By Small Ruin songwriting is inspired by spontaneous travels and adventurous experiences; their new single Rolling Thunder addresses relationships

By Small Ruin is an anagram for Bryan Mullis, keeping his music and lifestyle as true to self as possible. Busking since high school, he has made his way across the country playing to anyone who listened. His talent and dedication lead to sharing the stage with artists like DAWES, WILD and Briston Maroney.

As a teen, Bryan was notorious for doing what he wanted, when he wanted, including sneaking out of his parent’s house and hitch-hiking a 10-hour ride to Florida to surprise his girlfriend on the beach. 

More recently, Bryan’s brother almost lost his life in a car accident. Dealing with those feelings inspired his musical journey that brought him unforetold adventures. He often tells the story of being attacked in a convenience store which “lead to a full-fledged movie-like fight that included knocking over shelves and throwing beer bottles. The store was destroyed.” 

From waking up to SWAT teams thinking the band’s van was owned by a nearby active shooter, to unexpectedly playing a nudist pool party of 100+ people, BSR’s thrilling lifestyle is certainly rendered in their music and performance.

By Small Ruin has just released Rolling Thunder, which was inspired by Mullis’ spontaneous travels and adventurous experiences.

This song is about a deep infatuation relationship I had where it was all encompassing – especially at the beginning. After a short time, I was convinced that I could not live without this girl. It’s scary when you get to that point – to realize how much power your partner has to make or break your world with their actions.”

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Blind Season breathes life into a new era of music with new single ‘One Final Goodbye’

Rock and Roll and turbulent relationships have gone hand in hand since
the beginning of time. The origins of Blind Season are no different.

Beginning with a rag tag group only forming through the means of owning
instruments, and an evening involving the smashing of a mutual friend’s
car, Blind Season had undergone 5 different incarnations until Shane
Sigro the founding guitarist was faced with the ultimate decision;
between succumbing to normalcy or proving the previous members wrong.
Choosing the latter, Sigro doubled down by taking vocal lessons and
penning the new music that would breathe life into the new era of Blind

Blind Season’s upcoming album is an ode to loneliness and toxicity that
feel as if they were ripped from Billy Corgan’s Diary and featured in a
film by Tim Burton.

With the current questionable climate of the world
there’s no question that this album will find its proper home and become
a sign of the times.

This song was the last song written in the drunken, sad trilogy, and
funny enough this song takes longer to play than it did to write. Music
and lyrics came almost instantly and it was me accepting that I didn’t
need that toxic situation and I was forcing myself to be happy, I was out
of it. It’s a triumphant ending for this mini story within the album,
and I thank the universe for this song
.” says Sigro

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DISCOVER BEST NEW COVERS: ‘Lucy Lee’ is on fire as she releases her awesome Bruce Springsteen Cover of ‘I’m on Fire’

(Los Angeles, CA) Singer-Songwriter and Music Rights activist, Lucy Lee has released a new music video for her single “I’m on Fire” (Bruce Springsteen Cover).

From her debut album “The Royal Tea“, this classic American Rock song has been reimagined from the female perspective. The saucy boudoir themed video was filmed in one shot by her sister, Anya Boyer, during the Novel Coronavirus Outbreak of 2020.

Lucy Lee is most known as the frontwoman of Los Angeles Alternative Rock band, EVOLOVE.

Her music has been heard Worldwide on shows like “Pretty Little Liars” and the blockbuster Garry Marshall Film “Mother’s Day”.


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DISCOVER 2020 LOCKDOWN ROCK REVOLUTION: ‘Lucid Ending’ launch a grunge resurgence in 2020 as they explode onto the scene with the angry real voice and rocking ‘Green Day’ stomp of ‘Product’

‘Lucid Ending’ are a 4-piece alternative rock band from Edmonton, Canada.

Founded in 2017, the group finds its influence from grunge, post-grunge and hard rock of the 90s.

Lucid Ending were formed when professional poker player (Trevor Ahmet on guitar, vocals) started collaborating with well known Hip-Hop producer (Steve Mahoney on guitar, producer).

The duo who are influenced by seminal 90’s bands like Weezer, Bush and Cage The Elephant were joined by on the rhythm section by Logan Cunningham (drums), Josh de Boer (bass).

The latest release from ‘Lucid Ending’ is entitled ‘Product’.

‘Product’ rocks in a modern, relevant and fresh way and is fused with classic grunge and alternative rock influences.

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DISCOVER 2020 LOCKDOWN ROCK REVOLUTION: ‘Lucid Ending’ launch a grunge resurgence in 2020 as they explode onto the scene with the angry real voice and rocking ‘Green Day’ stomp of ‘Product’ – DISCOVER ROCK UK

Sonic guitars and solo’s, stomping drums and a fast paced chugging rhythm section is delivered with an anthemic, powerful vocal of pure rock protest.

With a 2020 Grunge sound and energetic anthemic rock energy, Lucid Ending are creating a big resurgence in alternative rock and grunge.






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