Showing posts with label instrumental. Show all posts
Showing posts with label instrumental. Show all posts

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

All You Ever Talk About is Vocals - The Next Stage of Horse Mode

Old horse, new tricks. Horse Mode dishes on latest EP (image credit).

The members of Billerica’s Horse Mode harnessed the DIY spirit roughly six years ago with a gruff, 6-song demo and have since turned their passion project into a true hustle, scoring a recent recording opportunity at Converse Rubber Tracks, executing a 9-stop spring tour stretching from Brooklyn to Montreal and making a master decision that will keep the band competitive in the local music scene.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Video Premiere – Horse Mode “Jazz and IPAs”

Download 'All You Ever Talk About Is Jazz', the debut full-length from Horse Mode.

Lowell’s instrumental melodic rock band, Horse Mode, premieres their debut music video for “Jazz and IPAs” (directed by Shawn Thomas) off of their first full-length, ‘All You Ever Talk About is Jazz’ released earlier this summer via Ocelot Records.

The 9-track album is available for download on Bandcamp at a name your price donation. Catch Horse Mode on September 18th at UnchARTed in Lowell with Audrey Can’t Die and Nashoba. And follow the band on Facebook for additional show dates.

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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Somerville PorchFest 2014

Somerville Porchfest May 17th 12-6p.

On Saturday, May 17th musicians and bands throughout Somerville will celebrate and utilize an underused public venue: The Porch. Acts—ranging from bollywood funk, cosmic americana, killer blues, Moroccan, Balkan, gospel, American space rock and clawhammer banjo—will serenade passersby from porches throughout Somerville fo’ free.

There are three time slots are based on three quadrants of the city; east to Central will be 12-2; Central to Willow will be 2-4; west of Willow 4-6.

Preview the bands, get an idea of what your Saturday itinerary should look like and play around with an interactive map at the official Somerville Arts Council’s website.

Some of our favorite names this year are “Lonely Winter Hill Hammered Dulcimer Club (of One)” at 11 Fenwick St. (12-2p), “Grump Old Men’s Old Time String Band” at 10 Willow Ave. (2-4) and “The Parking Tickets” at 242 Willow Ave. (2-4).

Oh and then there are these punks covering Toto's "Africa" at 5 Forster St. (12-2p).

Tuesday, February 4, 2014


Vermont's July 26 Movement turns you inside out with their experiment noise rock via the 9 minute and fifteen second track "Who Becomes A Terrorist And Why" off of their 2013 S/T EP (State & Main Records). You can grab the 5-song record on Bandcamp for free at a 'name your price' download.

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