In the wake of Sneaky Castro Dan Verner has crafted another rock and roll machine, Monster Eats Pilot. With a combination of Alternative, Grunge, soul, and low down and dirty rock and roll Monster Eats Pilot has released a new album called “Extended Unicorn Play”. Check out what Dan had to say, and check out Monster Eats Pilot on the information superhighway. www.facebook.com/monstereatspilot
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Friday, May 24, 2013
Shale's track "III" off of their eponymous debut is a slow burning and beautiful song. It sounds a little like Karate, Gastr Del Sol and American Analog Set. Pretty harmonics and violins accessorize this weighty tune, which swells and becomes fat with saturation at the end. Thunderous and brilliant drums blast out and settle with dual vocal melodies.
It is worth noting that this band features former members of Fugue and midi.
Beautiful album art to boot!
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Creating an underground sensation and taking it across the
country, three piece NO play a mixture between punk rock and something that
sounds like it came from the 1980’s underground.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Last year's CTIndie.com Summer Mix Tape D60 was so successful, we put the link in the top right corner of our page and there it has remained into the new year, still acquiring hits steadily. So we are gonna do it again, this year. Send us your music to firstname.lastname@example.org or just drop box it to us using the link on the right side of the screen.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
"Buck McGrane plays sad songs that make you feel good." - Dan from Pools are Nice. That's all it says on the bio part of Buck McGrane's Bandcamp. I don't know if I agree that the songs are sad but they CERTAINLY make you feel good.
Monday, May 20, 2013
Integrity is one of those bands that people either love or hate. There is no middle ground for this band, which is basically a vehicle for lead man, Dwid Hellion, to express the darkness that exists within him.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
From their earliest recordings, up to their latest one, no one could have predicted the musical trajectory of Louisville's Coliseum. On early albums such as "Goddamage" and "No Salvation", they were more of a straight up crusty hardcore band, while they took a slight left turn with the spooky post-punk vibes of 2010's "House With A Curse". Soon followed, the "Parasites" EP, and in 2013 on their most recent record, "Sister Faith", released late last month, they have undergone yet another transformation, yet still retaining all of their power and passion.
Monday, May 13, 2013
5/17 - Another show at Tommy's with Florida = Death, Heavy Breath, Machinegun Wolf and New Years Revolution
Since Tommy' Restaurant in Middletown started doing punk shows last summer, it has become a reliably fun place to go to see a variety of Connecticut's most exciting and relevant acts. With its low door price ($5, all of which goes to the artists), affordable drinks, delicious entrees and gorgeous patio view, Tommy's provides a unique atmosphere for people of all walks of life to gather and take in a gig.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Thursday, May 2, 2013
Bob D'Aprile from CTROCK on WPKN Bridgeport and CTIndie.com
have teamed up to produce and syndicate an ongoing monthly radio spot
promoting as many CT shows and artists as we can. The spot series,
called Ab Origine
(from the source, in latin) premiered June 28th on WPKN.
Hear the latest edition of Ab Origine below: