Prepare for things to get a little rough. Eye on the Sky busted open the door using the only weapon on hand, and it wasn’t a battering ram.The Red Mist came, the door fell down, and we think the whole foundation crumbled with it.
Wild Bill See, Joshua F. Smith and Savannah Wheatley are the Jackillacs. Their recently released sophomore album, Many Hats, stands on a hilltop where blues, country and garage-rock cross paths. The band promotes itself as an Americana band “from the hills of Tennessee.”
The emotional impact of Moda Spira’s new music video will blow a crater-sized pit in your heart this Valentine’s Day.
Ouch, Pitchfork. That’s a sharp headline… Granted, I’m not a big Weezer fan. Nevertheless, I question whether or not they deserve this brutal article written by Pitchfork.com. Listen to Teal, read below, and decide for yourselves. If […]
The Cosmic Collective is the rising melodic jazz band making their sweep across the Nashville music scene.
“Growing Older” by Liv Summer – Visit Two Story Melody to check out the full read.
Songwriting and producing are the two hats Pipo Fernandez rocks from his wardrobe, which grows in size with every release. A quick glance at his resume will probably raise a few eyebrows, but the real […]
Another review for the books! I’ve been crazy busy for the past few weeks, getting things ready for the launch of my new series, “Women of the Waveform”. Still, I’m paying my dues and pulling […]
What do you love most about creating and sharing music?
SB: I love all the different phases of writing, performing, recording & engineering. We also occasionally get lovely personal messages from people who have been moved by our songs and that’s always deeply fulfilling.
NB: I love the studio hysteria that kicks in when you’re collaborating with other musicians! We laugh till we cry.
Two Story Melody published my recent review of Hey Geronimo’s new dystopian single, “Working For Google” in the wake of the upcoming album, CONTENT.
“Excellent breakdown of our latest single, love to see in-depth writing like this.” – SAINT SLUMBER