Coffee? Check. Headphones? Check.
It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…
Who: LIAM is no stranger to the music industry. The songwriter and audio engineer has the heart of a seasoned artist + his forthcoming album might just be an instant classic.
What: There’s a hint of folk in LIAM’s debut indie acoustic track, “Times Like These”.
Why: The simplicity of “Times Like These” lets it fit in anywhere, around the campfire, at the coffee shop, or in a stadium.
FFO: idobi Anthm
“This song is about the times in our lives when we feel our worst; our most anxious, most depressed, most broken. When we are low we feel vulnerable and human. I had a rough year, but at 22 I could feel the growth that laid beneath everything else.” – LIAM
Who: Forget anything you knew about Florida’s Blessing A Curse, because this time they’re harder, faster, and more brutal than ever.
What: The title track from their forthcoming album.
Why: “Waste” is a vicious example of hardcore music. From the start the band delivers an onslaught of vocals and guitars that you’ll be headbanging to all day long… oh yeah, it’s catchy too.
FFO: idobi Howl
“We were at the lowest point we’ve ever been in as a band. So we locked ourselves in a room, channeled all of our anger and aggression and it created some of the heaviest, angriest, honest songs we’ve ever written. We really feel like this is the album that will resonate with people. Because it’s real. It’s raw. It’s heavy and it’s us.
We can’t wait for everyone to hear what we have to say and we have a lot to say. ‘Waste’ is the title track of our record for a reason. It really sets the tone for the entire album. It’s the pissed off ‘we aren’t f***ing around anymore’ song. We hope fans resonate with the album as much as we do and can’t wait to share the rest of it with you.” – Blessing A Curse