Virtual Roo-ality continued with a full lineup of music and other entertainment almost more eclectic and random than the day before. Day 2 could be known as the day of exponential positivity, complete and total randomness and the night of the jam band.
Every once in awhile I like to do a download of artists or songs that are currently sneaking into my playlists and therefore taking over my life in all the best ways. My hope is they do the same for you! This round-up includes a little something for everyone from R&B to Metal/Pop Rock to some indie options. So strap up. Here. We. Go.
Whether it’s in how he carries himself, his music or what he visually creates, there’s one thing you can’t deny about Barney Cortez: he has style. You can see that abundantly in his Pretty Thin EP.
One of my favorite questions is, “What are you listening to right now?” So, I’m back with more music recs for you! Not all of these are necessarily new, but they’re what I’m currently spinning a lot of.
The times of throwing musicians into one specific genre are fading. William Rose is a master musician and frontman, but don’t try to categorize him or The Flying Islands. Because, what they create won’t fit into your boxes. It will beautifully paint outside the lines.
When I connected with the Omaha alt-rock/indie band About-Face, I was more than stoked to take a listen. Their nods to the genre and melodies caught me right away.
So many musicians out there are doing some seriously cool stuff. Among them are the Philadelphia-based folk, Americana and indie rock influenced group Under the Oak.
If you don’t think it’s possible for music to charm the heck out of you then you are dead wrong, my friend. Listen to Domestic Blend and try not to be wooed.
Let me just cut to the chase. If Milky Chance comes anywhere near you, don’t ask yourself if you should go. Just. Go.
If there's anyone that embodies "third times a charm" it's Josh Ostrander. After striking out earlier in his career, he has evolved into Mondo Cozmo and created something so soulfully infectious it's hard to ignore.