Thursday, December 18, 2014

Fractal Control have starved for change

Mike Louttit writes socially aware and forewarning instrumental rock under the moniker Fractal Control. His debut release, Disconnection Equals Freedom, is the first installment of a series of albums that address feelings of anxiety, dread, and frustration with our society at present.

Disconnection Equals Freedom, does not articulate any specifics about the current state of the world, and is not meant to be another insight on “what’s wrong with things”. Through shred heavy numbers and thought-provoking sound bites, Fractal Control seeks to mirror the conscious and subconscious irritation and uncertainty within ourselves.

You can listen to the single, "Starved for Change" here:

Modern rockers Practically Einstein release new single Sanctuary

Modern rock band Practically Einstein releases their latest EP Love + Hate after a release party at the Rock & Roll Hotel in November. This EP also includes their latest single, "Sanctuary." This single was recently premiered onGroundSounds. Practically Einstein is best known for their combination of 90s rock n' roll and power pop.

Icelandic/Swedish rockers Death By Toaster release EP series

Icelandic/Swedish rock band Death By Toaster are proud to announce the release of their first EP “That’s
Life”, the first in a series of four. The four EPs include three songs each and will come together as a whole both musically and visually to form the first Death By Toaster album, to be released 1. June 2015.
Upcoming release dates:
16. January - Part 2
1. March - Part 3
1. May - Part 4
1. June - Album – Physical & digital release (with extra songs and bonus
Listen here:

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

The Bad Years release new video Common mistake

The Bad Years members are Sami Akbari (aka Sami The Great) and Aaron Mort (formerly The Stone Foxes) and are based in the Thai Town neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. Their new "Common mistake" Video was directed by Jacob Arden McClure.
Watch it below:

Acoustic rock duo Dauzat St. Marie release debut EP

Dauzat St.Marie is a Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter duo comprised of Mat Dauzat and Heather St. Marie. Their debut EP “Falling Again” is a collection of well-crafted tracks that showcase Heather’s intoxicatingly rich voice and the duo’s tight vocal harmonies, as well as the duo’s powerful songwriting chemistry. The sound is powerful and often quite raw, with focus on their two voices and only sparse acoustic instrumentation. This powerful and raw sound captured the attention of legendary producer and mixer Ryan Greene during Dauzat St. Marie’s debut performance at the world-famous Hotel Cafe. Greene assisted Mat in the production of “Falling Again” at the duo’s North Hollywood recording studio, and he would later mix the EP.
Get a preview of the EP (out in February 2015) here:

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Blockbuster movies of 2015

I don´t normally post about upcoming movies but next year looks like it´s going to be a killer year for blockbuster films. How about the following titles:

Jupiter Ascending (FEBRUARY)
Divergent : Insurgent (MARCH)
Avengers : Age of Ultron (MAY)
Mad Max : Fury Road (MAY)
Jurassic World (JUNE)
Terminator Genisys (JULY)
Star Wars : The Force Awakens (DECEMBER)

Take a moment and enjoy Chris Braide´s latest single

Chris Braide is an award winning British singer, songwriter and record producer based in Los Angeles and recipient of the Ivor Novello award as well as ASCAPand Billboard awards. 
Chris Braide has written and produced songs for a wide range of artists including David Guetta,Britney SpearsLana del ReySia FurlerChristina AguileraBeyonceand Yuna. He was formerly a member of Producers with Trevor Horn and is one half of the experimental pop duo DBA with Geoff Downes
Fifty Dollar Planets is Chris’ third solo album and was heavily influenced stylistically by Marc Bolan & T.Rex, most notably on the opening and closing songs. The album contains the digital single ‘Let Me Love You’ which was co-written with Semisonic’s Dan Wilson

Periphery stream 22 faces from Juggernaut

Periphery represents the vanguard of addictive, chaotic, challenging and cathartically inviting heavy music for the modern era. The triple-guitar attack and rhythmic dexterity of Periphery has won them devoted adherents across underground subcultures, regardless of whether those fans were weaned on the passion-fueled sounds of the Vans Warped Tour or the progressive rock of Rush.
Their new double release "Juggernaut Alpha" and Juggernaut Omega" will be out in January. Listen to the new song "22 faces" here: