Tag: "Rise Rock n' Shine Presents"
The frustrations of the frontline employee can be almost too much to bear. Florida alt-pop duo DBMK’s newest single “Tough” was borne of this frustration.
Slowly the sheen of sweat on foreheads is being replaced by beanies as we move to a much needed autumn. Denver-based Bluprint has the perfect transitionary treat with “Home”, the first single off their upcoming Lost Summer EP. “Home” is a pop-punk jam that hits hard from the beginning and never lets up. Per drummer […]
Magic Sugar Coffee opens their brand-new single “Blkout” with a drum-pounding, electric explosion like a caffeine syringe straight to the eyeball. This song epitomizes the definition of their jittery moniker. As it progresses, the strumming and breakdowns hook your early 2000s pop-punk senses. Is that a note of New Found Glory I’m hearing? Maybe a […]
With anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers ruining our chances at a return to “normal” and the Delta variant on the surge, we could all use a little musical catharsis. “The Blur” delivers in a bristly pop-punk way that seems perfectly timed. Northern Colorado’s One Flew West explains, “‘The Blur’ was the first song we wrote and put […]
Record-setting heat demands pool parties which, in turn, demand pool party tunes. “Saratoga Streetlights” is an ice-cold jam ready to complement your beach ball antics and water balloon skirmishes. As the band states, this song has been released “just in time for summer” and we couldn’t agree more! San Antonio-based trio Love Again refer to […]
“Invisible” is clever. As a pop-punk banger, it would be easy for As Time Fades to rest on the laurels of the track’s catchy hook and euphoric breakdown. But the real beauty of “Invisible” is the clever way the music gives life to its lyrical meaning.
Los Angeles based band, Wavy Trees is reminding us that we need to stay focused on what matters in their new song “Nobody Cares”. They put it simply by stating, “Everyone has a story but not everyone is in the best chapter of their story, so ‘Nobody Cares’ is a call to all to take a second to help each other in these fast times we are living in.”
The pain that comes with loss is something that most of us can relate to. However, there is a feeling just as relatable, but so much more freeing – realizing that the loss was one of the best things that could have happened to you. KINGS sums up that exact feeling in a beautiful way with her new song, ‘ur a good bye’.
“Burnt Orange” is a phenomenal, heart-felt song. It also kind of feels like a knife in the gut and a shoulder to cry on at the same time. That’s a little confusing, I know, but we’ll get there.