I have a peculiar approach toward new music myself. My mind is mostly progressive rock oriented but my music listening ranges from jazz and classical music to funeral doom metal (this one is a recent Adelaide discovery, Mournful Congregation). So this is why whenever I want to think of my favourite genre of music, I just can think of one genre; “good music”. I was strolling in Brisbane’s CBD, Queen St and two young artists grabbed my attention. This Way North. Being a duo definitely makes their creative forces to go beyond conventional genres. This is why I immediately felt an affinity with them. But more precisely Leisha’s guitar soloing sounded like Jeff Beck’s. Maybe I just stopped by because of that! Visit This Way North’s website at www.thiswaynorth.com
Category: Salim Ghazi Saeedi
By Salim Ghazi Saeedi(*)
“The artist is the creator of beautiful things”, the simple notion Oscar Wilde begins his myriads of beauty adorations in The Picture of Dorian Gray with, here is the bottom line story. For Clea, beauty is omnipresent: From her deep and crystal clear voice texture to intelligent use of dynamics and expressive voice techniques and even bow-shaped eyebrows that Persian literature dramatises for relentlessly piercing hearts.
As our reviewer, Lee Henderson puts it, “looks like this band is ready to step up where Pink Floyd left off!” Truthfully, regarding my own weird and complicated taste of music, it has been a long time since a new album took my attention to a degree that I stopped and listened to the whole album at the first time of listening! I am so excited to be talking with Brian Erikson from House of Not!
Oh I do respect the rebel sounds of Furyon and I have tears in my eyes to see true hard rock is still alive. Just listening to their single “These Four Walls”, I let their exquisite and undeniably powerful riffs penetrate my soul and unleash their fury on me! Watch for yourself in the video clip below. This single will be included in their “Lost Salvation” album releasing Jan 26th, 2015. Read our talk with Furyon guys and be sure to tune in to their news at furyon.net
Steam Theory’s Asunder album contains astonishing wide ranges of music influences you wouldn’t believe; and the result is a mysterious atmosphere! The album is due release in Jan 19th 2015. Today Steam Theory is our guest at Art Rockin’ Magazine. Be sure you check out their music at www.steamtheory.com
True prog metal here! The big news is Chastain will release a new album in 2015, “We Bleed Metal”. The lineup is Leather Leone on vocals, David T. Chastain on guitars, Mike Skimmerhorn on bass and Stian Kristoffersen on drums. Watch the video below and let the roaring soul of Chastain’s vocalist, Leather Leone, penetrate and refine your soul! Today we sit with Chastain band at Art Rockin’ Magazine.
War on Women, contrary to what the name may suggest, is not inflaming a war against women! Rather they are an explosive feminist group seriously devoted to changing pre-justice and bias against gender discrimination. I have a high respect for their music quality that I call “unexpected combination of contradictory elements”. Artistic but harsh, melodic while out of control, colored by tinges of well-composed screams! They have their eponymous debut full-length album ready to explode on Feb 10th 2015.
Have you – like me – missed Pontus H.W. PontusGunveGunve’s magic of melting contradictory modes and impressions into rich melodic canvases? Go and grab a bunch (Not forgetting your friends) of it! ‘cause you are missing big time! To my honor here we sit with Pontus Gunve (www.phwgmusic.com) at Art Rockin’ magazine.
Who cannot have respect for the rebel souls of rock ‘n roll? Go Betty Go has got everything. A classic band line-up; Great guitar riffs; Catchy lyrics and even guitar solos! Here we sit by this fresh sounding band from Los Angeles while their 2014 album, Reboot playing in the background. Be sure to check their website at gobettygo.com