The English rock band, the Pink Fairies have a history that dates back to the early 1970s. Their music has been described as psychedelic rock, while their most recent release titled "Resident Reptiles" showcases a harder edge to the band's classic sound. With the addition of former Hawkwind bassist Alan Davey and original Motorhead drummer Lucas Fox, Pink Fairies turn their new 8-song album into a modern hard rock blast of energy. They begin with the title song, "Resident Reptiles" and "Old Enuff To Know Better" as the chugging rhythm and solid guitar riffs kick things off with a positive rock vibe. Their renewed high-powered energy continues with the classic, head-banging vibe of "Lone Wolf" and the guitar driven journey of "Whipping Boy." Pink Fairies finish up their new album with the epic-sounding progressive rock piece "Apologize." To find out more about the Pink Fairies and their latest release "Resident Reptiles," please visit cleorecs.com.
Bay area trio Stimuli recently released their full-length debut album "They Are We" on August 17th. They mix together melodic vocals, heavy metal guitar riffs and progressive pounding rhythms on their new 11-song release. Beginning with "+X-," you will instantly notice the excellent musicianship within the band as this trio delivers a edgier progressive rock side to their music. The album continues with the raw, grunge sound of "The New Dream" and the worldly, Middle-Eastern draw of "Sandstorm." The band really take off on the adventurous, sonic landscape of "Fire In Disguise," as you can full appreciate the band's talents for songwriting. Stimuli bring on an all-out hard rock assault with the chugging guitars and thunderous drums of "Ripple," before slowing down for the more melodic tones of "Only Liars." They finish up their new album with the steady buzz of "How On Earth" and the atmospheric, progressive rock appeal of "Pushing The Stone." To find out more about Stimuli and their latest release "They Are We," please visit stimuliband.com.
DJ/producer Michael Szewczyk recently released his full-length debut album as Textbeak. The new release titled "Sick For Songs A Season Eats," features some special guests from The Pop Group and Maximum Joy, as Textbeak uses his electronic influences on this album. He begins with the dark, moody electronics of "Legion_err," featuring the monotone vocals of Yvette Winkler. The energy picks up with the techno beats of "All Is War" and "Melting Mind," before Mark Stewart (The Pop Group) make his presence known on the chaotic buzz of "Forever Now" and "Soft Paranoia." The two electronic producers, Searmanas and Textbeak combine their talents for the experimental beats of "Vacuum Decay" and on the lighter, sonic adventure of "Gravity Well." Textbeak finishes his new album with the Goth-like tones of "We Are The Jaguars" and the subtle magic of "The (W)hole." To find out more about Textbeak and his latest release "Sick For Songs A Season Eats," please visit cleorecs.com.