Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Lyon Apprentice release new video off debut EP


‘Lyon Apprentice’ is two brothers Adam & Nathan Lyons. Growing up in north Queensland before relocating to the Gold Coast, they both shared an interest for music from a young age. This led them to writing their first song together for Nathans school graduation, though it wasn't until years later that they would continue what they started.
The duo traveled to Cairns in February last year teaming up with Mark Myers (The Middle East, Emma Louise) to co-produce their debut EP which was mixed by Catherine Marks (Foals, Interpol) at Assault & Battery Studios in London.
They have just released their new video "Be careful", it is their 3rd single off the debut EP "Be honest, be wild, be free", released on April 4th.

The Sonic Revolvers deliver a modern twist of grunge


The Sonic Revolvers deliver a modern twist on the classic grunge sound of the 90’s.
 
Having gigged extensively to develop their signature live sound the band entered the studio to record new material with award-winning producer Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers, Super Furry Animals, Bullet for My Valentine.)
 
Wishing Well’ is the latest offering from these studio sessions and perfectly captures the energy and lyrical intensity of band’s sound. The single will be released on June 2nd, listen to the song here:
https://soundcloud.com/thesonicrevolvers/wishing-well


A fresh breath of the 60´s with The Rebel Light and their cover of Be my baby


Los Angeles based pop band The Rebel Light posted their cover of the 60´s hit "Be my baby" at the link, it was originally recorded by The Ronettes.
https://soundcloud.com/therebellight/be-my-baby


Owenstone offer peek at upcoming EP with Summer Lane free download


“Summer Lane” is a kind of anthem illustrating the innate calling for departure and escape from conventional life.  We all feel it at times, and Owen has probably acted on it more than most.  He’s quit film school, which was paid for by a state scholarship, just to hitchhike and write songs for seven months.  He also intentionally went to jail at age 18 just to see what it was like.  Owen has made a living designing film sets and singing and writing in the studio for Japanese pop music, as well as being a Craigslist handyman.  One of the only consistencies in Owen’s life has been the companionship of his dog, “Roadie.”

After recruiting fellow musicians Gerry Doot, Anthony Marks, Erik Hallsey, and Greg Tariloff, Owen partnered with producer Mick Smiley to record Owenstone’s indie-rock single “This Face.” An EP ultimately followed, one that the band will release in May.

The Further Adventures of Down N Outz feat Joe Elliot


Joe Elliott of Def Leppard and London's own Quireboys formed the Down 'n' Outz after being asked to open for Mott the Hoople at London's Hammersmith. Their love for the band inspired them into recording "My ReGeneration" (2010), an album full of Mott the Hoople related tracks.
They had so much fun the first time, they've decided to do it again! Produced by Elliot and Def Leppard co-producer, Ronan McHugh, The Further Adventures of.... contains 12 tracks, all Mott the Hoople songs, continuing to prove their reverence for this great band.
The further adventures of.... was released on April 22nd.