24 November 2014

The Indie Artist Spotlight - November 24th 2014

Happy music monday! It's rock week! And even better, we've got some golden oldies! When I say that, I mean we've got some tracks that we've played in the past. And they're good ones. So enjoy!

1) Scottish Widows - Drive Me Crazy
Scottish Widows have a rock sound best compared to the likes of Buckcherry, the Black Crowes, Stone Temple Pilot, and the Allman Brothers.This sound gives the Widows the versatility to play for and along side virtually any rock band in our vast music community making for a night of music and entertainment to truly remember.

2) Mary Jane's Affair - Time For My Show
Alternative rock/punk/rap band from La Paz-Bolivia, formed in 2006. They are known for their extravagant live performances and their fusion of many genres.

3) Recruits - Right Words
Recruits are a newly formed alternative rock band from the North Lincolnshire/Humberside area. The band started writing original material in April and released their debut single Right Words on the 11th May 2014, which received a very positive reception from listeners.

4) Salt Petal - Pico
Los Angeles is a city of diversity, a place of mixed cultures with a colorful tradition. Few bands better represent this than LA musical collective Salt Petal whose cross border musical influences of Argentinian folk, Brazilian tropicalia, Cumbia and up tempo indie rock blurs ethnic and musical boundaries. In March 2013, Salt Petal released their sophomore album titled “Sea Monster.”
https://soundcloud.com/ salt-petal/sets/seamonster/s-9 ipgo

5) Karmik - The Distance
"Karmick is the sound of two brothers making music together. Both brothers are talented multi-instrumentalist, playing on a wide range of Indian and Western instruments. The band is primarily self-taught, which adds a unique edge to their sound."

6) Plaxton and the Void - Winter Waltz
Plaxton & the Void have hail from of Warsaw, Indiana, with their latest EP, "Still Alive." Combining acoustic indie songs with dynamic rock band backing, the five-piece has been steadily gaining popularity in the Hoosier state.

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