The first rule of Flight Club is you should talk about the band. Yeah, we know, a lot of other writers have probably said the same thing, but seriously this is a surprising find, and we’re willing to back this band on the rise.
What we have for you here is a hopeful tune about persevering and second chances. The song is called “Honey I Believe” and it’s by Chicago band Trickshooter Social Club.
Karmacoda is an award-winning indie trio from San Francisco. With their latest album, Slow Down, Melt and Catch Fire, we expect them to receive further accolades.
If you’re looking to flip a page to some new folk, you’ll happily take a shine to The Booklights.
Just a few fun tunes to get you ready for your August 2021 adventures. #StaySafe and #MuchLove from your friends at NewsWhistle.
Some bands don’t want to be categorized and some are striving for something bigger with their sound. Florida’s FELICITY seems to be headed in the latter direction.
It’s not everyday that a pop-punk musician battles brain cancer and then, undaunted, writes songs about the experience. But that’s exactly what Darro is doing.
According to The Brown Goose’s own description, the Florida band plays “modern alt-rock with a vintage gleam” and “takes it to 88 mph and transports you back to the moment you discovered you loved live music.”
Ariel Bellvalaire is cool in our book. She can sing, she can write songs and she can play a mean guitar.
You know what’s the perfect song to start this summer? It’s a cover of Badfinger’s “Baby Blue” by Chris Berardo