Emerging from the elite New Jersey music scene, the hook-heavy, Americana/alt-rock band Working Class Hussys hit the ground running in the music realm by redefining roots music. Along the way, they have manifested into a versatile and multifaceted rock band with their own signature sound and stylization. Songwriter and lead vocalist, Ian Patrick Gentles, has created an honest heartland rock feel leading Working Class Hussys to a unique shade of lo-fi in the rock genre that is truly their own in the present day. While their music can draw comparisons to other influential artists such as the Beatles and Bruce Springsteen, their eclectic and nostalgic sound resonates with a style that touches on equal parts originality and familiarity, giving their audience a taste of something fresh yet still identifiable.
Now with the release of their newest single, “Things That You Do”, the band has taken their sound to new heights and has garnered an insatiable following since the song’s release. From rock-driven guitar progressions, spot-on vocal melodies, a tight-knit rhythm section and catchy principal songwriting, Working Class Hussys’ newest single offers up a track that can resonate with just about any Rock era. They bring a warmer edge to the Indie Pop Rock style we’ve all come to know and love today, while still staying true to the genre’s roots and classic sound that started it all. This band brings their own unique qualities to the table to complete a sound that is authentic, dynamic and on the next-level for today’s modern music standard.
When you take a listen to the catchy rhythms, verses, choruses and vibes Working Class Hussys bring out in this well-crafted song, you’ll hear a sound that is truly magical and ends up on repeat. “Things That You Do” released on February 19th through Distro Kid and is currently available on Spotify and other digital music streaming platforms.
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Fort Wayne-based veteran artist Tony Marino has graced our platform in the past and has been a staple among the music realm for over 40 years. Known for his dynamic compositions and multifaceted signature style, Marino‘s newest album “Swing Your Thing” proves that he is at the top of his game and continues to hit the ground running.
“Swing Your Thing” is the follow-up record to Tony Marino‘s three Global Award winning albums and is comprised of ten visceral fresh tracks with versatile angles throughout the record’s duration, its albums like “Swing Your Thing” that truly delve into an artist’s musicianship factors and artistic merit. Kicking off the record with the hip swaying title track “Swing Your Thing”, this song’s blues progression immediately encapsulates Marino‘s world class sound and showcases his strengths right from the start with anthemic brass parts, a tightly crafted rhythm section and smooth jazzy bass lines that are a standout of their kind. These tracks are brilliantly arranged and this self-aware banger kicks this album off beautifully and foreshadows what’s to come throughout the rest of the album. Tracks “Biagio” and “Hoppy” also have cleverly executed brass solos and really add to the rhythmic elements that build up through the entirety of this record. Each track resonates with the previous one and really comes off more as a concept album of anthems as opposed to just average songs.
You can clearly hear the unwavering talent that Tony Marino possesses and “Swing Your Thing” will definitely tickle the cherries of any musician that gives it a listen. It’s a world class sound that dives deep into musicianship and showcases the true strengths of a veteran musician — which will undoubtedly entice you took dive deeper into Marino‘s career and discography. You can listen to the record exclusively on Spotify at the link below and you’ll be more than glad that you did.
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Very few veteran artists have accomplished what Salt Lake City based multi-musician Eric Peterson has. With 21 CDs under his belt of a vast array of musical styles, it’s no wonder his latest 12-track juggernaut, Tonal Accents, is clearly breaking new grounds in the world of instrumental releases.
This record cleverly mixes several angles of genres that adapt both 90s and 2000s Rock elements with hints of Classic Rock vibes as well. Emerging into the scene in the 90s, Eric Peterson has manifested a signature sound that is both innovative and multifaceted. From crisp and catchy openers “Friday 4:59PM” to the appropriately titled “Smooth And Serene”, to the hauntingly ominous “Cryptic Talk” and “Subdued”, you get a clear glimpse into the versatile songwriting style that Peterson diligently executed throughout this album’s duration. And that’s one of the most effective ways to put out an instrumental record – showcase as many angles as possible. The classic Rock-era stylistic drum tempos lay a solid foundation on every song and will easily captivate both old listeners and new upon the first listen. Tonal Accents really demonstrates the authenticity of Peterson‘s musicianship factors and really lays out the perfect blueprint to putting out a truly impactful solo record.
The production value on this record is something to behold. It touches on both equal parts originality and familiarity, delving into atmospheric elements that diligently mix yesterday’s and today’s engineering styles. It has a little bit of everything, which will easily provide that dose of nostalgia for fans of older Rock eras, and today’s more modern take on the genre. The guitar work plays a big role on this record from smooth bass lines, energetic acoustic riffs and electric melodies that bring Eric Peterson‘s writing skill set to the forefront. If you dig guitar legends like Joe Satriani and Eric Johnson, then Tonal Accents will be one of your favorite releases this year. The album is currently available on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes and several other digital music streaming platforms. Pick this one up if you’re looking for a fresh take on your favorite guitar-driven records.
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