What a lovely Saturday boys and girls!

Enjoy this weekend with fresh bands and solo artists...

 

 

Oh!Kelly

Oh!Kelly is energetic, layered, and visceral.

The brain-child of Jared O'Kelley (VOX), Oh!Kelly composes American rock with the joys of Pop, the melancholy of Blues, and the empowerment of Punk into a self-proclaimed "identity crisis" that can bounce between Top-40 hooks and deep track ALT/indie broods like a sushi sampler served with french fries. Oh!Kelly's live show evokes a wide range of emotions that connect audiences of all ages, as nostalgic flare for 90's and early 00's headbang along in tracks like "History...Repeating" and "Nepotism", and progressive vibes fit the modern bill with "Howling at the Moon". This gumbo mashup of sub-genres is made possible by all-star musicians, seasoned respectively in their own backgrounds, ranging from Metal and Lo-fi to Top-40 and Gospel.


Joel DaSilva

Delving back deeply into his Chicago Blues and Americana roots, DaSilva has emerged with some truly visceral new material, the culmination of months of soul searching, hard living and late night driving. The result? “Everywhere From Here”, Featuring the single “SHAKE!” released in July, 2017. ‘SHAKE!’ is the first single from DaSilva’s forthcoming new album entitled “Everywhere From Here” to be released in September 2017. Produced at nationally renowned TrunNoyz Studios in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, ‘SHAKE!’ captures the essence of Joel’s combustible new blues sound which combines elements of lo fi garage blues with a driving roots beat.


A Wild Frontier

A Wild Frontier was started in the Spring of 2016 by former members of The Status, Ben Grant and Mike Felker. Even prior to The Status’ 2008 Doghouse records release (So This Is Progress), Ben and Mike had been writing together for 5 years. With hundreds of songs and unused demos since then to choose from, they began recording A Wild Frontier’s debut record in March of 2016. “Make It Count” was released on April 4th, 2017 and is available at all digital retail stores and is available on CD from the bands website .


Flashpoint

In 2010, Tim Deschaine, former front man and guitarist for Los Angeles based band Nimbus, moved to Augusta, KS to start a family. After a short break, Tim arose from the ashes of the Nimbus project, to continue his passion for songwriting. He then threw himself headfirst into the Wichita music scene. 
After weeks of searching for band members, in 2014, Tim called upon close friend and guitarist, Josh Gilbert, to join the ranks and bring his love of playing to the foreground. Through Josh came Flashpoint's first drummer whom brought the next core member and bassist Joshua Naval. Joshua's diverse knowledge of rhythm and understanding of structure, made him a perfect match for the group. With two years under Flashpoint's belt, a time came where the original drummer decided to part ways. Through friends and neighbors of the group, came Flashpoint's drummer Ammon Ohlson. Ammon, a self taught drummer and madman, was the missing element the band needed.


The Barrbarians

In under two years, The BarrBarians went from blasting Misfits songs in the van on the way to their gigs, to opening up for former Misfits’ lead singer, Michale Graves. This independent rock band from the windy shores of Asbury Park, NJ are taking their motivation and love of music and cultivating a following for their raw, head-banging sound. Their influences — bands like Green Day, Nirvana, Black Sabbath, Elvis, the Misfits (of course), and more — follow that same rough, but melodic pathway. Molding their sound and forming a fan base has been what these five rockers have been working toward, and it seems to be paying off. 
-THE AQUARIAN weekly-

 

Son of Prey

Son of Prey plays alternative rock based on powerful themes, driven by strong vocals and numerous guitars performed as modern ”wall of sound”.

 

Lilah Burger

Lilah Burger was born on July 7th, 1999 in Los Angeles, California. At the age of five, Lilah began taking piano lessons, and she continued to do so until age ten. At age fifteen, Lilah released her first official song, "The Good Guy." Upon the day "The Good Guy" came out, Lilah released many other singles like jazzy-rebellious "Oh, Darling" and nostalgic "Flicker Back To You."  In June of 2017, Lilah's debut album 'Carnival' was released. Heavily influenced by Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" and Harley Quinn and The Joker's love affair in Suicide Squad, 'Carnival' tells a tale of heartbreak and recovery. The title track, "Carnival," speaks of a love like a puppet show. "My life at the time of creating this album was a carnival in itself. I was going through so much at once; it was quite overwhelming. That's when the inspiration kicked in," Lilah says. "She's Not Real" cries out feelings of abandonment, while "Know-It-All" talks of a judgmental friend. "Incorporating Godinto my music is very important to me," Lilah states.

 

 

Olivia Henry

Olivia Henry grew up in Los Angeles, singing and writing poems. At an early age, she began classical vocal training with a Belgian Opera singer, and furthered her training in jazz, contemporary, and musical.

 


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Brian Jones Rock'n'Roll Revival

The Brian Jones Rock’n’Roll Revival inspires the timeless boogie of soul-driven blues-based Rock’n’Roll. This music will inspire your SPIRIT, and we uplift your SOUL…… So turn it up!

In July 2016, we released our first album of original rock & roll music “A Real Good Time.”  The Album is anchored in hard driving blues, big riffs, sexy hooks, and plenty of swagger.  The EP features several all-star guest players, on piano, guitars and harmonica.  You can listen to some of the songs here on the website.

QOK

QOK is an alternative pop rock band from Northern Virginia.  The band writes and performs original music that blends styles such as pop, rock, reggae, jazz, blues, latin, caribbean, and soul. QOK enjoys being involved in the community and raising awareness of topics close to their hearts. The band currently works with local organizations such as USA Cares and FishingCommunity.org who represent the military community and advocate for mental health awareness, both topics which inspired their original song “Unknown Soldier”. In the past they have shared their music and talents with Loudoun County Public Schools to support suicide prevention. As they write new music and prepare for a 2018 tour, QOK hopes to keep building relationships that promote music influenced by their community. Their debut EP "EPisode I" was released June 2017 and is available in all online music stores.

 

Article Photograph byCharles Deluvio

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Friday, 08 December 2017 00:00

The States LIVE at Moy Media December 15th

Last Show of this year....

The States are back right before they head out on their Kindred Florida Tour. Come dance, eat, and be merry as they serenade the night with their original music and some covers! It'll be a night to remember as always!

Come help give to those in need with us Moy Media on December 15th ! We will be donating 20% of sales to St. Jude children's hospital!

All you have to do is buy a ticket and come get in the holiday spirit!!

Hosted:

Moy Media
36 S Magnolia Ave. Suite 200, Ocala, Florida 3447
 

A live show for a good cause ! ! ! Be There...
Free Sample from a previous awesome night...

Promoted by THe Old School Project

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Nialand Live in New York with Leesta Vall Sound Recordings

On January 31st, Chicago's Nialand comes to Office Sessions for what promises to be a very special session.

We'll cut a 7" lathe cut vinyl record containing a super-exclusive live performance of a song (chosen by Nialand at the session) specifically for each person that orders between now and the session date. Every record is cut live in realtime, so every record is 100% one-of-a-kind.

To make it more special, Nialand will even give you a shoutout before she goes into your song!

And, we'll be live streaming the session HERE on 1/31 at 2:30pm (ET), so tune in and watch Nialand cut your record!

Quantities are very limited, so don't sleep on this one.

Our limited edition lathe cut record releases are made on a modified antique record cutting lathe from the 1950's. Each record is handmade, one at a time, in real time, by a real person. Visit www.nialand.com to register. Hurry, registration closes on 1/30/18 at 11:59pm EST

www.nialand.com

https://leestavall.com/products/nialand

 

 

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Who likes the purple color?

Guess what!! We love it!

Mini Competition for Best Picture of the Night at Jazzbones2803 6th Ave.

In order to create the album of the evening, we would like the attendees to take part.

So what do you have to do?

Equip with your best mood, wear a glowing smile, charge your cell phone or camera, and shoot as many pictures as you can during the show.

Send the one you like best at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your name under or post it at our facebook page ( The Old School Project ) during the show tagging @theoldschoolproject and @Limberlost Music ….

A vote will follow for the best photo and the winner will get a unique handmade backpack by Handy Ingenious Tools series worth 70,00 euros.

NOTE*

You do not have to be a professional photographer or take the best shot of the galaxy. We applaud the effort and willingness to participate.

All photos will be publishes at the review of the night on www.theoldschoolproject.com

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Friday January 19

Limberlost Music
Dedset
See By Sound

Doors at 7, Music at 8
$6adv/$10dos/21+

Jazzbones
2803 6th Ave
Tacoma WA 98406

Get your tickets here

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Humans, Slingers, Bands and Artsist The Cubes on stage!
The Cubes will perform on stage on the 30th of April (Monday) at Casa Bar Liverpool.
The band will stimulate the mood of visitors and give at the event the character that suits it.
Mindset on Music Charity Gig with the cubes and other bands like Equinox and Visions of Albion. 
Hope to see you there!
 
It's only 4 Pounds OTD and 3 Pounds for a ticket. 
30 April at 18:3023:30 UTC+01
Casa Bar Liverpool
 

About the Band

The cubes is a band covering different projects of Jacob Solarek who writes and performs his own music. The cubes were founded in 2012 through instrumental jamming with couple of friends. Later on, after a few life changing circumstances, the cubes made a few appearances in Poland. Those appearances were a result of meeting the frontman with a rhythm section (which at the time made up Mateusz Michalczak on bass guitar and Michał Śmierzchała on drums).
Unfortunately the band could only function on rare occasions while all the members got back home for Christmas break. Moreover, Jacob was living in the UK.
Therefore their next appearance took place several months later, during the “Experyment Festival” 2014 in Zbąszyń (Poland). This festival’s performance featured Nine Lives Thomas – Liverpool’s harmonica player. After couple of other performances, the band was facing another upcoming change. In 2015/16 bass guitarist Simon Smith joined who gave renewed life to the songs. Drum sticks and stool was given to Anthony Longworth. The band started gigging in Liverpool in places such as The Cavern Pub, Zanzibar, Lantern Theatre and the Soft Scoop event held in The City of Liverpool College. The cubes also appeared at Liverpool Sound City Festival 2016. Soon afterwards Julia Manley has joined the band to play the piano. This lineup then suspended its activity.
Jacob formed another version of the cubes, this time prioritizing making a record first. Therefore the band with Chris Jones on bass and Danny Kirkham on drums, started rehearsing.
After months of preparations, the cubes entered Crosstown Studio in Liverpool to make a debut EP. The EP is entitled “Fall Out” and it's released online as well as physical album.
Meanwhile, the cubes is working on their first LP.

We hope to see you at the gigs!

About the Venue

The CASA BAR and VENUE, 29 Hope Street, Liverpool, L1 9BQ

The Casa is located in the heart of the University / Theatre district of the City in Hope Street between the World famous Anglican and Roman Catholic Cathedrals and attracts a wide and varied clientele. We serve a full range of Continental beers that will appeal to all.

Our late bar allows you to enjoy a doubles bar. If Daytime drinking is more your thing you can enjoy our Happy Hour every day until 6pm.

Check what’s on each week, we will be updating this page with our promotional offers and forthcoming events. Smoking is only allowed in the designated outside area.

We are a Charitable Trust Organisation and welcome charitable fundraisers to use our venue. We can also help by advertising your events in the Casa bar.

 

 

 


Since you've come so far ...

.... we would like to inform you about The Old School Project's operation. Over time, the number of people interested in The Old School Project has steadily increased. Unlike other websites and online media, the core of The Old School Project is not the well-known journalists and radio producers, but the young people in the field of journalism who nevertheless worthy of their place. Therefore, the resources for running The Old School Project, which requires time, money and hard work, come only from its physical place, the coffeehouse.

So to continue to provide our services to upcoming bands / artists, giving the opportunity to new journalists publish their articles, and to develop our innovative ideas, we ask you to devote a minute of your time and become a part of The Old School Project.


You want to go bigger? Enter your own contribution amount.