Editor's Note: This band out of Brazil is going to be monsters in a few years. They are an incredibly talented band known as Ego Kill Talent. You know you're exceptional at your craft when the Foo Fighters personally handpick your band as the openers in Brazil. That is exactly what happened and you get … Continue reading (Mental Health Conversations): EGO KILL TALENT
(Single Premiere) “Hit Me Like Sugar” by THE VELVICKS
Today, The Velvicks have announced their upcoming EP RUN to be released this spring. The five-track EP carries rock and roll influences spanning decades crafting a sound that is both familiar yet distinctly nuanced and exhilarating. With the EP announcement comes The Velvicks' debut single "Hit Me Like Sugar." Lead vocalist Vick Nader describes "Hit Me Like Sugar": "This is our motorcycle song. The inspiration for this song was a hot biker Ed and I met a couple years ago … Continue reading (Single Premiere) “Hit Me Like Sugar” by THE VELVICKS
The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 30: “My Personal Spotify Playlist” by REBEL RAMPAGE
Editor's Note: 2018 was been an exciting year for Los Angeles power rock trio, Rebel Rampage. They released their ferocious debut album Divided We Fall (10/5/18), performed alongside Angelo Moore (Fishbone), who also appears on the album, in partnership with the ACLU, and were featured by reputable media outlets, including Loudwire, Buzzbands LA, idobi radio, … Continue reading The Musician’s Tribune Vol. 30: “My Personal Spotify Playlist” by REBEL RAMPAGE
(Album Review) “Up In It” by The Afghan Whigs #AtoZReviews
In the ascent of the Sub Pop record label in 1990, "Louder Than Love" by Soundgarden was the flagbearer during this time. The Afghan Whigs, which were formed partially from two of the members serving time in jail for disorderly conduct, tried to make the most grotesque album lyrically, while helping the Seattle grunge movement … Continue reading (Album Review) “Up In It” by The Afghan Whigs #AtoZReviews
Castle Black Converses with Evan of Madness To Creation on Feminism and Plights in Sierra Leone!
Editor's Note: Special thanks to Castle Black for taking the time to interview with us for Madness To Creation. This was a very interesting and somewhat poignant interview that Evan of The Values conducted. Castle Black is clear when it comes to feminism and making great music that people can relate to. Fans can find … Continue reading Castle Black Converses with Evan of Madness To Creation on Feminism and Plights in Sierra Leone!
“Boom Goes The Dynamite” As Johnny Cab Converses with Evan of Madness To Creation!
Contributor's Note: There is a plethora of solid rock music out there. From kids in garages to bands like Queens of the Stone Age, rock music is everywhere. It's tough to stand out, but Johnny Cab definitely does. Their songwriting is great and they take great risks in their songs that have huge pay offs. … Continue reading “Boom Goes The Dynamite” As Johnny Cab Converses with Evan of Madness To Creation!
Electric Sensei Converses with Evan of Madness To Creation on the Weirdest Show That They Ever Played!
Contributor's Note: Electric Sensei’s music drips with personality and charm. They’re songs cascade over the senses and make me feel like a madman lumbering through New Orleans on mescalin. Their most recent ep, ‘Chaotic Good,’ is a testament to their originality. This band itches the need for weird that we all have. You’re … Continue reading Electric Sensei Converses with Evan of Madness To Creation on the Weirdest Show That They Ever Played!
Castle Black Talks Riffs, Sexism, and Game of Thrones with Evan of Madness To Creation
Contributor's Note: Leigh Celent, lead singer and guitarist of Castle Black, is one of the most dynamic performers in Brooklyn. We were lucky to be able to ask her a few questions about her band, her touring experiences and where the name Castle Black came from. I highly recommend you check them out, their upcoming … Continue reading Castle Black Talks Riffs, Sexism, and Game of Thrones with Evan of Madness To Creation
(EP Review) “Rollin’ Stoned And Livin’ Free” by Them Evils
Recently, Southern California's own Them Evils released their major throwback of an EP entitled "Rollin' Stoned And Livin' Free" via Burning Records. If you want rock and a headbanger's parking lot vibe to it, look no further than Them Evils. Them Evils is a three-piece band composed of Jordan Griffin on guitars/vocals, Jake Massanari on … Continue reading (EP Review) “Rollin’ Stoned And Livin’ Free” by Them Evils