This week we chinwag about what we were doing as musicians at the young age of 12. Afterward we chat with Anastasia Grace, singer of The Haunt.
The sibling fronted group based out of South Florida merges genres of alternative, indie, rock & roll, garage, and blues. 17 year old Anastasia has been performing live since the age of 9, complimented by her older brother, Maxamillion. Anastasia tells us about her experiences in middle school, which lead to a viral hit song that she wrote entitled “All Went Black”. She also tells us about her experience on the road, opening for Palaye Royale, and much more!
The Haunted Side is a paranormal investigation group currently based out of Reno, NV. The group has over twenty years of experience investigating the paranormal and has conducted investigations in nearly every state of the United States. The main objective of The Haunted Side is to collect evidence of the paranormal. In an effort help those affected by spirits or entities to overcome the experiences they have had. In some rare cases even the banishment or the exorcism of demonic forces is necessary to help the ones affected move pass these events.Lead investigator Patrick, was born in Dallas, TX and… Read more »
Geek Girl Riot’s got a trifecta of goodness for you today: Our Rioters speak with Jay Ali, and Keith David, then get into The Haunting of Hill House.
Your favorite mall goth, twin sibling duo Softcult is back with an ethereal new track “Haunt You Still” with a music video to pair. The song follows up their March release, the see you in the dark EP, which features “Someone2Me,” “Dress” and more tracks infused with classic industrial rock, grunge sonics and thoughtful, poignant, social justice lyrics. Check out Softcult‘s “Haunt You Still” below featuring a delicious dose of shoegaze sounds and reflective lyrics. “Haunt You Still” serves as a unique vision of the past, one where duo Mercedes and Phoenix Arn-Horn take accountability. “Maybe it’s a defense mechanism,… Read more »
Felicity and Haunter are two bands that are up and coming and getting a ton of buzz that you need to know about now!
PVRIS have shared another track from their upcoming album EVERGREEN, and it is haunting pop at its most delicately brilliant.
Following the release of the group’s first “happy song in the Wrist catalog,” Teenage Wrist has issued their latest effort, “Diorama.” “Diorama” showcases the duo’s signature shoegaze sound through an amalgamation of alternative rock, psychedelic synths, and heightened euphonious melodies. The track is led by a muddied, down-tuned acoustic guitar creating a somber soundscape reminiscent of 90s grunge. Lead vocalist, guitarist, and bassist Marshall Gallagher joins with a haunting vocal delivery before the track takes flight with a touch of hypnotic synths. “Diorama” is a poignant reflection on life’s complexities and the paradoxes that come with our dependence on technology.… Read more »
Don’t laugh, Stoners! This week we chat about the differences between being drunk vs high,Salem on Halloween, dive deep into bungholes and guess punny store names.
On this week’s show, Jaret & Gary talk with Ray Causey from Netflix 28 Days Haunted, who was apart of one of three teams who spent 28 days in some of the most haunted locations in the United States for an experiment based on the theories of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Ray explains how difficult it was being away from his wife and 5 children for an entire month and living with no TV, internet, phone or any interaction with anyone outside of their lockdown!
Today we talk about The 1975’s new single, The Weekend’s Haunted Houses at Universal Studios, and the mini soundtrack for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The 1975’s is Giving Us “Happiness” The 1975 have let us all know that their next single “Happiness” will hit the airwaves on Wednesday, August 3rd. Frontman Matty Healy posted a picture on Instagram of himself in the studio last week with the caption, “Happiness”. This morning he put up a picture of a poster of the band that reads, “The 1975. Happiness. August 3rd.” The same black and white poster can be seen in real… Read more »