Some people drink coffee. We turn up the volume.
It’s time to Rise Rock n’ Shine…
Who: KINLEY has a lot going on. The solo artist spends part of her time in a band with her friends, Hey Rosetta!, and the other part writing dynamic solo songs.
What: After gathering inspiration from a Women’s March, KINLEY put pen to paper to create “Washington”.
Why: A sweet, slow tempo drives home the empowering message behind “Washington”. In a world steeped in anger and frustration, the song refuses to back down in it’s own way—meaningful lyricism and a clear message.
FFO: idobi Radio
Who: 7 STONE RIOT got their start as a cover band before rocking their way into their own sound. Still, the hard rock group never strays from the music that inspired it all.
What: “Scratching The Surface” is a song about fighting your way to the top—so it’s no wonder it’s so damn savage.
Why: If you’ve ever rocked to Shinedown, Sevendust, and Saving Abel, you’re going to want to take notice of “Scratching The Surface”. Bang your head and sing along—and maybe start your plot of world domination, while you’re at it.
FFO: idobi Howl
“‘Scratching the Surface’ is a song about fighting your way through all the struggles that come with going after a big dream. There’s always going to be ups and downs when trying to achieve your dreams but what keeps you going is the little break throughs when you scratch the surface of a goal.” – 7 STONE RIOT