I would definitely recommend Fatal Flaw in case you are on the lookout for emerging new artists who play Emo Rock. Canadian Will Maerz is the talented guy behind this project. He is best known for writing personal and relatable lyrics as in his latest single, “Longing”. Of course, he conveys emotions effectively with beautiful acoustics while he sings his heart out. Unlike screamo, his alternative rock style is musically relaxing and packed with hooky melodies.
Fatal Flaw’s main influences are Norma Jean, Brand New, Kanye West, Death Grips, Neutral Milk Hotel, and The Smith Street Band. The project will release in 2020 an EP with a different sonic approach. Other elements like electronic music and punk will be embraced in order to evolve and differentiate themselves through innovation on each release. This indie project isn’t signed to any label yet, however, they know how to carve their own path to success. At the end of the day, consistency is the key in a saturated music scene.
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Don’t Miss Listening To This Powerful Piece Of Rock By Radiofix
Have you heard of Rock-N-Roll band Radiofix yet? Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona these qualified artists deliver powerful vibes and riffs on “All Night Long”. The emotionally-drenched vocals, plus the heavy instrumentation will make you feel pumped and energized. Lead singer Daniel Martin seems to be a natural fit for his role, I also have the same opinion for the bass player, Benjamin Thurston, and Jorge Gutierrez Jr. who masters the drums. Incredibly, their music career spans over 7 years. Large audiences at bars, clubs, and festivals have seen their impressive live shows locally and abroad. In 2020, they are on the quest to expand their brilliant rockish melodies to new territories. Listen to “All Night Long” via Spotify right here!
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LISTEN NOW: Tennessee Werewolves Share Country Ballad, “Ramblin”
Tennessee Werewolves is an American trio whose forte is without a doubt, Country music. In 2015, these talented guys recorded the rock-ish ballad “Ramblin” at the historic Memphis studio, Phillips Recording. Eventually, radio stations across the states praised their work due to its lyrical quality and dynamic vocal combination. Likewise, they also deliver revitalizing energy with electric guitars and heavy percussion, which is not usual in their genre. On the other hand, the art of storytelling is visible with the song’s accompanying visuals. It is worth stressing that the clip is filled with cameos from fellow artists like William Lee Golden, Robert Reynolds, Doug Phelps, Manuel, and Capt. Jack. Watch it here.
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Get Lost In Acoustic Bliss With Goldie’s New Song “Tundra”
If Canada-born indie artist Goldie isn’t yet on your music radar, then give a listen to “Tundra”. Get your dose of acoustic bliss while the rockish vibe helps you clear your mind. As a matter of fact, this is the first single from his highly anticipated debut album, “Blind!”, out on March 23rd. Without a doubt, there’s a great blend of strings, drums, and a soaring vocal range that reminds me of Radiohead’s vocalist, Thom Yorke. Add to this, excellent guitar work, plus, raw and intense energy for almost four minutes. The video below shows different footage of natural and desert landscapes that perfectly frames the intriguing lyrics. Watch it down here!
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Discover Brad Geiger’s Indie Rock Project Roman Revolutionaries
Brad Geiger explores a new artistic phase with his Indie Rock project, Roman Revolutionaries. Seeking to capture rhythms of bands like The Decemberists, Of Montreal, Bright Eyes, The Beatles, Oasis and Coldplay, he shares with us the most recent album, ‘Beach Day’. If his cutting-edge work “Suggestions For Automatics” impressed you, it’s likely you’ll take this 14-track material as a gift. Furthermore, he doesn’t depart from the standards of writing vibrant lyrics. Add to this, electric guitars and strings in an alternative rockish sort of arrangement for your enjoyment. Stream in full ‘Beach Day’ below via Spotify.
Believe it or not, Brad grew up living in 7 towns in the US. In the past, he used to be a counselor alumnus of the prestigious Tumbleweed Day Camp in Los Angeles, California. From his traveling years in America, Europe, and Australia he gained additional knowledge. After living abroad for three years, Brad Geiger returned to his homeland, in order to continue his musical career stateside since 2018.
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Adequate Ferris Wheel, A Psychedelic Indie Artist Worth Knowing
Adequate Ferris Wheel falls under the category of a one-man band, as he plays different instruments simultaneously. At just 17 years old, the psychedelic and indie rock artist found his route to success with “Tapestry”, amassing 50,000 combined streams. He belongs to a new generation whose songs are influenced by the likes of Kurt Cobain, Neutral Milk Hotel, Pink Floyd, and Tame Impala. After listening to his most recent track, “Colors”, I notice it flows with a nostalgic feel and chill vibes. In other words, it’s Centennial hippie stuff for the next era.
Best of all, he is adding the finishing touches to premiere the debut album in 2020. Sure enough, you can expect fuzzy electric guitars and more wah-wah effects combined to perfection on his upcoming singles. Definitely, there’s something about this entrepreneur musician that draws the casual observer right in. For some reason, he knows how to make edgy, alternative productions an easy listen.
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