Local bands and musicians

Band Genre
10 19 The Numberman Hip-Hop & Rap
1207 Hip-Hop & Rap
12 Cent Alternative, Punk, Rock
145th Street Blues & Soul, Rock
16 Hour Drive Punk
16 Sparrows Rock
1Louder Covers | Standards, Rock
2000 Tons of TNT Blues & Soul, Funk, Jazz, Reggae & Ska, Rock
22 Kings Acoustic, Rock
The 25th Hour Metal | Hardcore
321 Stereo Rock
3against1 Alternative, Rock
3 By Design Rock
3 Guys Called Jesus Rock
3rd Borough Electro | DJ, Rock
3 the Hardway Hip-Hop & Rap
40 Oz. to Freedom Punk, Reggae & Ska, Rock
+44 Alternative, Electro | DJ, Punk
50/50 Electro | DJ, Hip-Hop & Rap, Rock
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Local Music News

The Sham Saints

"Sham Saints have a single coming out May 1 and an EP June 1," reports frontman Darius Degher, who co-founded the band with Michael Packard. "The single is an eco-protest anthem, and we're donating download proceeds to an environmental nonprofit."

Leroy Zeke

Drummer Bob Bowley passed away, due to injuries sustained while working underneath a car when the jack collapsed.

Darius Degher

A song by his '80s new wave band Darius & the Magnets, "Saturday at 3PM," can be heard in the new film Pitching Tents, which is set in 1984.

Adam Gnade

Gnade collaborated with Planet B (Gabe Serbian and Justin Pearson of the Locust and Head Wound City) for Life Is the Meat Grinder That Sucks In All Things, a new prequel to Locust House featuring minimalist jazz percussion and landscapes of sweeping, windy Eraserhead-esque ambience.

Flogging Molly

Their Life Is Good tour, supporting their first studio album in six years, kicks off May 4 in Oakland, CA and wraps up June 4 in Cincinnati, OH.

Hot Snakes

John Reis and friends are recording tracks at Singing Serpent studio for their first new album since 2004's Audit in Progress.

Hocus

They'll tour northern California, Oregon, and Washington, beginning July 12 in San Francisco and including a July 15 date at Aberdeen, Washington's three-day musical celebration of hometown hero Kurt Cobain.

Jim Ryan Project

Though the longtime local punk veteran recently relocated to Denver, CO, he's working on a new Cardiac Kidz track to be released shortly.

Wavves

They'll promote their new album You're Welcome (due May 19 via the band's own Ghost Ramp label) with a 36-stop North American tour starting on April 21 in Amarillo, and wrapping up on June 6 in Portland.

Iration

Their new acoustic album Double UP will be promoted by touring with Slightly Stoopid on their Sounds of Summer 2017 Tour, featuring J Boog & the Movement and kicking off June 8 in Glen Allen, VA.

Pierce the Veil

They're teaming up with Sum 41 for the We Will Detonate Tour that will also feature Emarosa and Chapel, kicking off at the Ogden Theater in Denver on April 21 and running through May 25 in Dallas at the South Side Ballroom.

Gary Wilson

The reclusive rocker has three albums planned for this year: Gary Wilson & the Blind Dates Live CBGB's 1979, Another Lonely Night In Brooklyn: Gary Wilson & Tredici Bacci Live Shea Stadium, and Let's Go To Outer Space With Gary Wilson.

Bossfight

Their upcoming album Daze of Gray (produced by Marcos Curiel of P.O.D.) is being promoted with a 24 page comic book illustrated by Marvel artist FranzDG.

Steve Poltz

The video for his new song "Hey God I'll Trade You Donald Trump For Leonard Cohen" includes the lyrics and chords, in case you want to play or sing along.

Veronica May

Her upcoming album, due in May (of course!), features guests like Jason Mraz, Jeff Johnson, and Jeff Berkley of Berkley Hart.

Slightly Stoopid

The punk reggae rockers have reportedly pressed their single “Dabbington” onto a slab containing $6,000 worth of smokable hashish, to promote a brand of hash being marketed by Stoopid manager Jon Phillips.

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