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Brad Stank - Bokito - Kaylin Roberson

Brad Stank just shared 'She Was A Tease' ahead of this Fridays 'Kinky Om' album release, the new song showcases Brad's cool enticing vocals against Gal Go's superb saxophone performance. === We have featured Bokito a couple of times in recent years and they are back with 'okok' a song that simply demands attention from the opening moments, both vocally and with the wonderfully tight musical arrangement. === We have a new song from Kaylin Roberson entitled 'Out Of My Town' and it's a modern country piece packing plenty of feeling whilst it exudes quality. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Brad Stank - She Was A Tease. Brad Stank shares "She Was a Tease", the final single from his forthcoming debut album Kinky Om to be released via Heist or Hit (Her's, Pizzagirl, Guest Singer). “My new teasy offering is perfect for pulling out your garden chair and basking in

HARE - Jaunt - Bokito - The Black Delta Movement - Chloe Styler - Sharaya Summers - Pale Rivers

HARE - Rolls Along. Background - HARE is the project of New Jersey based songwriter and musician Sebastien Isaac, accompanied by drummer Michael Santa Cruz, keyboardist Jon Caplan, and guitarists James Licata and Graham Orbe. After honing his songwriting during his time in college, Isaac returned to NJ and began showcasing at open mics around the tri-state area.  He soon began collaborating with Santa Cruz, Caplan, Licata and Orbe, developing a new unified sound, and set his sights on breaking into the New York City music scene. Seb, admittedly, doesn't have all the answers. The NYC based pop-rock artist understands that his journey, up till now, has all the benchmarks of many millennial coming-of-age stories: a passion placed on the back burner, pursuing a pricey degree, accumulation of debt, a transitional period of stasis, and, finally, lifting the passion off the back burner in spite of all the raised eyebrows.  He knows that happiness may just be a fool’s errand, but

Genre Wander: The Tigerlilies - Topanga - Sinners & Saints - Bokito

The Tigerlilies - Shipwrecked. Background - The style set forth by the Buzzcocks, Cheap Trick and The Ramones is alive and well in the hands of The Tigerlilies - Cincinnati’s sole practitioners of post punk power pop. Brothers Pat (vocals, guitar) and Steve (vocals, drums) Hennessy spearhead the band which includes Brian Driscoll (bass) and Brendan Bogosian (lead guitar). Together they have played countless shows around Ohio, serving as support for Violent Femmes, Joan Jett, Paul Weller, Guided By Voices and Superchunk, and attaining a sizable and appreciative following along the way. The past decade has seen the release of many singles and albums on independent Midwestern labels such as Atavistic, Violently Hip and Mono-cat 7, chalking up a total of four full lengths which showcase The Tigerlilies economic blend of punk, 60’s soul and garage rock. The band is following up their 2016 critically acclaimed 123456 EP with an old fashioned 7-inch single release, “Lovers Du” / “Shipwre