk music’s four-chord strum with complex extensions and substitutions, winking at the theater of glam rock from dive bar stages around the country without causing the cynics to spray beer out of their nostrils, and inviting the droning, unbridled tendencies of modal jazz to gradually … Continue reading Song Premiere: Swarming Branch, “Laid Back and Practical”

Nilüfer Yanya Shares Single “Golden Cage”

Sometimes you come across an artist simply by happenstance.  That’s the case with 21 year old Londoner Nilüfer Yanya who released “Golden Cage” a few days ago. This is her second single released in 2017. The track, a jazzed up joint with a funky beat, glimmers with sparseness as her unique commands the song. Her voice is unique and the horns … Continue reading Nilüfer Yanya Shares Single “Golden Cage”

Song Premiere: Brothertiger, “The Working Hour” (Tears For Fears cover)

In the mid 1980s new wave era, with feel good singles, such as “Love Shack” and “Footloose,” at the top of the charts, confessional songs of disheartening childhood experiences was the last thing one might expect from an aspiring young band. Yet it was the then newcomers Tears For Fears’ dark remembrances, supported by infectious melodies, that many rock critics … Continue reading Song Premiere: Brothertiger, “The Working Hour” (Tears For Fears cover)

Song Premiere: M Iafrate & The Priesthood, “Get Behind Me,” “Maneater” (Hall and Oates cover)

Photo by Jocelyn Carlson For over two decades, West Virginia songwriter Michael John Iafrate has honed his craft as a songwriter and performer alongside his work as a member of some of West Virginia’s most creative independent music acts such as The Minus Tide, COBRA, and Killed At Camp. More recently, Iafrate has carefully developed his unique voice among regional … Continue reading Song Premiere: M Iafrate & The Priesthood, “Get Behind Me,” “Maneater” (Hall and Oates cover)