Monday, August 18, 2014

The Roaring Juniors

About: The Roaring Juniors

Formed in December 2013, simply put, The Roaring Juniors are a rock and roll band from Ann Arbor, Michigan. They've been described as pop, power pop, rock, punk rock... the list goes on. With influences ranging from The Beatles, The Exploding Hearts, The Ramones, and The Buzzcocks, The Roaring Juniors pack a vintage punch with a new and modern sound.


Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Scott Ryan

About: Scott Ryan

Born and bred in the northwest, Scott Ryan spent his early years in eastern Washington before moving to Salem, Oregon in 1996. Raised in a musical family, Scott Ryan learned to sing by performing with his father, something of a musical celebrity in the northwest, and made music with his siblings from an early age. After teaching himself to play guitar and knocking around the Salem music scene for a few years, he moved to southern California to attend college and began to define himself as a solo artist with a powerful voice and a story to tell. Once rooted in Los Angeles, Scott was approached to score the acclaimed short film, “Punky” and soon after, he recorded and independently circulated his first single, “Buried.” The full-length, indie debut, “The Coldest Room in the House,” was released in April of 2008, followed by the ‘Tree Man EP’ in 2009. Over the last several years, Scott Ryan has journeyed into new territories, sharing the stage with acts like Langhorne Slim, Josh Ritter and the Helio Sequence while exploring new musical ideas and directions. These experiences have shaped the upcoming LP, ‘Mercy Killings,’ a layered, slowly mutating collection of songs full of both unabashedly wild left turns and quiet, unexpected beauty. Expanding on the themes found on the ‘Tree Man EP,’ the songs of ‘Mercy Killings’ deal with the differences between idealism and the life we are given, while attempting to find solace and humor in the midst of our questioning. Scott Ryan’s lyrical style is sophisticated, sometimes arcane and often ironic, and his eclectic influences range from Johnny Cash to the Talking Heads. With ‘Mercy Killings,’ his songs continue to embody the evolution of inspiration through the universal language of music. ~Bio by Shannon Taylor & Jordan Elliot

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Saturday, August 9, 2014

Black Out Mechanic’s

About: Black Out Mechanic’s

Black Out Mechanic’s started out as an alternative rock duo, Hugo Legrand and Raphael Coville from Vannes France. They released their debut self titled 3 song EP in March 2014 and then followed it up with an Unplugged 3 song EP on August 8th, 2014 which made a stir in the underground music scene around the world.

The Duo added two new members in 2015 and released a Single in November of that year titled, “New Vitamins”.

In May, 2017 the band release a two song EP with a heavier sound on both tracks “Moody Woody” & “Against You” signaling the coming of age for “Black Out Mechanics”. Moody Woody is a great compliment to their first single, “Stay on the Top” and will certainly turn heads, whereas “Against You” captures the harder rock sound that the band is moving towards and is sure to be a fan favourite.

The Black Out Mechanics are back!

Band Members: Hugo L / Raphaël C / Thibaut A / Vincent D

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