Last time we checked in with Aaron West he was at a payphone calling to his ex-wife Diane. Now he’s at the same payphone calling to his mom asking her what year he’s late dad’s mustang is, turns out it’s a ’67, Cherry Red. When his mom answers the phone he can still hear his dad’s voice. He keeps having flashbacks about summer’s with he dad driving the mustang. As he pleads to his mom on his acoustic guitar about some debts that he’s in. (probably from the divorce) He then puts an ad in the paper, and gets an offer on the car. A man calls named Robert and tells him that he had a car just like that when he was younger. The man’s wife passed on and the car had a lot of memories, when he went to see the mustang he had the same look in his eyes as Aaron’s dad when he drove it. Robert doesn’t have enough money for the car but, Aaron still trusts him because, he knows that Robert will love the mustang as him as he dad did. We can only hope Aaron’s life goes up from here find out May 20th when his new album drops called “Bittersweet”.
– Written by Mr. Brightside.
Chicago indie rock band The Noise FM have enlisted The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Ghostbusters, various X-men and more iconic action figures for an amazing stop motion music video set to the band’s cover of The Police classic “Next To You.”
The video was created by the band specifically for two Noise for Toys benefit concerts that they hosted over the 2015 holidays and the band will be opening up for Hemmingbirds at Schuba’s on Friday, Feb 26: http://www.lh-st.com/Shows/02-26-2016+Hemmingbirds
Zoogma’s live performance video for their single ‘Molasses’ is now out and the tune is available for free download, on soundcloud, and via iTunes to pre order the EP. This is a single from Zoogma’s forthcoming EP, ‘New Era’, which is being fully released late January.
Video – http://bit.ly/Molassesyt
Soundcloud – http://bit.ly/Molassessc
Download – http://zoogma.net/home/#music
Artwork – bit.ly/NewEraArt
”Music is often like a time capsule. Listening to different records may remind us of specific place in time. It can often take you back to a particular moment in your life or paint a picture of events that you may not have actually experienced–yet feel as if you have. Our last three records all painted a picture of us at a certain time. Each of the three have allowed us to evolve into the band we are today by building on the past while looking ahead. Our latest EP, New Era, takes much of what we have done in the past with live instrumentation, sampling, and studio production and fuses the techniques together in a unified concept.” – Zoogma
Megan Leonardo is a pop singer-songwriter from Montauk, NY. She has played the Montauk Music Festival several times and even won the jingle contest for United Auto Insurance in Chicago. See her debut music video here which was made possible by a successful kickstarter campaign: