Boston’s Groundlift return with a scorcher of a new track entitled “Outta My Head” which is out now alongside an accompanying video to pique yer peepers as well as aurally awe you![Read more…]
It takes a special kind of band to drag an old column out of mothballs and Australian power trio Eliza & The Delusionals is definitely that sort of band. Raw and rawkin’ and following up on their debut EP in 2017, this group is set to take on the US with their latest infectious offering “Just Exist”![Read more…]
I totally forgot that at one point there was a category for video features over here so again, 2018 for the win in resurrecting old headers over on RNRF.
But I digress. [Read more…]
What can one possibly say about a song that has everything? Not much really because Dive Exit’s “Living Dangerous” has it all: great riffs, a catchy chorus, AND a fun video! But I’d be remiss if I didn’t say something…. [Read more…]
France’s LizZard released one of our favorite albums of 2014 which opened with the stunning “Vigilent”, a throbbing slab of Chevelle meets Tool progressive rock [Read more…]
At some point there must’ve been a timewarp that brought back early Skinny Puppy into the present day or at the very least, Youth Code is some alternate universe version of SP. Regardless of what higher power brought this Los Angeles duo to industrial’s doorstep just be thankful that they’re here. They’re vicious, they’re danceable, and they have a message. The lead single off their latest EP, A Place To Stand, “Consuming Guilt” has all of those parts and more. [Read more…]
Move over Gogol Bordello because there’s a new “kolektiv” in town ready to topple your reign as the international crossover “Wanderlust King”. Their name is Dubioza kolektiv and their sound, quite simply, is infectious. Combining sounds from their native land of Bosnia with some amped up grooves and guitars melding ska and funk with metal, Dubioza kolektiv create a unique dichotomy that will have new listeners instantly hooked.
There’s a link in the Youtube clip below for “No Escape (from Balkan) to get their newest (FREE!) EP, Happy Machine, but in the meantime you can check out Wild Wild East here before their upcoming album hits in 2015 through Bill Gould’s KoolArrow Records.
Things are starting to heat up in Hank & Cupcakes land! Their latest album, CA$H 4 GOLD, has just been released and they’re about to embark upon a massive North American tour. As a proper send off (And to remind you why you need to check them out on tour), Hank & Cupcakes have released their self-made video for C4G opener “Bat Your Eyelids” and like most everything the duo do, it rocks. Propelled by Cupcakes raw charisma and the seemingly simple yet fascinating imagery, “Bat Your Eyelids” captures the eye-catching synth-fueled world of H&C in a glorious three minutes.
But enough talking from me. I’ll let the music (and video) speak for itself.
“I got a heartbeat/I got some sense of self/I’ve got a closet/Skeletons on the shelf”
Thus begins “Skeletons”, the first track from Where The Nightmare Gets In-Theta: Chapter One by Sweden’s Nervous Nellie. It’s the lead track off the first in a series of mini-albums/EP’s that will eventually be released together as their fourth full-length in December.
But how does it sound?
Amidst a driving low end, layered synths and vocals reminiscent of Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears and New Radicals’ Gregg Alexander, Nervous Nellie explodes onto the scene with a sound that can be best described as indie post-punk Pop. Got it? Good.
And the video?
It’s cool! If you like fire, a sense of tribalism, and dig the song already then this is the perfect visual accompaniment.
Where The Nightmare Gets In will be released in December. I , for one, am excited to hear what’s to come. To find out more about Nervous Nellie, head on over to their Facebook page here.
And for our 101st post, we go to a singer that inspired the next half of our musical journey. I’m talking about that other legend, Pete Murray, of course! Haunting, yet exhilarating, the first track off the upcoming sophomore release from Life On Planet 9 is everything fans have come to expect from Murray and more.
While Murray exercises his soprano vocal muscles, guitarist Neil Godfrey goes for the subtle approach which makes for a rousing arrangement and a welcome return from one of the most underrated duos in modern rock.
As for the video: Do you really need anything more than the two fine gentlemen of Life On Planet 9 rocking out while looking dapper? No, I suspect you do not.