Today M.A.G.S. has shared his cathartic and emotional new album, DESTROYER. Exploring self-realization and turbulence, the album slithers through the dichotomy between achieving growth and the need to suffer to get to the other side. With songs like the title track, “Destroyer” and “Sins” battling a reflective approach, this new album is sure to make you look in the mirror. However, there is a light at the end of the tunnel and M.A.G.S. is working his way there. Diving into the creation and mindset of the album, M.A.G.S. shares: “I started therapy last year, and while it was helpful for… Read more »
A news roundup of the week’s biggest stories and guest M.A.G.S. M.A.G.S. stands as the solo alias of Elliott Douglas, an artist originally from Buffalo but now based in Los Angeles. With a remarkable ability to effortlessly traverse various genres, his music effortlessly blends funky garage vibes with refreshing alt-pop melodies that captivate listeners from the get-go.
M.A.G.S. has unveiled his latest offering “Sins,” a soul-searching and evocative track released via Smartpunk Records. “Sins” delivers an unforgettable sonic experience, characterized by unmerciful percussion, massive power chords, and emo-driven riffs that leave a lasting impression on the listener. But the track is more than just an auditory treat. The song’s lyrics skillfully interlace evocative imagery, philosophical reflections, and unfiltered emotions, resulting in a potent and contemplative message. This single provides a profound examination of the uncertainties we face regarding our fate and beliefs. It delves deeply into the human experience and raises queries about the rationale behind our… Read more »
This week I have Elliott Mags of the band M.A.G.S., I was introduced to his music and it’s something that I enjoyed and I wanted to learn more about his history and wanted to have him on my show. I learned he’s related to a legendary guitar rock god, and Elliott got his start in Buffalo New York. I learn about his life as a musician and how he got to where he is today.
Say Things That Matter is the perfect soundtrack to your summer romance.
M.A.G.S.’ new song “Beg” is a defiant refusal to be held down by someone not worth the energy.
It’s time to Rise Rock n Shine with new music from gold blum, M.A.G.S., and Magic Sugar Coffee.
Iconic folk rock band, The Front Bottoms have finally gifted fans with their sixth full-length album You Are Who You Hang Out With today. A band that has always put real life experiences into their everso literal lyricism and funky production, they have unique way of crafting songs that make you feel nostalgic for an experience you may have never even had in your own life. They have the ability to transport their listeners into a universe that lives inside the mind of Brian Sella, inviting everyone to that bizarre and beautiful place. You Are Who You Hang Out With… Read more »
Singer/Songwriter Sydney Sprague has released a brand new song and video today for “nobody knows anything“. This new track comes with the wonderful announcement of her sophomore album, somebody in hell loves you dropping September 15th via Rude Records. The new tune comes as the third single from her upcoming album, following “smiley face” and “overkill“. Sydney Sprague is exploring a shimmering and groovy sound with these new songs, showcasing her ability to write upbeat songs with darker undertones in theme. Sprague shared thoughts on the creation of the new track, saying: “I wrote ‘nobody knows anything’ during lockdown in… Read more »
Earlier this month, Sleeping With Sirens commemorated the 12-year anniversary of their highly acclaimed sophomore album, Let’s Cheers To This. The album, which features standout tracks such as “If You Can’t Hang,” “A Trophy Fathers Trophy Son,” and “All My Heart,” has now achieved yet another milestone: it has been certified Gold in the United States. Released on May 10, 2011, Let’s Cheers To This successfully captured the same fiery spirit and lightning-in-a-bottle feeling that their debut album, With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear, had brought forth. Let’s Cheers To This showcased Sleeping With Sirens‘ distinctive sound, seamlessly… Read more »