North West UK band The Atomic Hound Dog. The new single "Palnt A Seed" has just dropped through Unified Theory Records.
Shirley Sunday is a quirky, very English, song, The music uses Americana as influences, flavours of Country in the slide/pedal guitars and a nod to JJ Cale on the way out. The vocals however firmly place this as an English piece of music. The sentiment is nice and there is definitely an underlying good humour. This song always raises a pleasant smile at the end.
DACOSTA | acoustic guitar driven pop/rock
Al is an author composer from Trois-Rivieres Quebec Canada
he plays all instruments and released around a dozen CD LP
His influences are the 60's and 70's
Please consider any of these most recent tunes for airplay. I put them up on Dropbox for easy access.
The latest group of eight songs, "March 2022", are a compilation of rock, adult contemporary, Americana, pop rock, and reggae. I wanted to explore different styles.
We are a pop rock band based in Milan, Italy. We started playing together as kids and then disìbanded. After some years and different carrer paths we ended up playing together again and we are having a loto of fun!
The history of The Petal Falls stretches back to the mid/late 90’s in Kent, UK.
It was originally formed with the intention of providing a performance platform for singer and main songwriter Keith Leahy’s stunning music.
After some band name and personnel changes the 5 member core of The Petal Falls eventually came to life in the mid 90’s with.
Keith Leahy – Vocal, Guitar & Keys
Robert Harpum – Guitar
Dave Richards – Guitar
Marius Ryndziewicz – Bass
Robin Tucker – Drums
Soul artist Joy Xande looks to cool down the Toronto music scene with the formal release of ‘Just A Feeling’. Upon connecting with producer Greg MCGovern (as well as instrumentalists, Adam Connor & Steve Malison) Joy carried a jazzy tone reminiscent of the early 1960’s. While accompanied by a seductive saxophone over desirable soul organs, nubile percussion, and a voluptuous bass line, Joy Xande & The Business strikes with smooth adaptability, as a collective.