Brooklyn, NY indie/folk quartet Swear and Shake have only been a group since 2010, but when something great makes an entrance onto the music scene, it cannot, and does not, stay a secret for very long. Currently on the road opening for G. Love and Special Sauce (a great gig to have, folks!!!), Swear and Shake are supporting their latest release, Maple Ridge, an album fully funded by fans via Kickstarter.
Interview with Jeff Hershey from JEFF HERSHEY and THE HEARTBEATS; New covers EP and European Tour forthcoming! @jeffheartbeats #nomotiv
Jeff Hershey has worn many hats during his musical tenure. Some of you may know him from his metal days in Black Opal or Hybrid Moments. Others may recognize him as a core member of the wildly popular Vagrant Record’s act, No Motiv. My introduction to him was when he ran and danced his way through a busy bar/restaurant venue with a giant microphone attached to 80ft. of cabling. My first Jeff Hershey and the Heartbeats show is one i’ll take that to the grave, you can bet.
EMINENCE IN THE STUDIO WITHSEPULTURA’S PAULO JR.
PERFORMING AT THIS YEAR’S SXSWBrazilian metal outfit Eminence has announced details regarding its forthcoming album. The band has reunited with Danish producer Tue Madsen (Moonspell, The Haunted, Sick Of It All), who also produced their well-received 2008 album The God Of All Mistakes. Recording has begun at Minerio de Ferro Studios in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, with the album slated for a late 2013 Read More…
Cool! My first post about a band from Brazil! Black Drawing Chalks, hailing from Goiania, is perfect for all of you QOTSA-types, with a fuzzy blend of straight forward Rock n Roll, and have already shared bills with every act to make me drool incessantly. GnR, RATM, Motorhead? These guys have done it.
Now, they’re making there way over to the states, debuting at SXSW 2013! Check ’em out if you’re going, and take 5 minutes out of your day to see what’s happening in other parts of the world! Music is universal.
Watch the video for “Famous” here:
Boston, Massachusetts’ The Lights Out are a 4-piece pop-rock beer-drinkin’ mayhem machine. When your description includes lines like “stickier than the High Life coating their sneakers by the end of every practice,” you can only expect a ruckus, and that’s why I started going to shows in the first place (though acquiring beer during an MC Hammer show at 12 just wasn’t happening.)