Thursday, January 26, 2017

CD Review: New Music From Rock Acts Everywhere, The Unlikely Candidates & Moon Hooch

From the U.K. comes the latest release titled "Fiction Act" from alternative pop/rock band Everywhere. The new four-track album begins with the addictive chorus of "Shades At Night," which will have you singing along after only a couple listens. The album's lead single "Some Other Dude" reached over a million streams on Spotify with it's dance beats and youthful energy. Everywhere's new album continue with that winning formula in "Let It Go," which closes their new short EP release. To find out more about Everywhere and their latest release "Fiction Act," please visit their Facebook page at

From Forth Worth, TX comes the debut album on Another Century Records from alternative rockers The Unlikely Candidates. The new release titled "Bed Of Liars" features six-tracks, including their Alternative Radio Top 40 single "Ringer." The new album begins with the infectious groove of "Best Things In Life Aren't Free" as the pounding rhythm keeps the energy flowing. Their hit single "Ringer" is fun, youthful and easy to follow as you will find yourself singing along to chorus. Their new short release finishes with the thunderous electronics of "Violence" and pop anthems of "Reaction." Their new EP arrives on February 17th. To find out more about The Unlikely Candidates and their latest release "Bed Of Liars," please visit their Facebook page at

From Brooklyn comes the new studio album, "The Joshua Tree" from the alternative jazz/funk/rock band Moon Hooch. They will be performing at The Ballroom at the Outer Space on February 12th. Their new nine-song album begins with the exciting horn-fueled, Zappa-like experiment titled "Sandstorm." They develop their sound into the more structured delivery of "Mountain Lion," before getting funky with the rhythm of "Jiggle." They finish up with the wildly chaotic "Improv," the smooth jazz feel of "Ballad" and the fun, upbeat delivery of "Outer Urge." To find out more about Moon Hooch and their latest release "The Joshua Tree," please visit

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