Samurai Shotgun feel like the lyrics to “Limbo” arrived out of nowhere
Samurai Shotgun strive to inject innovation into rock with their storytelling skills and unique blend of musical influences. After a difficult year in which the music industry shut down, the band are looking to find their stride again. Most importantly, Samurai Shotgun—Matt Henley (lead vocalist), Tyler Mulder (guitarist), Bryant Harp (bassist), Jovan Lecaro (drummer) and Marquis Blocker, aka DJ Q
ONE OK ROCK think aggressive music speaks more directly to listeners
On their new track, “Renegades,” their first single in two years, beloved Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK are ready to take the world by storm and start necessary conversations around important social issues such as climate change, AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) hate and solidarity with those who seek freedom. Co-wri...
Nova Twins and Meet Me @ The Altar are inspiring the next gen of music
Since their inception, English rock duo Nova Twins (vocalist/guitarist Amy Love and bassist Georgia South) have been defying convention and making room for women of color in alternative-rock spaces. Meanwhile, American pop-punk band Meet Me @ The Altar, a three-piece energetic group composed of lead vocalist Edith Johnson, bassist Téa Campbell and drummer Ada Juarez, who are Black and Latinx, have
Chrissy Costanza came to terms with self-sabotage on ATC’s “weapon”
Against The Current vocalist Chrissy Costanza is ready to walk through the fire and embrace healing on her pop-rock band’s single “weapon.” Writing the track during lockdown and in a time of darkness for the singer, “weapon” sees Costanza exploring how we are “simultaneously the protagonist and antagonist of our own story” and how she’s “spent so much time being my own worst enemy, as the weapon