MOOD IS LOW: A Throwback to Garage Punk
After a year of experimenting with different sounds, the band 9 o’clock Nasty is back with a new single that harkens back to their garage punk roots. The song, titled “MOOD IS LOW,” is a two-minute blast of raw energy that is sure to get you moving.
The song opens with a driving guitar riff that sets the tone for the rest of the track. The vocals are delivered in a gruff, shouted style that perfectly complements the music. The drums pound away in the background, providing a solid foundation for the rest of the instruments.
The song is all about letting loose and having a good time. It’s the kind of song that you can’t help but sing along to. It’s perfect for a night out with friends or just a good old-fashioned dance party.
If you’re looking for a song that will get you moving, then “MOOD IS LOW” is definitely the song for you. The band has a lot of talent, and they’re sure to be making waves in the music scene.
The song has been praised by critics, with Danzig Krupp of Dark Strudel calling it “a two-minute blast of blistering white heat.” He goes on to say that it is “a throwback to garage punk that somehow feels modern.”
The song will be released on all streaming channels and YouTube on Saturday, May 20th, 2023. So be sure to check it out and let loose with a little bit of MOOD IS LOW.
Zero Carbon Band: A New Hope for Eco-Pop
The world’s only premiership Eco-pop band, Zero Carbon Band (ZCB), is back with a new EP, “The Great Rewilding.” The five-track EP is a celebration of the natural world and a call to action for environmental protection.
The band’s members, Si-Fi, Benjamin Simha, Rat Thunder, and Nic, are all passionate about the environment and they use their music to spread awareness about the climate crisis. Their songs are catchy and fun, but they also have a serious message.
The EP opens with the song “I’m a Tree,” which is a celebration of the beauty and importance of trees. The song asks the listener to consider the role that trees play in our world and to think about how we can protect them.
The second song on the EP, “Our Allotment,” is inspired by the band’s love of allotment gardening. The song is a ode to the sense of community and connection to nature that allotments can provide.
The third song on the EP, “Sinking Seasick Homesick Blues,” is a dark and haunting song about the potential consequences of climate change. The song imagines a future where sea levels have risen and people are forced to abandon their homes.
The fourth song on the EP, “The Great Rewilding,” is a more hopeful song about the potential for nature to recover if we give it a chance. The song imagines a future where forests have reclaimed the land and animals have returned to their natural habitats.
The fifth and final song on the EP, “Commotion in the Ocean,” is a call to action about the problem of plastic pollution in the ocean. The song asks the listener to think about the impact that their choices are having on the environment and to make changes to reduce their plastic footprint.
“The Great Rewilding” is a powerful and important EP that is sure to raise awareness about the climate crisis. The band’s music is catchy and fun, but it also has a serious message. ZCB is a force for good in the world and their music is a call to action for all of us to do our part to protect the environment.
If you’re looking for music that is both entertaining and thought-provoking, then you need to check out Zero Carbon Band. Their new EP, “The Great Rewilding,” is a must-have for anyone who cares about the future of our planet.
Danza aliena, Massimo De Simone’s newest song, is a mysterious and profound voyage of self-discovery. Through spiritual and mystical resonances, the song investigates the potential of alien life and our relationship to it.
The song starts out with a soothing melody that sets the tone for the rest of the song. The lyrics are beautiful and thought-provoking, inviting the listener to reflect on their own role in the cosmos. The song comes to a climax, with the music and words growing more dramatic as it goes on. The closing chorus is a strong and emotional declaration about mankind’s relationship with the universe.
Danza aliena is a daring and creative production that demonstrates De Simone’s skill and desire to experiment with his craft. The song is a thought-provoking tune that invites listeners to consider their role in the cosmos.
Dodoppio Bemolle Studio expertly created the song, which was mastered by Mastering Karibu. The quality is excellent, and it contributes to a genuinely immersive listening experience. The music is mysterious and ethereal, and it matches the text nicely. The mastering is also great, and it contributes to the song’s liveliness. The single is available on all digital shops, making it accessible to De Simone’s followers and others interested in his work. The song is essential listening for fans of experimental music and anybody interested in the possibility of alien existence.
Gordon Holland, an Australian alternative singer-songwriter, is preparing to release his highly anticipated four-track EP, “Skipping Stones On A Salt Lake,” on June 9th, 2023. The EP, which was recorded and engineered by Harrie Kingston, mixed by Digby Gillings, and mastered by Lion Dance Records, explores a variety of topics including transition, travel, and nostalgia. With their infectious choruses and mainstream appeal, Holland’s melodic and beautiful but down-to-earth and intimate tunes stand out.
Holland began on a creative journey, drawing influence from Paul Kelly, Bob Evans, Julia Jacklin, and Crowded House, challenging himself to develop a collection of narrative-driven songs that delve into the intuitive side of songwriting. His love of melody and memorable melodies shows through, discovering beauty and inspiration in daily encounters and expressing feelings that words alone cannot explain.
Standout tracks on the EP include “Palm Tree Wallpaper,” a touching story about a phone call between a person and their elderly dad, and “Half A Tank (And They’re All Counting On Me),” a gripping story about a person’s concentrated travel to a small village. “Midnight At The Karaoke Bar” laments the lack of change, while “Departure Lounge Blues” imagines the lives of passengers at an airport departure lounge.
Gordon Holland’s combination of alternative country and Britpop has established him as a prominent figure in Melbourne’s music scene. His enthralling performances and introspective, nostalgic songs laced with humor and wistfulness have earned him a devoted fan base. With his EP “Skipping Stones On A Salt Lake,” Holland demonstrates his songwriting abilities and draws listeners into a world of catchy tunes and intriguing narratives. Don’t miss the June 9th, 2023 release date.