Saint Scarlet isn’t like every other rock band here on the Sunset Strip; these guys include four part harmonies, violin solos, and ear-bending effects in their songs. I promise you: if you listen to Runaway Love, Expendable, Cruel and Unusual, or Howl, you’ll be singing their lyrics for the rest of the week. A truly impressive display of both passion and musical talent, Saint Scarlet catches the ear of any listener with their catchy tunes and exhilarating sound.
Saint Scarlet is a rock band newly introduced to Los Angeles. Their lineup includes guys from across the United States that came to LA to
A playful take on Daft Punk’s Da Funk” and Smashing Pumpkins “1979,” videos VIGILANTES watched as kids which also included cult classics “The Warriors” and “Breakfast Club.”
The entire music scene is that of a nostalgic trip of loose fun. Parts of the video were shot straight out of a car and the food court scene had to be filmed before security ended up kicking the bandmates out. The video perfectly captures the simple things in life, really, that creates the most joy.
London synth-pop duo New Arcades have announced the release of new single More Than This. Following on from the 100,000 plus Spotify plays previous single Wherever You Are attracted in the first few months of being available, More Than This carries the same distinctive 80s pop grandiose but with an added tenderness tied in by Lula’s guest vocal. With a succession of recent singles over the last year or so, New Arcades have produced a steady trajectory: now More Than This takes a new path illustrating their ability to collaborate to a devastating level.
With a drive for creating contrast in the dynamics between verses and chorus, introducing a guest vocal accentuates this process and illustrates
MADUS @ The Viper Room
Normally, when I interview bands, all they want to talk about is the next upcoming cool thing that they are doing. Even though I asked about all the cool stuff, MADUS got pretty insightful about who they were and what they plan on doing as musicians. And I really respect these guys for being so candid. They are normal guys that just happen to be talented musicians and run a sick band.
BOSTON: First off, how long have
London duo New Arcades have revealed a new track called, “Let’s Get Away,” from their Scenes EP. “Let’s Get Away” is probably the only song I’ve ever had to describe as ‘fast.’ New Arcades have taken inspiration from the 80s electro-pop and arcade classics. The new track is Tron-like, yet still very much poppy.
“This track has a lot more energy than most of our current tracks from the “Scenes” EP, which carry a more cinematic and emotional vibe; and though it may be the most poppy track to date, we
Pandora held their second annual Pandora Holiday Discovery Den this Saturday at the Grand in the Manhattan Center. Rudimental, Kiesza, and The Neighbourhood were all set to perform.
We go through plenty of new artists on a daily basis. Some great, others don’t just tune in with what we like at the current moment. We checked out Fiona Grey at her release show at Bootleg Bar a couple of weeks ago and liked what he heard. With Neon Gold giving Fiona her due respect, we’re now a bit embarrassed by not having posted about the 19-year-old songstress earlier.