JEN MILLER- Video of the Day with New Release Down

Here is a very cool official video, “Down” from artist Jen Miller, lyrics fresh and appealing with a beat that doesn’t stop. “Whiskey lemon eyes, the lows feed the highs…” Um yes and thank you. The video is a sweet cartoon, a perfect and simple fantasy. Find out more about the Nashville/D.C. artist Jen Miller from her website… Jen Miller is songwriter, recording artist, and activist who floats between DC and Nashville. An Ohio-native, Jen Miller first...

“Beyond The 7-11” by American Lips

by Matt Dunn American Lips is a 2/3 from Montreal and 1/3 from Los Angeles band (Amerinadian perhaps?). The group features Sebastien Grainger from Death from Above 1979 on drums. Their debut album Kiss The Void drops June 16th on the band’s own label Ancient Fashion Records. “Beyond The 7-11” is a really catchy tribute to the beloved convenience store. In my youth I stayed up every Sunday night until 2 am to watch MTV’s classic show 120...

Biters – The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be

Rock and Roll warriors the Biters have just dropped their second full-length – The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be and it should easily be the soundtrack of the summer of 2017. Following up on their stellar debut Electric Blood, the new record is 10 solid tracks of glam infused power pop with out of this world hooks. The Biters are at the top of the rock and roll game right now. You can read our interview with frontman Tuk Smith HERE. The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be by...

Andre Williams – Jail Bait

    Rarely in the thrusting groin of rock ‘n’ roll’s highways and byways is a song released that could be symbiotically considered a dripping wet patch of sleaze whilst simultaneously displaying the gleam of a community service program fitting for an after school special. Enter ‘Jail Bait’, brought to you courtesy of “Mr. Rhythm” himself, Andre Williams. Recorded and released in 1956 for Detroit’s Fortune Records, ‘Jail...

SEX PISTOLS Shocked The United Kingdom 40 Years Ago – But Nothing Has Changed Today…

‘God Save The Queen’ by SEX PISTOLS Forty years ago today – 27 May 1977 – the SEX PISTOLS released controversial single GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. A timeless punk banger that shocked the conservative United Kingdom. I just loved their confident rage, their controversial attitude, their middle finger for the capitalistic establishment and Johnny Rotten‘s new generation charisma. These outcasts were just sensational, highly inspiring and made the best punk rock album ever...