Here is a video from an interesting act known as Nazca (Nzca) Lines. The name of this song is “Compass Points.”
As the annual Music’s Master 25 Days of Music countdown approaches, I am beginning to review this year in music.
I just realized I never featured one of my favorite new artists from this year. They’re called Sleeping With Sirens.
They’re pretty much Circa Survive on steroids. Enjoy!
I’ve been listening to a lot of Allen Stone lately. This boy has got some soul!
Here is a live video of him performing the amazing song “Unaware.”
Rather than release a new album it looks like the punk guys from Rancid has decided to ride the online video wave by conjuring up a video series called “Rock N Roll Theater.”
In the teaser video below, you’ll quickly see that all of the members of Rancid are acting in the show, with Guitarist/Vocalist Lars Frederickson taking the lead. You’ll also recognize that all of the backing music are original pieces made by Rancid. I can foresee that these songs will become an album all their own. That’s a no brainer.
Although some may want to critique Rancid for trying to copy off of Green Day’s success on Broadway, I for one, appreciate what the group is doing here and welcome a refreshed outlook on the punk rock scene.
Camo & Krooked is back with a video for their song called “Breezeblock.”
You’ve gotta love their crazy (somewhat) odd-time dubstep beats. You might not be able to dance fluently to stuff like this, but it is definitely entertaining.
Try to ignore the annoying talking parts throughout the video and listen to the background music. It’s good stuff.
Don’t be alarmed if you happen to like this song from Bright Light Bright Light. It’s catchy and no one is judging you for liking it.
The song is called “Disco Moment.” To some, it might remind you of Savage Garden. Can you hear it a little bit?
Loose Fit will make you dance with this one called, Table Beggar.
This video is creative and the song is hypnotic.
Here’s a funky jam from a group called Lazy Habits.
I am pleased to have discovered them last week. This song, “Starting Fires,” is a fun little diddy.
I’m a little impressed by Napoleon in Rags. I love the guitar work in this track. It sounds reminiscent of some late 80’s tunes.
This song is called “Empty Promises.”
Here’s the video for a song that might sound weird and creepy the first time around, but will certainly grow on you over time. It’s called “Could This Be Love?” by The Brute Chorus.
It’s just another catchy British rock group.