Rock Indie

Mercuretto

MERCURETTO: The Album. This 1st of a 3-part interview with Shay Drinkwalter. Alexander ‘Sascha’ Tukatsch and Kevin Connelly reflect on their days with New Regime, Platinum Blonde, Kevin’s Son Of The Sun album, Iron Age Mystics, Mercuretto, and casually, why they do the crazy things they do. (original post by Kevin Connelly) Part 1: The Mercuretto…

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Mongrel Dogs

Shay chats with the Mongrel Dogs this episode. Tracks featured are “Le Chat” and “Pursuits”. Mongrel Dogs are an original rock band from London, U.K. formed in 2015 and comprising members from all around the globe. The band explores several rock sub-genres (blues, hard rock, punk, psychedelic, classic rock) without being defined by one in particular. Their songwriting…

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buzzPLAY

buzzPLAY night – the hottest new indie music!  We have a full plate tonight, so pour yourself one, sit back and enjoy the diamonds uncovered in my search for the best indie music hitting the airways right now  Special drops tonight are – a sneak peek of Pyramids on Mars™ new album – this single…

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Ronnie Robson

“Untitled” – Glen Drover and Ronnie Robson performing. Hollywood Monsters “Numb” – Steph Honde, Ronnie Robson and Vinny Appice performing. Album Promo for Hollywood Monsters – Thriving on Chaos. Facebook Youtube Link Instagram Rhythm Section Rockcast Previous Next

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The Jailbirds

We have The Jailbirds on this episode. Joining us are guitarist/vocals Myke Penney, guitars John Gould, and bassist Liam Hills. We chat about “Water Grave”, “Dull My Brain”, and their new release “I Will Move On” released February 2, 2021. The drop of “Watery Grave” established the band as a Canadian rock indie band to…

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Jared Harper

Jared Harper is an acoustic-style singer-songwriter born and raised in San Francisco. Following his time on Season 18 of The Voice, he had over half a million views on YouTube His lyrics come from his experiences of everyday life. His music is influenced by the early days of modern music during the 50s, 60s, and 70s….

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