The Flavians On The Radio based in Berlin. Single Bio and Review from The Eclectic Social Music Club.
Servi Dei Due Padroni are getting ready to release their self titled 5 song EP. They are a trio from Italy and live in a beautiful city called Viterbo. They are made up of Filippo Moreschini (guitar), Elisa Marra (Lead Vocals) and Eugenio Razzano (bass). Servi Dei Due Padroni’s influences are predominantly the Arctic Monkeys and... Continue Reading →
Silver Wilson are a band from the UK based in Nottingham and Leeds who’s musical influences are include pop, hip-hop and rock. They listen to The Maccabees and The 1975 but also enjoy the modern hip-hop styles of Post Malone and Kendrick Lamar. The quartet is made up of Brandon Hill (lead vocals/guitar) Gabe Holland (keys/backing... Continue Reading →
Southern Gothics This week we take a look at O.G.D (Organ Guitar and Drums) trio the Southern Gothics and analyze their newest single intro riff on Who Knows? Right of the bat it has the the classic rock elements that make you think of Led Zeppelin, Rival Sons and Jack White. The riff begins in... Continue Reading →
Southern Gothics is the type of band that you want to hear on a beer soaked floor, dim lighting, cheep drinks, in a packed dive bar with a fire code capacity for 100 people but there’s 150! Yes, it echos Jack White, The Black Keys and The Deadweather and yes it’s not original, but as the... Continue Reading →
Dustyn Knapp Few words come to mind when trying to explain the sounds that you’ll here from Dustyn Knapp and his new album Dying To Live. Its like nothing you’ve ever heard before: a unique sound distinct only to Dustyn that he can truly call his own. Knapp is a producer, writer, multi-instrumentalist, poet, singer, rapper,... Continue Reading →
Hallelujah You’re Gone Eryn is a blues singer currently residing in New Jersey who is the youngest person to be inducted into the New Jersey Blues Hall Of Fame. She has shared the stage with the likes of Don McLean, Johnny Winter, Buddy Guy, Greg Allman, and Robert Cray to name a few. So it makes sense that Jack Daley... Continue Reading →
Riff Of The Week 08/02/2018 This is where we take a look at a riff that we feel needs some attention. The Casey Jr. Ride, hailing from Mannheim, Germany definitely deserve some of that. With echoes of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Dandy Warhols and The 22-20’s, you get the sense that this band... Continue Reading →