Party with Throwback Suburbia, get a Shot Glass Souvenir
It’s been almost a year and a half since Vancouver’s retro-modern pop rock quintet released their self-titled album, and we’ve been craving to hear more ever since. Well, they kept us waiting long enough. Throwback Suburbia announced the completion of their latest effort, Shot Glass Souvenir, which is set to be released January 14th. You can pre-order Shot Glass Souvenir at the Throwback Suburbia webstore.
Dave Moisan will lift you up with Ungravity
If Dave Moisan‘s music can be described in one word, it would be friendly. Instantly toe tapping and finger snapping, his feelgood pop will get you in a good mood, no matter what. And we have very high expectations for his upcoming EP, Ungravity. This extremely talented artist has been blazing through our pop charts as of late, so you owe it to yourself to check out his music. You can pre-order his EP at the iTunes store.
Death Audio to record their audio on video
Australian metalcore up-and-comers Death Audio are currently in the studio cutting out their latest headbangtastic album, and they’ve brought a camera with them to record a series of webisodes of the process. There’s four tracks from previous efforts and events available for download at their Web site at the low, low price of $0 (and signing up to their mailing list). Hit them up on Facebook to follow their progress as they record their new album!
Frank Palangi is Frank Palangi
Frank Palangi, the Upstate NY rocker, is set to take on the music world with his brand of modern rock. After working on a variety of projects that led to many events, motion picture placements and big career opportunitties, he went down to Nashville to record his self-titled EP. His new video has been featured on Albany’s Q103, and his debut EP is available now in the iTunes store. Check it out!