Hailing from Northern California, Chelsea Wolfe has been creating music since she was a child in her father’s home studio. Since her 2010 debut album, The Grime and the Glow, Wolfe has been prolifically producing music that channels the sorrows and struggles of both her internal and external environment, with haunting compositions, riddled with dark, gothic stories told thru music. Wolfe is coming off a heavy 2017 release, in which she collaborated with several prominent musicians, including Troy Van Leeuwen of Queens of the Stone Age, recording the album entitled, Hiss Spun. Wolfe has plenty of room to grow and evolve as an artist; stay tuned to find out what she’ll be releasing next.
Listen to Chelsea Wolfe below and catch a show near you.
Don Ross has been creating dynamic acoustic compositions for decades, touted as one of the world’s elite guitarists since his rise in the 1980’s. Ross’ 2017 release titled A Million Brazilian Civilians puts on display Ross’ incredible acoustic technique and style, that has long solidified his reputation amongst the guitar playing community. Ross is currently finishing up a series of international shows in Canada later this month; get your tickets now, before its too late.
Don Ross counts on Ernie Ball Aluminum Bronze Medium acoustic strings.
Listen to Don Ross below and get lost in the sound of his mesmerizing acoustic tracks.
Pepper hasn’t looked back since the Hawaiian band moved from their home on the Big Island, to the mainland in 1997, to begin a journey of becoming one of the most consistent and well-recognized reggae and beach grunge bands of the 21st century. Head bopping bass lines, sultry ska guitar riffs and lyrics evoking coastal imagery are a few of the band’s defining characteristics, which have contributed to making Pepper one of the most successful Hawaiian bands of all-time. Staying true to their roots, Pepper has a series of upcoming shows on Hawaii’s big island in the middle of December.
Keep up the good vibes with Pepper on Spotify and add them to your playlist today.
Packed clubs full of sweat, stage diving, and grimy punk rock give you a swift kick with The Bronx. The Los Angeles based group has been prominent on the punk scene for over 15 years, and has performed regularly at Vans Warped Tour throughout the years. After last year’s release, The Bronx V, the group boldly displayed why they are not to be slept on, with a punching fast pace and their signature unapologetic tone. The Bronx has produced a series of albums under the moniker Mariachi El Bronx, giving a stark contrast to their typical sound, with the addition of more musicians. For the international fans out there, catch The Bronx playing a series of shows throughout the U.K. in December 2018, preceded by several Midwest and West Coast shows in November 2018.
Drive faster with The Bronx blasting out your four-door coupe, and add them to your mix below.
The Violent Femmes latest release features the storied group performing a selection of their greatest all-time tracks in an unplugged, live setting. Titled 2 Mics & The Truth: Unplugged & Unhinged in America, the album was a compilation of various moments throughout their We Can Do Anything tour. The Violent Femmes have managed to beautifully maintain their sound throughout the years. The angsty adolescents that adopted their folk-punk anthems in the 80’s have grown up with the band, yet the Femmes sound has continued to resonate with fans all over the world. Violent Femmes bassist Brian Ritchie uses a retro Ernie Ball acoustic bass to perform their classics and to create the group’s newest sounds.
Take your favorite Violent Femmes songs with you by “adding up” a song to your playlist below.