Wednesday is my favorite day of the week! I love sharing my favorite local bands with you guys. Today’s featured band is Chin Up, Kid, from Indianapolis, Indiana. Continue reading “Chin Up, Kid”
It’s Wednesday! Which means time for a new band feature. Yay!
First: a story. I keep a planner with my articles planned out for the next several months. The only bands I write down after I’ve already posted, are the bands in my Sunday series, Bands I Discovered This Week. Now, imagine my surprise when I went to write down Alone I Walk, only to see that this week’s scheduled featured was another Canadian band. I guess, Canadians are alright.
Now, read on for this week’s featured band, Across The Wasteland.
Today’s featured band is another hailing from the mitten state. Michigan has a plethora of bands to chose from, and deciding whom to feature this week was a tough decision .
Ultimately, pop-punk influenced alternative rock, won out again.
Everybody, meet Narco Debut.
Today, I’m going to be talking about the Baltimore, Maryland based Dreamcatcher. I’ve been listening to these guys since November 2016, and they are amazing. They play a version of alternative pop that can only be described as otherworldly. Continue reading “Wonderlust”
I’m very excited to share this week’s band with you guys. This is going to be the first band I write about that’s from Michigan. For this week’s feature, I’ll be talking about the St. Clair based Stories Untold. I haven’t gotten a chance to see these guys perform live, but I have been listening to them for about a year, and I think they’re amazing. Continue reading “Wednesday Means It’s Time For New Music”
What I meant to say is: On Wednesdays, I’ll be showcasing a local band. Unfortunately, I can’t resist quoting Mean Girls, and other, more obscure things. You’ll get used to it.
Without further ado, the first band I’ll be featuring is I Fight Fail, based in Canton, Ohio.
When I was deciding which band to feature this week, I Fight Fail came to mind immediately. These guys are in my top five favorite bands of all time, and that’s a pretty impressive feat for some random dudes from Ohio. I’ve been listening to I Fight Fail for about a year. I own all the merch that they sell, and have started customizing it and making my own from scratch. Once I drove six hours, by myself, in a blizzard, just to see these guys play live. They are that good.