Monthly Archives: May 2018
Very excited to announce that YEARS BEFORE will be part of the final cross-country run of the Vans Warped Tour! The Cleveland, Ohio rockers will be playing the Cuyahoga Falls, OH date on Wednesday, July 18 on the Full Sail University Stage. Tickets available at vanswarpedtour.com #vanswarpedtour #warpedtour #warpedtour2018 #warped #foreverwarped #ReverbNation #ENGINEERRECORDS #BlackstarAmplification … Continue reading
Friday 1st June – Kicking off Hidden cabins return to the Jersey shore @Asbury Park Brewery courtesy of Aftermath Collective! w/GayGuy/StraightGuy & Yawn Mower. Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/350597235425648/ Tickets: http://bit.ly/060118-NJ Saturday 2nd June, afternoon – 1-5pm; the 2nd annual Boonton Rock and Brew! Last year drawing 500+ with dozens of craft beer tents, local food tables, … Continue reading
Another great review for Low Standards, High Fives new CD ‘Are we doing the best we can?’ this time in Salad Days magazine. They say “A mature record that wants to be heard and will be listened to greatly.” Thank you Turi Messineo for the review! To celebrate the band have a new ‘High … Continue reading
Woodenman’s Jukebox on Channel Radio features Come The Spring as the third of three back to back EMERGING Artists coming up… Listen Later at your own time from: https://tinyurl.com/ydd94klj Tune in at: http://www.channelradio.co.uk/one/play/player.html
One Day Elliott, Tropes and Fractals will be playing at The Druids Arms in Maidstone, Kent, United Kingdom tonite – Thursday 3rd May. Get yo ass along!
Steve Hewitt is getting a lot of shows right now and between all of them he is still working on his new album. Being a muso perfectionist though the costs are getting a bit high so he has started a fund-raising page for fans to chip in. He’ll keep you informed on how it’s … Continue reading
The rocking guys at Lords of Metal zine have just released their review of Come The Spring’s new CD, Echoes, and this is what they had to say… I was ready for this. A nice English rock band. After Lonely The Brave it was – at least as far as I am concerned – … Continue reading