Boston-based psych/math rock quartet, Bat House, and their track, “Patterns” from their self-titled album. – “’Patterns,’ a space-shot of modern, disjointed guitar-rock that smolders with the gritty spark and fade born of Allston’s celebrated basement scene.” (Vanyaland)
LISTEN TO “LET”S REWIND” “The song is filled with garage fury yet is layered with a straight-ahead punk layer that fills out the muscular tune.” (PureVolume)
Brooklyn-based psych/grunge rock band, The Fem Doms, released “Monolith,” from their upcoming EP, Attic. Listen to “Monolith” Aggressive and relentless – just like the hammering drums and chunky guitar licks that are prevalent throughout. But this song isn’t a misguided vessel with no real middle or ending, like so much music we here today — this is an adventure from start to finish with proper choruses, bridges and laser like lyrics that finishes with a brutal flurry.” (Pancakes and Whiskey)
Americana-rock group,Bonnie Whitmore and Her Band are set to release their upcoming album, F*ck with Sad Girls, on October 28th. F*ck With Sad Girls’ progressive stance “gives voice to the singer-songwriter and the Denton native’s angry inner woman.” (Dallas Observer). , a 10-song story that examines the expectations that society places on women, especially those who don’t play along with its rules.” (The Boot)
Indie blues guitarist Jackie Venson is making waves with her new album Jackie Venson Live, which premiered on Guitar Player Magazine.
This past week, Jackie played on Late Night With Stephen Colbert and was named one of the “10 Indie Black Guitarists You Should Know” by SheShreds, who declares, “Jackie Venson is one of the most talented up and coming blues guitarists of her generation. With a gorgeous singing voice, a guitar style that is both dynamic and technically precise, and music that blends genres, she is one to watch out for.”