On Holiday’s latest EP, “2AM”

I might be late to the party with this one, but On Holiday released their latest EP 2AM on Nov. 5 – and it is a killer. The second collection of the year following Invasion, 2AM is a five-song piece featuring the same grimy, high-powered sound of their earlier works. Starting with “AUD” and endingContinue reading “On Holiday’s latest EP, “2AM””

Kat Lock releases “Some Recurring Notes”

Today, September 10th, Kat Lock has gifted the world her third EP called Some Recurring Notes. Featuring both last week’s single, “Forever Boy,” and 2020’s “Venus,” this release contains eleven songs and is the longest of the two former collections an existence and You Again. Most of the songs in Some Recurring Notes were writtenContinue reading “Kat Lock releases “Some Recurring Notes””

New single from uhLYSSuh

Alyssa Danley, AKA uhLYSSuh, released her latest single, “Cozy,” today, November 21. Known for her strong vocals, Danley has released two singles this year under the moniker uhLYSSuh: “Cozy” and the July track, “Roll With It.” Where the earlier single is funky and theatrical, intensely encouraging listeners to just go with the flow, “Cozy” isContinue reading “New single from uhLYSSuh”

Catch up with The Danner Party’s latest album: “Ex Nihilo”

The Danner Party released their first collection of songs since 2016 on July 17. The album, Ex Nihilo, contains fifteen songs and includes the two singles, “Don’t Wait Up” and “Ego Death Rattle.” The Danner Party consists of Pete Hess (guitar and vocals), Zakk Foster (guitar), Ben McCulloch (bass), and Charlie Williams (drums). So far,Continue reading “Catch up with The Danner Party’s latest album: “Ex Nihilo””

New from Dire Gnome:

OKC band Dire Gnome put out their new album, Oversteeped and Understrained, yesterday, October 10. The band consists of Nathan Retherford (vocals and guitar), Krisha Retherford (bass), and Kenny Holloway (drums). They have one previously released album, Homebrew, from last year (January 2019). Oversteeped and Understrained continues the story started in Homebrew. Using elements fromContinue reading “New from Dire Gnome:”