New on the indie music scene, Blackbird Blackbird is going to become that band you just can’t stop humming. And when you find out it’s just one guy behind the sound, you might be a little impressed.
Blackbird Blackbird is San Francisco based producer Mikey Maramag. On June 3rd, he released his album ‘Tangerine Sky‘ and this summer he tours stateside. Word on his Facebook is he may need a place to stay.. help a musician out?
Pegged as one of the most allusive bands of 2013, is Jungle ready to show their faces? Maybe. Or we could keep the mystery alive and you could try to guess which ones of twelve individuals pictured on their website are actually making the music. Maybe it’s none of them.
One way or another the cat may be out of the bag – with a tour scheduled across Europe underway, and their first album being released on July 15th, we will soon be well acquainted with Jungle. Make sure you’re in the know by listening below, and connecting here.
They look.. like California skateboards. They are.. musicians from a land down under. They have.. just released a new EP, entitled ‘Godspeed‘, on Friday, May 14th.
You should.. listen to ‘Day by Day’. And potentially.. go purchase the new record. After all.. they’re on tour. And it could.. be a good idea to catch these guys live. Meet Sons Et Al. What are you waiting for?
If you haven’t heard of Baby Metal, you’re about to. No this is not a joke. Not even a little bit. So pay attention. Because maybe we told you first. (Maybe not.)
This teenage trio (age 14-16), dressed in what looks like your little sister’s Hot Topic attire, sings pop music over heavy metal, and has dance moves that ‘match’. Regardless of whether or not you think it’s good, it’s getting popular. The young, dare we say starlets, just got signed to a major recording deal. Their first record came out at the end of February to the tune of 30k copies sold in the first week. And coming up they make their U.K. debut at Sonisphere Festival.
When will the girls land stateside? It’s TBD. But after getting vetted by Megadeath alum Marty Friedman, we’re thinking it won’t be long. What will the American reaction be? Welp.