Editor's Note: Matt Mucerino of Crossing I's Dotting T's converses with Madness To Creation to talk about mental health, music and their latest EP. Crossing I's Dotting T's, out of Costa Mesa, California, recently released their EP, which is one of the most heartfelt EP's I've heard in quite sometime. Their self-titled EP was inspired … Continue reading (Mental Health Conversations): Matt Mucerino of CROSSING I’S DOTTING T’S
Editor's Note: “Five diverse and talented musicians that make magic as one,” (Metal Nexus), A Brilliant Lie, are an explosively-energetic alternative rock band from Orlando, FL. They announce their new video, “Unwoven,” ahead of their upcoming EP, Threads: Weaver, due out March 29, 2019. Along with touring relentlessly across the US, they are working alongside reputable … Continue reading The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 28: “My Personal Spotify Playlist” by A BRILLIANT LIE
On March 9th, a legendary album in the making entitled "The Free Life" by Turbowolf will be released via SO Records. Keep in mind that Madness To Creation does not throw around the word "legendary" when it comes to an album. Out of Bristol, United Kingdom, Turbowolf is composed of Chris Georgiadis on vocals/synthesizers, Andy … Continue reading “The Free Life” by Turbowolf, groovy man!!!
On October 20th, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo released something remarkable and something that is going to transcend across multiple genres in punk rock, rock, trap, and EDM with "The Great Electronic Swindle". I honestly didn't know what to expect when his PR agent asked me to review this album awhile back. Glad I checked my … Continue reading “The Great Electronic Swindle” by The Bloody Beetroots, Lord Have Mercy!
American Standards, tear down this wall, or all of these walls that are genre specific. On April 28th, the Phoenix, Arizona hardcore band American Standards released "Anti-Melody" via the DIY format! DIY personifies what punk and hardcore music should be about, and that is setting your own agendas and doing things unconventionally without relying on … Continue reading “Anti-Melody” by American Standards, transcending a genre!