Monday, October 15, 2018

New Music From The Refusers, C Wired, Matty T Wall, The Good Morning Nags, Brown Kid, Norm Brunet and Randy Forte

On your doorstep, is the next wave of new music from independent artists, The Refusers, C Wired, Matty T Wall, The Good Morning Nags, Brown Kid, Norm Brunet and Randy Forte. First up, is the hard rock assault of The Refusers with their latest release "Disobey." Their new album features nine tracks, that are filled to the brim addictive guitar riffs and arena-build choruses. Songs like "Why Do They Lie" and "My Baby Loves Rock And Roll" have that classic rock vibe that will turn you into an instant fan of their music. To find out more about The Refusers and their latest release "Disobey," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/TheRefusers.

Next up, is the debut EP titled "Omega" from singer/songwriter C Wired. His back story sounds like a roller coaster ride as went from being a multi-millionaire to flat-broke and back up to millionaire status in the last decade, and he's only 33 years old. In only the last few years, C Wired has followed his love of music, playing in clubs and bars around the Berkeley Square, WV area, before he headed into the studio to record this six-song EP. Songs like "Anna Kissed The Sky" and "Jessah" showcase the wonderful song-writing of C Wired as he brings you into his musical world to enjoy. To find out more about C Wired and his latest release "Omega," please visit c-wired.com.

Australian singer/songwriter Matty T Wall recently released his new album titled "Sidewinder." Matty and his band are on fire right from the opening chords of "Slideride" and its follow-up "Sidewinder." The band perform an amazing. burning blues cover of Sam Cooke's "Change Is Gonna Come," which displays their diversity. Matty T Wall draws strong similarities to Stevie Ray Vaughn's Double Trouble as they know how to get the blood flowing with the up-tempo numbers, "Shake It" and "Sophia's Strut." To find out more about Matty T Wall and their latest release "Sidewinder," please visit mattytwall.com.

The New York City roots/country band The Good Morning Nags quickly followed up their debut album, which was released earlier this year with a new short two-song EP titled "No Damn Good." Their new short set features the quick, Americana-type sing-along of "Birmingham" and the fun, country swinging tempo of "No Damn Good." To find out more about The Good Morning Nags and their latest release "No Damn Good," please visit thegoodmorningnags.com.

Next up is the latest release from the Alabama-based singer/songwriter, Brown Kid. His new studio album "Rusty Strings" features only six songs, which is perfect to remind you of how good of a song-writer he is. His sound is stark, as in the acoustic-based opener "Welcome To My Funeral" and "Hole In The Wall," as Brown Kid continues to develop his sound with each new release. He finishes this one up with island vibe of the title-song "Rusty Strings" and the steady flow of "Complacency." To find out more about Brown Kid and his latest release "Rusty Strings," please visit brownkidmusic.com.

Veteran singer/songwriter Norm Brunet recently released his new album titled "It Don't Get Better Than This." It feature ten tracks that showcases Norm's examination of his feelings, especially on the openers "Can't Stop Thinking" and "I Will." He gets down into the Americana groove of "Like Out Of A Dream," before closing out his new release with the gentle touch of "She's Afraid To Stay" and the bluesy rocker "Heartbreaker Girl." To find out more about Norm Brunet and his latest release "It Don't Get Better Than This," please visit his Facebook page at facebook.com/norm.brunet.

Finally we arrive at the latest from singer/songwriter Randy Forte. His new album "Chas Randall" features a classic, almost nostalgic country vibe as in the openers "Six Beers Away" and "Rollin'." His emotions come pouring out during the acoustic ballad "Best Friends," before plugging back in for the country rocker "My Love Away." Randy wraps up his new album with the folk-style of "When The River Swallows Me" and the guitar driven energy of "Cross The Mississippi." To find out more about Randy Forte and his latest release "Chas Randall," please visit his Facebook page at facebook.com/randyfortemusic.

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