“Creature” by Old Old is the New New

The cover of Old Old's latest EP, "Creature." Classic blue may be the new black, but "Creature," Old Old's latest EP, is the new (new) bar for punk releases in 2020. An emo punk band hailing from Harrisonburg, Virginia, Old Old is known for their high energy shows and genre-blending style akin to bands like …

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Tony Wanted to Make a Record, so Ted Made a Record!

Ted Hajnasiewicz is a singer-songwriter from Minneapolis. What Tony (Guitar) wanted, Ted (Vocals, Guitars, Keys, Mandolin, Whistle) made happen—with the help of Tom Carlon (Bass), Katianna Carlon (Vocals), Mike Arturi (Drums), David Falbo (Harmonica, Guitars), and Tobias Wilson (Pedal Steel, Dobro)—and Tony Wanted to Make a Record was born! Ted Hajnasiewicz is a singer-songwriter who …

Be an Indie Activist with Nathan Leigh & The Crisis Actors

https://www.youtube.com/embed/6dMpeylC2f4 Myths, Conspiracy Theories, And Other Stuff I Made Up To Sound More Interesting was released on April 17, 2020. Music has always been an important facet to activism, and nothing has changed in 2020. One New York City-based indie activist group, Nathan Leigh & The Crisis Actors, recently released an album, Myths, Conspiracy Theories, …

Blake Hornsby’s New Album Will Leave You Teetering on the Edge of the Void

Blake Hornsby has been performing music around Boone, North Carolina and Chattanooga, Tennessee since late 2015. Although Teetering on the Edge of the Void is technically his fourth album, it is the first of Blake's to be done professionally, and features a more mature sound thanks to additional instrumental accompaniment by Sam Fanthrope (Violin/Cello), Jonathon Sale (Tablas/Doumbeks/Djembe), Joseph Ridolfo (Sitar), Jerry Wallace (Digeridoo), and Jake Can Valkenberg (Backup Vocals). The album is the final release of a conceptual trilogy, and was entirely composed, arranged, and written by Blake, who composed it "far and wide....From the Himalayan Mountains to an apartment in a small mountain town to the holy city of Rishikesh to the breweries of North Carolina to the Appalachian foothills of Tennessee."