Chicago-based, singer/songwriter Brad Bru recently released his new EP, "How Absurd" with his band, And The Crowd Goes Wild. The new seven-song album begins with the up-tempo, addictive lyrics of "She Uses Public Transportation" and the nostalgic, swinging acoustics of "Some Things Don't Belong In Our Mouths." They continue with the post-punk appeal of "Status Update This Jerks" and the fun feeling of the "Walrus Love Song." Brad Bru And The Crowd Goes Wild wraps up their new release with the epic power ballad "The Wings Of An Eagle." To find out more about their new release "How Absurd," pleas visit the band's Facebook page at facebook.com/BradBruAndTheCrowdGoesWild.
Singer/songwriter J. Allen returns with a new 7-inch vinyl titled, "Oh Oblivion." It features only two tracks, the first is the swirl of strings upon the acoustic folk delivery of "I've Been Down This Road Before" as J. Allen's vocals cut through the haze of music. The flip-side is the title-song, "Oh Oblivion" as J. Allen slows down for the song's moody subject matter. To find out more about J. Allen and his latest release "Oh Oblivion," please visit jallenmusic.com.
From Nashville, TN comes the latest solo album "Everything Can Change" from singer/songwriter Yves Giraud. His new 12-song release begins with the country/rock tone of "Into The Arms Of One" and the more pop oriented, upbeat feel of "Rhymes Without A Song." Yves continues his new album with the bluesy guitar licks of "Bullet Proof" and the energetic swing of "Everything Can Change," as his songwriting becomes very addictive while you follow his every word. He returns to the country with the shuffle pace of "But It Burns," before finishing his latest album with the jazzy backdrop of "Lips" and the inspirational, quick-pace of "Rocketeers." To find out more about Yves Giraud and his latest release "Everything Can Change," please visit yvesgiraud.com.
From Indianapolis, IN comes the latest album from singer/songwriter Regna Racer, titled "I Worship His Shadow." His new seven-song EP, begins with the 8-minute, experimental soundscape "Clanging Ray" as the song's monotone feel reflects the album's science fiction concept. The steady rhythm of "I Was Followed" displays a more folk-oriented sound, while "Letter" sound like music that was created out in space. Regna Racer wraps up his new album with the 10-minute subtle journey of "All Line" and the interesting combination of words and music in "The Breeze." To find out more about Regna Racer and his latest release "I Worship His Shadow," please visit his Facebook page at facebook.com/regnaracer.