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Stonefield Far From Earth

Far From Earth has fuzzed out instruments, synthesized organs and hard hitting rhythm with soaring pop style vocals. The music is dynamic, quieting down to make space for the vocals and to draw rhythmic intrigue then building up for good measure. The music stands in the territory between hard rock, dance, desert rock, and psychedelic rock placing it in position to reach a broad fan base.

Oh Sees Smote Reverser

Oh Sees Smote Reverser Oh Sees is back with Smote Reverser and a new band name (formerly Thee Oh Sees, OCS). Smote Reverser comes at you with charged energized songs steering toward the boundaries of rock music. John Dwyer continues... Continue Reading →

La Luz Floating Features

La Luz writes and arranges as a band and everything comes together in uncanny perfection. The vocal arrangements and performance are some of the best out there. Every song has Shana Cleveland (Guitar), Marian Li-Pino (Drums), Lena Simon (Bass), and Alice Sandahl (Keys) harmonizing vocals and truly capturing that retro girl group vibe sounding like The Ronettes of 1960’s fame.

L.A. Witch, Drive Your Car 7″

L.A. Witch Drive Your Car 7”   L.A. Witch’s ‘Drive Your Car’ 7” is bitter sweet and leaves you wanting more. The surfy garage rock sounds of this all women trio include punk rock attitude and a nod to the... Continue Reading →

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