Bexley - Sometimes

Los Angeles young rocker Bexley released her debut EP Lost In The Moment yesterday, 18 January.

The EP was produced by Aaron Edwards (Sick Puppies, Black Veil Brides, Rivals) include 5 hard hitting songs that touches on topics that people often have trouble talking about, like harmful relationships (Toxic Love) and trying to find meaning in our increasingly chaotic world (Deal).

Working alongside producer Edwards, Bexley captured her unique sound and an energy that will resonate with Rock and Alternative fans alike.

Emerging from the supportive Seattle music scene, Bexley rose in local circles and worked hard to rub elbows with local rock and grunge legends to absorb their knowledge while developing her own unique take on music. She was welcomed into the Brotherhood of Guitar by legendary Rock photographer and mentor Robert M. Knight: he included Bexley in his latest book "Rock Gods" alongside such icons as Slash and Jimmy Page. Her style is heavily influenced by the songwriting and harmonies of the Beatles, while sonically drawing from hometown favorites Alice in Chains. She holds Robert Plant and the aforementioned Chris Cornell as her benchmarks for vocals, and studied the nuance they put into each song. Her drive to succeed has led her to Los Angeles, where she now lives and where the colobration with producer Edwards began.

Watch the video for Run Rabbit Run -Bexley's debut single- here and check the new one for Sometimes, also included in the EP, clickng on the image.

Donwload/stream Lost In The Moment on your favorite digital music service and discover a bright new rock talent.

BLACK MAP release sophomore album In Droves Saturday, 18 March 2017 14:19 by madseason
Black Map - Run Rabbit Run

Black Map is the union of three established Northern California rock musicians, driven by a shared dedication to big riffs, big drums and powerful, straight-ahead, all enveloping rock n' roll. Black Map consists of the versatile voice and walloping bass groove of Ben Flanagan (Trophy Fire), the wall-of-sound big riff histrionics of guitarist Mark Engles (dredg) and the unstoppable driving force and tasteful skill of drummer Chris Robyn (Far). 

Black Map's second full-length album In Droves dropped last Friday, March 10, via eOne (USA) and Long Branch Records/SPV (Europe). The album release was anticipated by the leading single Run Rabbit Run (watch the video clicking on the image), one of the harder songs on the album, that also includes mellower, atmospheric tracks and more experimental, progressive, growing numbers.

If you like bands like Tool and Chevelle and, in general, deep alternative rock with meaningful lyrics, then stream In Droves on Spotify now.