The musical chameleon, Marcus Singletary is back again with a new EP titled "Spirit Dialogues." Singletary has delivered everything from rock to country to funk and blues, and now he showcases re-imagined versions of classic songs by Buddy Holly, Wayne Shorter and Genesis. His new 3-song/3-spoken word EP begins with the Holly tune "Not Fade Away," which doesn't stray too far from the original, but does tack on a extended guitar solo that pushes the song to the 7-minute mark. He delivers a rock infused, Hendrix-style guitar to Wayne Shorter's "Footprints" and then closes with the guitar instrumental tribute to Genesis' song "All In A Mouse's Night." To find out more about Marcus Singletary and his latest release "Spirit Dialogues," please visit marcussingletary.com.
New Jersey comes the latest EP titled "Before I Self Destruct" from
indie-rock band The Victory Drive. The new 3-song release begins with a
cover of Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance." They slowly build the song up, verse
by verse as the electro-pop music continues to intensify up until its
grand arena rock finale. The album continues with the strong pop tones
of "The Countdown Pt. II," before closing with with the emotions of
"Dynamite" as The Victory Drive continue to grow and mature with each
new release. To find out more about The Victory Drive and their latest
release "Before I Self Destruct," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/thevictorydriveofficial.
up is the British-born Benjamin brothers with their new full-length
album titled "Abstracts And Keywords." The album is the latest work of
The Shrimps that have been making their way from New York City out to
the rest of the world. Their new 11-song release showcases the band's
iconic folk-rock sound as they use their harmonies in "Life We Live" and
"On The Boat" to invoke emotion in their music. The gentle acoustics of
"Wings Of An Angel" has a spiritual appeal as the brothers pour their
hearts into their music. To find out more about The Shrimps and their
latest release "Abstracts And Keywords," please visit reverbnation.com/theshrimps.
we arrive at the new highly anticipated release from Highland Kites.
The trio's new EP titled "I'm Not Weak" features 5 songs, beginning with
the alternative folk appeal of "Nothing To Say." Singer Marissa Lamar
showcases her mesmerizing vocals in "Monster" as you easily get lost in
her words. Their new short release finishes up with the beautiful gentle
acoustic guitars and keyboards of "Temporary Life" along with the
atmospheric folk/rock of the title song, "I'm Not Weak." To find out
more about Highland Kites and their latest release "I'm Not Weak,"
please visit highlandkites.com.