We’re on vacation. Specifically, this week will be spent with friends and family across the Northeast, before coming back to Nashville, completely recharged for untold amounts of excitement this fall!
Fear not, however: we’ll always leave the light on for you!
Nashville-based artists Todd Burman and Chuck Feltner came together in music through the similar, tumultuous life paths they share. By way of their collaborative project The White Wolves, the pair has used its experiences to add a versatile voice to the ever-changing modern music landscape.
Photo credit: Valia DeYoung
Today, we take a ride on the internet highway to Williamsburg, VA to listen to Scott Grim’s solo debut. The two-song “Hallelujah, Then,” released in October 2018, is a story about love, loss, and religion, and offers a stark contrast in styles from one song to the next.
Soulful Philly blues rockers Foxtrot & the Get Down have gone from being “Down & Out” to being “Battered and Blue.”
If you’re in the Philadelphia area, catch D.S. Bradford’s “Elemental Evolution” EP release show this Friday, Aug. 5 at the Dockside Bar at Dave & Buster’s.
Artist: D.S. Bradford
Album: Elemental Evolution EP (PRE-ORDER)
Release Date: Aug. 5, 2016
Genre: Alternative Rock
Philadelphia singer-songwriter D.S. Bradford describes his new “Elemental Evolution” EP as being “about evolving into a form of ourselves that is conscious of peace and embraces love.”
While that theme is ever present throughout the effort, there is another “evolution” at play – that of D.S. Bradford into a versatile musician who seamlessly intermingles alternative rock with the progressive and psychedelic.
Perhaps the track that best blends all of those styles together is the album closer, “A Call to the Stars II – A Home in the Sky.” The EP’s longest track, clocking in at just over seven minutes, is a dreamy epic that moves between ideas that represent themselves as movements. “A Call to the Stars II” temporarily forfeits its dreaminess about halfway through, picking up the pace with some killer guitar work, before returning to its roots and transitioning into a tender piano outro that brings about the conclusion of our galactic transmission.
For fans of straightforward alt-rock, you need look no further than “Oceans,” a fun, up-tempo tune, and the crisp, highly accessible title track, “Elemental Evolution.” Both songs contain great hooks and are radio-ready.
A Call to the Stars – Ascend the Lost
A Call to the Stars II – A Home in the Sky