The alternative rock group Lasso Moon release the addictive single ‘Kimota Codeine’ alongside this raw honest music video. The video was inspired by Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Down By Law’, which was shot in black and white with no cutaways. The group found this made the video reflect their honest image and enhanced the single’s theme of transformation.
Underwater artist Christy Lee Rogers collaborates with fellow artist and musician Ryan Murphy to form the alternative rock duo Bayonesse. The internationally known artists have switched their passion from art to the medium of music after finding it was a more ‘powerful and intense’ art form for expressing thought and emotion.
Their debut indie rock single ‘Angel Touching Down’ is taken from their upcoming album ‘Bleeding Heart’. The single has been releases alongside an underwater music video filmed and directed by Rogers herself.
The music video stars actress Elisabeth Donaldson and Bayonesse themselves. Edited by award winning filmmaker Ray Izad-Mehr, gives life to the darkness and turmoil underlying their heart-felt lyrics.
Watch the music video for ‘Angel Touching Down’ here:
I’m always one for a good live video. After all, there’s nothing like watching your favourite band doing their stuff, especially if you didn’t get tickets to the gig.
As many bands do at some point in their career, Sundara Karma have released a live video for their track, ‘Olympia’. Whilst it can seem like a cop-out, just getting a bloke with a camcorder to capture and edgy film of you playing live, it’s always a fan-pleaser and Sundara Karma do not disappoint here.
The video is taken from their packed-out gig at Heaven, London and the cinematography is good; it captures the band at their best and the lively crowd prove that Sundara Karma have already built a strong following.
Indie rock group Dyslexic Postcards release music video for their lead single ‘The Shakes That You Make’.
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Arizona indie rock group, The Breaking Pattern, are bringing a fresh new sound to the emo scene on their debut album There Are Roadmaps In Our Veins. Anthemic vocals and reverb-soaked guitars make for a euphoric and equally lovelorn summery sound.
The band cites emo and pop-punk acts such as Real Friends, The Wonder Years, Man Overboard and The Hotelier as influences. Local critics, promoters, and musicians alike have offered their praises including fellow Arizona heavyweights Lydia, whose guitarist Justin Camacho has worked to coproduce some of the bands upcoming singles.
‘Wrecker is an autobiographical song about breaking things, relationships, people. It’s a letter to the past, an admission of guilt and an apology all rolled into one.’
UK rock band Tellison release this new video for their fierce single ‘Wrecker’. It sees lead singer Stephen Davidson about to suffocated with a plastic bag, before getting saved by a baseball-bat-wielding bunny. You know, the usual stuff.
Nai Harvest has always had a habit of surprising people, whether by surpassing their sonic expectations of a two piece or by effortlessly skipping between genres. Racing through ‘80s and ‘90s-influenced indie rock, their recent album Hairball (Released April 2015) is propulsive and elastic, taking sharp turns into hazy garage punk and feedback-laden grunge.
Video director Ed Crisp explained how it came to fruition: “I had the idea a while ago for a video that was based on a band playing in the middle of a circular dolly track, so that was the sort of starting point for the video… We got some friends in to be in the background and to bring loads of props and costumes etc; for some reason somebody had a kangaroo outfit and a gas mask.”
Have a look at this captivating confusion for yourself …
Stellar pair of rock tracks set to be unleashed on June 15th
The singles are both taken from current Johnny Wore Black album ‘Walking Underwater Part 2’. Available now, it followed debut LP ‘Walking Underwater Part 1’ as a double whammy of albums released in 2014 to excellent reviews. ‘Part 2’ sees Johnny Wore Black continue to evolve his unique energy and song writing style, with an intense, passionate lyrical style.
On hearing the singles and the album as a whole it should come as no surprise that this acerbic brand of indie-rock already has fans among music’s top table. Notable followers of Jonny Wore Black include Tim Simenon (Bomb The Bass), Danny Bigfoot (Shanks and Bigfoot), Loretta Heywood (Winter in July), David Ellefson (Megadeth), Simon Hutchby (Earthtone 9) and more.
In the words of David Ellefson himself:
“Johnny Wore Black has a very unique sound that I like and as an artist creating a unique sound is one of the hardest things to do, you either have it or you don’t and to me Johnny Wore Black definitely has it.”
The musical musings of a poet turned rock song writer, Johnny Wore Black is an artist who uses words to draw listeners in to his unusual tales. Born from a background in the movie business and as an A-list stunt performer, Johnny Wore Black delivers a powerful and cinematic sound. Insistent that it’s up to the listener to discover how the music fits into their own journey through life, the songs encompass everyday situations by twisting them into dark corners and putting them against a solid rock background.
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