It’s Sunday and that means it’s time for our ReverbNation picks of the week!
Formed in 2004, San Francisco’s The Institution has been playing together for over a decade. They have a Hard Rock sound that edges close to Metal.
Sylmar, California couple Magic And The Muse plays light, soothing Indie music. The duo’s male and female voices compliment one another to create an uplifting, joyful sound.
Los Angeles musician Brad Schecter began studying classical piano at a young age. Now his music is aggressive Hard Rock.
It’s not often we hear about Metal band from Rome, Italy, but Stage of Reality is exactly that. They have a hard, driving sound with a funky undertone.
On stage SpaceCream brings Glam back by having a theatrical stage presence and outlandish costumes. The Los Angeles band has an Art Rock sound and operatic vocals.
Upbeat and full of energy, this Houston band has a sound somewhere between Alternative and Pop. Their music features a contrast in vocal styles with some parts spoken while others are sung.
Hard Rock band Midnight Mob hails from New York City. Their style of Rock is Blues-based with a Metal vibe and features powerful female vocals.
Byron Bay, New South Wales might be known for surfing, but Andy Jans-Brown & COZMIC are anything but Surf Rock. They have an Indie Rock sound influenced by Classic Rock.
From Moscow, Russia, Perfect Wig was inspired by 80s Glam Metal Bands. Their music features rough, Punk-like vocals over top of Metal-influenced instrumentals.
This Akron, Ohio band challenges themselves to write catchy, upbeat songs with meaningful lyrics. Morning in May has a Pop-Punk sound combined with heavy, driving instruments.
Having been around in one form or another for ten years Milwaukee’s Avenues has had plenty of touring experience. Their music is aggressive, driving Punk.
Combining catchy melodies of power-pop with the technical skills of bands such as Protest the Hero is what Cedar Boulevard does best. From North Hollywood this band has a sound somewhere between Metal and Post-Hardcore.
Being from Raleigh, North Carolina, it’s understandable that Jack the Radio gives their music a southern twist. Their sound blends Indie Rock with Southern Blues.
A trio from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Oceans Orange has toured all across the East Coast. Their brand of Indie has a Pop-Punk vibe.
Started as a Thrash Metal project in 2008, Vancouver’s Silver Psycho continues as a solo project by multi-instrumentalist Valek Mørke. The music is pure Heavy Metal.