Yesterdays Nothing has been tracking Scrub and Ace Ha‘s series, ‘Plastic Rock‘, since the very beginning. With every video, the rapper/producer duo takes inspiration from rock classics we love, and turns them into hip-hop tracks we can’t get enough of. For their 5th and final volume, the pair paid tribute to rock legends, Aerosmith. You can head here to see the latest video in the series!
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“I hope people walk away feeling a bit better about everything. Life can be hard, and it’s not all perfect or always fair, or always beautiful. But I think it’s great to be alive, and you have to appreciate that and remember how lucky you are, even against the bad stuff.”
Shameless Promotions & Media recently interviewed Bryan Howell on his new album, Take the Risk, the newly released music video for “Your Saturday Night,” and a whole lot more. Click here to check it out.
Bryan Howell and The Standalones have premiered the video for “Your Saturday Night” on Kill The Music!
“We wanted to do a video that was reasonably straightforward, and showed the energy of the song and hopefully to some extent the band live. At the same time I wanted a basic through-line that fit with one of the angles “Your Saturday Night” could be about.”
Click here for the full interview and watch video.
For fans of: Alannis Morrisette, Evanescence, and maybe even Alexisonfire. Constant Coogan’s new video for “Bury Me Alive” is now streaming on Vents Magazine.
“With a brand of vocally driven pop music akin to acts like Alanis Morissette and Evanescence, San Francisco’s Constant Coogan marries intricate drums, punchy bass, and poignant vocals with heartfelt, honest, hopeful lyrics. Throw in a little rock, rebellion, and a background in musical theatre and you have a dynamite act that’s been taking the Bay Area by storm since early 2015.”
Click here for the video and full story.
Almost Famous Friends are The Daily Listening’s latest Daily Discovery! Click the link below to read about their new album I’m Not Who I Want To Be and listen to their single “All I Can Do”!
“Hailing from Austin, TX the foursome of Almost Famous Friends is set to conquer the pop-rock world. If you’re into the old school era of the genre, this band needs to go on your music to-do list.”
Check out “All I Can Do” here: http://bit.ly/1t1B91t
The recently released music video for “All I Can Do” from Austin, TX’s Almost Famous Friends has been featured on Pure Grain Audio. Check out the full article and see what the band had to say about the song HERE!