Monday, 16 October 2017 19:30

Some good music Update #11

Written by The Old School Project

 Some good music from the campaign that's still running!

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Jerrod Phillips

With the release of his first EP, Ruins, Jerrod Phillips reveals some of the most intimate details of his life up to this point.  Moving to Nashville from Los Angeles in 2009 to pursue songwriting, Jerrod quickly found himself in a sea of songs that didn't quite suit his taste. As the years flew by, health issues stemming from a pituitary tumor forced him to reevaluate what he was doing with his life.

The Ghibertins

At the end of 2014, two years after its founding, the band realizes that it had given to the group a well-defined soul, a fortune that none of the members had in the past musical experiences. It was time to share this spirit with the outside world.
In February 2015 the trio enters in the T.Rex Milan studio to record the first EP. The idea was clear: to reflect 100% the style and technique used during live performances, recreating a minimalist sound with a few guitars and few tracks, using the rigid guitar case as a percussion. What seemed impossible, has become reality. This thought comes in the EP’s title: “Square The Circle”.

 

Celebrators

'The Get Down' is a high speed chase down the Pacific Coast Highway and across the great divide straight into the swamps, funk, and groove of New Orleans. Conceived, written, and recorded in a fever during the spring of 2014. 'The Get Down' is a carnival of soul, funk, blues and rock & roll! Plug in your mind and bask in the merriment of music. Celebrators Unite!

 

Builder of the House

Builder of the House is the Portland, ME based Folk Pop duo comprised of Robert Cimitile and Elliot Heeschen. This year the group released Hourglass, a four song EP, on sonaBLAST! Records. Two music videos from the album have been making the rounds at film festivals. The album marks the second release from the group along with their debut album I Am a Tidal Wave.

 

Little Galaxies

Little Galaxies is a band from Venice Beach formed by Southern California natives Jeanna Fournier (vocals/guitar) and Amir Eshraghi (guitars/theremin). Their sound has been described as a "harmonious balance of pop and alt-rock with that LA edge" (OC Weekly). A whirlwind of shimmering guitars, soaring vocals and infectious rhythms encompass their debut album Patterns, recorded, mixed and co-produced by Sejo Navajas at the historic 4th Street Recording studio in Santa Monica (The Beach Boys, No Doubt, Incubus, Fiona Apple).

Sleep Signals

Minneapolis hard rock quintet, Sleep Signals, have garnered a dedicated following through relentless touring, their explosive live performances, and their ability to blend catchy hooks with their high-energy songwriting style.
2017 continues to be a huge year for Sleep Signals, which started with the release of their new single, "I'll Save You", on 1/27/17, along with an accompanying music video that was premiered by Vevo. The single was produced by Grammy-nominated producer, Justin Rimer (Saving Abel, 12 Stones).

 

North American Pharaohs

In a society comprised of social norms and stereotypes, every person struggles  through the journey of finding their own identity. Whether sticking with the norm or making your own path, it is always important to stay true to who you are. For San Antonio, Texas alternative rockers,  North American Pharaohs (formerly The Morning Owls), this journey is the foundation that inspires their music and their willingness to rise above all. 

 

Pralaya

Alt/Prog-Art/Rock are the sonic experiments conducted by these NYC based musical alchemists. This quartet channels their versatile musical cognizance into an abstract sound that transcends genre definitions by incorporating diverse influences.

 

Wild Root

Wild Root is comprised of dedicated working musicians who are ambassadors of some of the most soulful original music coming out of Southwest Florida.

 

J Burn

Jay Burn is a singer, songwriter from the San Francisco Bay Area. With influences ranging from The Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash to Neil Young, Tom Petty and more eclectic ones, like Sparklehorse. Jack Johnson and Foy Vance are a couple of the contemporary musicians he has been compared to.