‘Save You’ is the latest single by rock group Blind Season, which is about a long distance relationship that didn’t work out

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 Season.

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. 

Their latest single ‘Save You’ by Blind Season, musically is the simplest song on the album, but as a completed song it sat around for years. It’s about a long distance relationship that didn’t work out. It comes across powerfully though and the group are proud of it.

Check out the track here:

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Listen on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/blind-season/save-you

Dar.Ra’s new EP Kings n Serfs is about the everyday people who get used and thrown away when they are no longer useful; these are the people the musician honours

It’s been another amazing release year for Dar.Ra and Kusha Deep Music with over 50 titles put out already, starting with ‘Ballads For The Down-Trodden’

The album in essence is a collection of some of the more laid back moments from various albums and EPs over the years, plus two best of remix albums ‘Majestic Retrospectives Vol 1 and 2’ and the ‘Kings n Serfs EP’, which has two of the best videos made for the tracks ‘Sweet As’ and ‘Londinium’.

As the album suggests with its title, it’s a mixture of joy and sadness as only Ballads can deliver. Subjects roll from losing someone too early on both ‘Rewind’ and ‘Evermore’ to the thought of waking up with the perfect girlfriend who happens to be transgender, on a track called a ‘Girl Like You’.

Nothing is as it seems on any first listen with Dar.Ra and his song writing, as digging deep into subtexts reveal another whole level of storyline and subliminal messages, not that anything sinister and mind controlling is at work, but merely to suggest that not everything should be handed away so easily on first experience, which all Art should do.

The past year also witnessed even more classic music released with the ‘Stand Up For The Heroes’ pandemic tribute to Frontline workers around the world who have held it all together for the rest of us to stay at home and wait for the storm to pass. Salute to the Heroes still.
‘Lights Dark Night’ remix and the ‘Beat Bhangra Stance’ remix broke new ground for that Rock/ EDM cross over, while mixing Bhangra with a epic rock track the Beat sounds like a juggernaut coming at you full speed.


‘Whisky n Honey’ and ‘Rise Like The Sun’ EPs added to the sonic storming of the airwaves, with countless Indie radio stations around the world doing what they do best and supporting new music.

Dar.Ra was on call doing interview after interview to get the message out there without the help of the big corporate players in the game.

‘Everything starts with the flick of the green, money changes everything’
A lyric from the track ‘Start Again’, features a re-master from a young Producer based in Italy called Astro who has breathed new life into the track that appeared on the 2008 Soul Hours album.

Astro has been a key ingredient to the releases this year as he has put a magic touch to all of them. The Majestic Retro albums where a labour of love as most of those tracks where already mastered and to make them sound fresh with not much room to maneuverer was not an easy task.

Those two albums feature of 40 tracks between them going back into the vaults and finding gems from the 90s to the present and tracks Dar.Ra’s output for over 20 years.

The Kings N Serfs EP was also a labour of love after finding three songs that had been penned for a film about London which never got released, but sat on the hard drives for four years, before a decision to put them out was made.
Londonium was a huge tour de force of Musical story telling finding a London family who go back through the ages; they where there when the city was born are some of the opening lines, as the tale unfolds.

Family members who served King and Queens down for the past 200 years are mentioned in a 6 and half minute theatre piece which ends up in the present day warning us not to turn our back on what made the place we know today.

It’s not a story that commends what happened in the past, merely the people who played a part in the making of this city. As the title of the EP suggests Kings n Serfs is the everyday people who get used and thrown away when they are no longer useful that the story chooses to honour. There is a great film to go with Londinium as is the case with Sweet As another track which tells the story of the boy who grows up on the wrong side of the tracks from the same family, but has a little bit of luck and finds a piece of gold in The River Thames which brings him riches he could only dream of. The animated film that goes with it is as uplifting as the storyline that it only takes a little bit of belief and luck to turn your life around.

There is a new album in the pipeline and another EP to follow later this year.
We are all just looking for that little bit of luck to change our fortunes; the trick is to never stop believing that it will happen.

All these releases by Dar.Ra can be found on Spottily and the usual suspects


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Londinium:

Sweet As:

Diamonds n The Shadows:

Rasha Jay has released her new single ‘Backbone’, which is the first release since 2020.

Rasha Jay is a NJ based singer and songwriter who writes songs rooted in the energy of alternative, rock and soul.

She has released her new single ‘Backbone’, which is the first release since 2020.


“I wrote it about my gratitude that evolved while I was grieving the loss of family members.”
says the artist

Stream on Spotify: 

Link to new single: https://distro.songflowr.com/smartlink.cfm?MTAwMDAwMzQ0MjIx

Follow her here:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rashajaymusic Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/rashajay Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rashajaymusic Website: http://www.rashajay.com Soundcloud: https://www.soundcloud.com/rashajay Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/rashajay4816

Italy’s rock-duo Eradius has just released a brand new EP titled ‘Vol.1’

Italy’s rock-duo Eradius has just released a brand new EP titled ‘Vol.1’
The 6 song effort features the highlight singles “Another Time”, “Until The End”, and “Handgun” as well 3 still new discoverable tracks in “Give It To Me (feat Stanthony)”, “Naive”, and “See Your Face”

Each track brings its own unique blend of rock, dance, style, and aggression in its respective elements. Having been influenced by others who utilize the low-end of things as the main driving factor, with this group, it really does seem to mesh well!

Eradius consists of members Richard- Bass/Vocals and Eduardo on Drums/Percussion. Often citing acts like Royal Blood, Tool, Rage Against The Machine as influences in what helps create the sound that is Eradius. After working with CB Entertainment management firm in the United States, the band signed a recording partnership with Legend Recordings in 2020.

‘Vol. 1’ was Mastered by the famed Joey Sturgis here in the United States. You can stream the entire new effort here!

Download the EP here:
https://ingrooves.ffm.to/eradius

Stay up to date on all things Eradius here:
 https://www.facebook.com/eradiusrock

Musician Cody Wesley has released his debut album “Thunder and Lightning” – Out Now!

“Thunder and Lightning” is the 7 track debut album of American artist Cody Wesley.

The album features a nostalgic yet modern sound routed in Classic Rock, Country, and Pop. The eclectic album is instantly classic, featuring “Carolina,” “Want You Anymore” and the title track “Thunder and Lightning.”

Cody Wesley is an American, Nashville based Singer/Songwriter originally born in a small town in New Jersey. “Thunder and Lightning” is his debut album which hits the music market today.

Follow Cody Wesley on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/codywesleyofficial

Buy/Stream his new single here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/codywesley/thunder-and-lightning

As frontman for 80s/90s seminal Pittsburgh rock band, Little Wretches, Robert Wagner rode a wave of local notoriety that led the band to the forefront of the underground music scene

As frontman and chief songwriter/lyricist for 80s/90s seminal Pittsburgh rock band, Little Wretches, Robert Wagner rode a wave of local notoriety that led the band to the forefront of the underground music scene. The Little Wretches were founded as a folk/punk band by Robert (guitar) and his brother, Chuckie (violin).  The “classic” Mach 2 era of Little Wretches included Ed Heidel (bass), Chris Bruckhoff (percussion, wind instruments, backing vocals) and Bob Goetz (guitar), rounded out by Dave Mitchell (drums), Mike Michalski (bass) and Ellen Hildebrand (electric guitar.) This rock edition of the band performed regularly and helped the band build its massive following in Pittsburgh.  Michalski, Mitchell and Chuckie Wagner left the band, effectively ending Mach 2.

Mach 3 began with the addition of David Losi (keyboards) and Mike Madden (drums.) When Madden couldn’t tour, drum programmer Gregg Bielski took over.  When Ellen switched to bass guitar, this version of The Little Wretches entered the studio. They recorded two albums, with Angelo George playing drums and Jon Paul Leone playing guitar on a third. National press, attorneys, managers, and publicists came calling, as did life’s obligations, and the Little Wretches disbanded in the late 90s.

Robert Wagner continues to perform at coffeehouses and small clubs. A Master’s Degree holder, Wagner also counsels abused, neglected, traumetized and court-adjudicated youth. He is the co-founder of The Calliope Acoustic Open Stage, an event that has lasted 15+ years. He has also recorded and released two new albums in 2020: Undesirables and Anarchists and Burning Lantern Dropped In Straw.  The former having spawned an itunes chart-topping single and having received airplay on more than 115 North American AM/FM radio stations.

“My songs are mirrors, and I often begin or end my performances by playing a version of The Velvet Underground’s “I’ll Be Your Mirror” extended to more than ten-minutes in length to include some of the images that most shaped my view of the world as a young man—working men and women enslaved in pursuit of the dollar, the now-vacant void from whence the spirit fled filled with the distraction of mindless entertainment, alcohol and assorted drugs, people so numb that self-destructive violence has lost its impact and the only way they can hope to feel anything is to hurt the people they love.” adds Wagner

Follow The Little Wretches here:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thelittlewretches
Online: https://littlewretches.com

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The talented guitarist and singer, Trish Discord takes her listeners on an amazing journey in her latest single “Strife”, one of the tracks off her forthcoming album “The Aftermath of 2016.”

Talented indie/alternative artist, Trish Discord, announces the release of “Strife,” a new song where she chronicles her experience as an American international student in London trying to get a work visa.

Trish Discord is from Queens, NY who aims to use music to promote awareness about mental health. She has always been a music enthusiast and started taking professional guitar lessons in college. Her songs are often influenced by the Brooklyn grunge scene, with her passion for making impactful music palpable in her lyrics.

Trish Discord is a fast-emerging alternative artist who is poised with using her musical talent as a tool to tell real-life stories and impact the lives of her listeners. In a related development, the Queens native is set to drop a new single titled “Strife”. The song, which will be officially released on Friday, May 21st, is one of the tracks off her forthcoming album “The Aftermath of 2016.”

The music industry has witnessed a series of evolution over the years, with talented acts across the globe using their gift to bless the ears of music lovers worldwide. One act, Trish Discord, looks set to challenge the status quo in the industry by creating entertaining yet thought-provoking songs. Her latest project, “Strife,” substantiates this claim, as she continues in the pursuit of incorporating mental health issues into her music.

Influenced by Paramore and Mitski, the talented guitarist and singer takes her listeners on an amazing journey in “Strife.” She sings about her time in London and her experiences trying to get a visa during the Brexit era and returning home in the heat of the US elections. Trish aims to inspire hope in her listeners irrespective of the situation of things, especially in the face of unfavorable sudden events, like the happenings in 2016.

For more information about “Strife” and other works from Trish Discord, please visit – www.trishdiscord.com
Trish can also be found across several digital and social media platforms, including Linktree, Facebook, and Instagram.

Pre-save link for her music – set for released on Youtube on May 21: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/trishdiscord/strife

Stream her music here:
https://linktr.ee/Trishdiscord

Hip-Hop fusion band tackles the social and political issues behind what separates us!

Raw, passionate, and real. These are just a few terms that could best describe Subconscious Culture. Born from the mind of Erin Miller, Subconscious Culture aims to target and address the issues behind what affects our society for the better and for the worse. The lyrics: unrelenting. The music: skillfully crafted. With songs co-produced by Paul Paresa, this band is dedicated to delivering an organic experience, unadulterated by anything artificial or over-edited. Hot on the heels of the recent singles, “Still Moments”, “Paper Thin”, and “Almost Love” comes a new EP, “What Separates Us” which is available on May 24, 2021. The new EP features lush soundscapes and tight grooves aided by horns, strings, and the usual suspects. “What Separates Us” is provided in collaboration with Matt Brewster, Salvatore Manalo, Laryssa Birdseye, Sarah Wild, RxN, DTW, and more!

“What Separates Us” is ultimately a round-trip journey within; a story told in 7 parts.
It will sweep you into a place of bohemian bliss, tethered by alternative soundscapes that are rooted in hip-hop. As the EP progresses, it’ll transport you to smoother pastures laden with jazz and soul influence. The return trip once again embraces bohemian ideals that are ripe with harmony and rich brass. The journey finally culminates with a thought-provoking intensity that can be best described as authentically raw.

Subconscious Culture is ever evolving with its members and genres that are blended with hip-hop. While the first full-length album, “Philosophy Unraveled” featured rock and funk influences, the first EP, “What Separates Us” relies more heavily on jazz tones. In many ways, “What Separates Us” is the first of a two-part release. The followup EP, “What Unifies Us” will close the circle of the duality surrounding human nature. It will be focused on what brings us together, while drawing inspiration from funk and soul. Regardless of the release, listeners should be prepared for intensity and to think, analyze, and interpret.

Get in touch with Subconscious Culture here:

Website: https://subconsciousculture.com/
Facebook: https://facebook.com/subconsciousculture/
Instagram: @subconsciousculture
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0C97LVglrHAuRbUf2mpLmI?si=6oBtVSltQiamW65WqZq6KQ/
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/subconscious-culture/1072557797/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/subconsciousculture/

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The Proper Authorities is the solo project of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Keith Adams; check out the new single ‘Perfect Alibi’

Dreamy synth, high-power guitars, and a pulse-pounding rhythm section set the stage for this epic, sensual retrospective on a souring relationship, the increasingly visible cracks in its foundation, and the search for a truth that seems already discovered.

The Proper Authorities is the solo project of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Keith Adams. Known primarily for his work with the bands Sound Mind and Giant Wow, where he shared bills with acts like Filter, Stabbing Westward, Meat Beat Manifesto, Alien Ant Farm, Moth, Jupiter One, Lab Partners, Dink, and many more. Adams created the Proper Authorities to branch out and work on his lifelong compositional and performance skills.

As in past groups, Adams continues to experiment strongly in the modern pop rock genre with sounds and grooves that aren’t usually found there.
His appreciation for over-the-top arrangements is tempered nicely by his love for good hooks. His lyrics touch on a variety of subjects: matters of self; emotional snapshots in time; tragic and comic figures; and the things that we all want… or at least think that we want.

The Proper Authorities has released the new single ‘Perfect Alibi’.

Follow here:

https://www.theproperauthorities.com/music/perfect-alibi
https://open.spotify.com/track/2XblJ5kgDjZfwy8uXh7eQ2
https://www.facebook.com/theproperauthorities
https://www.instagram.com/theproperauthorities
https://www.twitter.com/TheProperAs

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City Limits is a group of local musicians out of the Tri-cities of Michigan and has just released a new single called ‘The Plan’


City Limits is a group of local musicians out of the Tri-cities of Michigan and has just released a new single called ‘The Plan’.

The Plan is a catchy upbeat pop-rock style song with a poker theme. Each and every line in the song is a carefully crafted metaphor pertaining to the personality of the songwriter, however it is written in such a way that it can be taken literally or for you to form your own personal interpretation of its meaning.

Follow City Limits here:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/city.limits.band/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/C.Limits.B

Where to buy the music:

Apple: https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-plan-single/1556149139
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5piqB1dhAed47A9H2T0qMe?si=SUOibjTqSy6kWrbWWY261g

Watch the single here: