They the artists! Rejectionary Art – Exocoetidae : Flying Fish

Like their band’s name so brilliantly puts it, Rejectionary Art puts aside any convention that might have been put up in the history of music (or so).

After the intro song, which is propaganda over spazzy rhythms and harmonies (featuring Morgan Ågren, no less!), the styles come and go, follow each other in lines coming from every corner of the Americas. Bluegrass, jazz, funk, etc. etc. etc.

Each song is different from the next one, so you really don’t know what to expect, and at times you’re left paralyzed, not knowing what to do. That’s just how impressive these gents … Read more

Chaostar – Anomima


Anomima.

This name may not evoke a simple thought in your mind.

The story is different for me.

After listening to this album, the name Anomima sends my mind on a vast journey. A journey of beautiful, desolate, and meaningful landscapes. Those that are shaped by emotion, not erosion.

Anomima makes me travel different countries, each with their language, their culture, and their faces. Anomima is timeless, neither ancient, or future, and definitely not contemporary. Anomima is unpredictable : once you think you’ve got it, and you’ve got a sense of what awaits you, new challenges will be offered to … Read more

Joey Eppard: Live in Concert

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Joey Eppard, frontman and founder of the band 3 recently released his first live solo performance DVD. This project was fan-supported from the start by earning over $9,000 through Kickstarter. The DVD features 29 songs clocking in at just about 2 and a half hours, and features tons of guests (including fellow 3 members Billy Riker and Chris ‘Gartdrumm’ Gartmann).

Joey’s slap acoustic style is very unique and paired with brilliant songwriting and a soulful voice, creates a performance that is like no other.

You can purchase Joey’s DVD at joeyeppard.com. The DVD comes with a free download of … Read more

LVM Trio

Stream this over at bandcamp while you read here!!

If you didn’t already know Luke Jaeger (Sleep Terror), Vishal J Singh (Amogh Symphony, Robots Pulling Lever, and a ton of other projects), and Mark Hawkins (Robots Pulling Levers, and another ton of other projects), this is the time to.

While these guys have gathered recognition mostly in the metal scene for their technical abilities and proficiency, here they are jamming some funky tunes, my friends!

With varying inspirations and styles such as funk, folk, blues, 80’s music, space-y music, flamenco and hindi music, and using a lot of keys and … Read more