Short Band Biography
James LeVier is a singer/songwriter from Apollo PA. This song was co-written with Marc-Allan Barnette, a Birmingham born, Nashville based artist.
|Short Band Biography||Mustard Mountain Moving Company is a twelfth-wave American rock trio with a deep roots in the Pittsburgh Rock and Jazz scenes. Their live lineup consists of Ted Hall (guitar/vocals), Steve Ivol (bass), Steve Trettel (Drums). Ex-members of One Eye Daddys, The Lord Humongous, Flounder, Vasospasm, and too many other bands to list.|
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Bristol-born Oscar is flying with his latest release 'Cower', taken from his incredible debut EP 'Unfurl'.
Royal Honey drips sweet and potent rock n’ roll. The Steel City all-stars masterfully summon the strutting mojo of The Rolling Stones, The Cult, Faster Pussycat, GN’R, AC/DC, and The New York Dolls with inimitable swagger. Today, the Royal Honey reign continues with the band’s upcoming EP, Sweet Heat, out July 2nd, on the boutique indie, The Vault Records.
The Pittsburgh-based quintet formed in 2018, handpicked by drummer/backing vocalist Angel O. This five-headed rock monster boasts members from such respected bands as The Dirty Charms, The Ultimatics, The Cheats, The Addicts, Lize, The Science Fiction Idols, The Cosmosonics, Child of Fire, Kill Bossa, Rainstation Zero, and Gas Tiger. These distinguished rock n’ roll specialists have played countless shows in major east coast cities, including stints at The Electric Banana, 31st Street Pub, and Someplace Else.
The Royal Honey lineup features Bobby C, vocals; Davey “Nine Fingers” guitar/vocals; Greggy Velvet, bass; Eric “Ginger Honey” Rodger, guitar/vocals; and Angel O, drums/vocals. In the last few years, Royal Honey has released an EP, and shared the stage with such beloved bands as Kix, Faster Pussycat, Y&T, The Plimsouls, Bang Tango, and Spear of Destiny (UK).
An impressive live-show resume, and a previous outing in the studio, has sharpened Steely City’s finest. The lads recently hit the studio for the second time to lay down a batch of material. The resulting 7-song EP, Sweet Heat, is a summer release in the most anthemic sense. These tracks are the catharsis for all the pent-up feelings from the lockdown, and 2021’s never-ending winter. The tunes are hot, horny, and hooky. “Ninety percent of our songs are about sex, and the other 10 percent have a western theme, like drinking and dying while on horseback,” Eric says with a hearty laugh.
To get the party started ahead of Sweet Heat, Royal Honey will release a video for the track, “The Tease.” This song saunters forward with no-frills-just-pure-groove drum hooks; a prowling riff; bluesy bursts of quicksilver lead guitar; dynamic build-up and releases; and tough-but-catchy choruses. It’s a sleazy rocker that you could perfectly picture blaring out of a strip club in the early 1990s.
The album officially opens with the leadoff single, “Cut N Run,” an intoxicatingly catchy shot of 1970s, from-the-streets rock n’ roll, and continues with 6 other bulging rockers pulsating with playfully sexy innuendo; ear-worm harmony vocals and anthemic chorus chants; and danceable drums hooks and grooves. The strutting “Liquid Dynamite” oozes sex with its cocked and loaded riffs; mesmerizing Thin Lizzy-style dual leads; and dirty sweet lyrics. “Pull The Plug” is a bracing dose of snotty rock n’ roll speeding by with dazzling guitar leads, and an imaginatively-arranged outro where the band eases through tricky dynamic shifts. Besides Royal Honey’s soulful and tasteful chops, the vocals on Sweet Heat are a standout asset. Four of the five guys sing, and throughout lead vocalist Bobby C wields a throaty delivery that hits that sweet spot between Brian Johnson’s gruff soulfulness and Bon Scott’s snarling melodic sensibility.
When You Think It’s Right It’s Always Wrong…
Named ETX’s Metal Band of the Year in 2018 and Rock Band of the Year in
2019, Post Profit are the newest Alternative Rock band to burst on the scene
with their hit single ’Same Sad Song’ reaching #23 on the Billboard Top 40
Charts for Mainstream Rock. With over 200 shows under their belt in the first
year of their career, the band has had the pleasure of playing with well-known
acts such as Drowning Pool, To Whom It May, Saliva, and Sons Of Texas. Post
Profit have won countless Battle of the Bands and performed at Inklife Festival,
So What?! Music Festival, and many others across the United States.
Drawing inspiration from groundbreaking industry names like Royal Blood,
Highly Suspect, and Nothing But Thieves, Post Profit are a breath of fresh air
with an intense live show and unwavering ability to blend different genres
seamlessly. The combination of Matt Jackson on vocals and guitar, Nick Hawner
on guitar, Jordan Conley on bass, and Zach Hicks on drums deliver nothing less
than driving bass lines, blistering guitar riffs, and soaring vocals.
Post Profit are set to release their single, ‘When You Think It’s Right’ on
February 12th off of their debut album, ‘When You Think It’s Right It’s Always
Wrong’ coming Fall 2021.
Former acoustic rock artist Nathaniel Rowe takes on his solo hip hop project "MadClock"
LuRose is a musician born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She has been
behind the scenes in music since she was a young girl, writing, singing, and playing
music for other musicians and events in and around the Pgh music scene. Her debut
single "Sweet" dropped earlier this year, with anticipation for the release of her rst
EP to follow later this summer.
It’s just about how real recognize real but sometimes real can also be blinded my fake people so just got
to stay focus and keep staying real
|Short Band Biography||Kilmaine Saints is a band formed on good whiskey and bad intentions. The brainchild of two members of a Harrisburg Pipe & Drum band, this project was originally created with the sole intent of getting them free beer at St. Patrick’s Day shows in the central PA area (and might I add- mission accomplished). After incorporating the help of fellow members from the pipe band and other notable musicians from the area, they soon realized they were in for one hell of a ride. Since 2009 they have continued to pound through blistering, high-energy live sets that keep people singing along, stomping their feet, lifting their pints and shouting for more. With several hundred shows at pubs and festivals from New Jersey to California, critically acclaimed releases under their belts, national and international airplay, and an ever-expanding and extremely loyal fanbase, it’s no wonder the world is starting to stand up and take notice. In short, The Kilmaine Saints are equal parts Irish swagger, Scottish pride, and whiskey. This explosive Celtic rock band from central PA will steal your heart, your spirit, and your pint when you’re not looking.|
is a new band from Pittsburgh. Our early work consists of
Metal/Rock/Progressive/Avant Garde ideas, yet we are expanding to even more
Jake Borish - Guitar/Keyboards
Sarah Heiber - Guitar
Anthony Licata - Drums
Sachem Orenda - Vocals/Guitar