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Midnight Hour are an Orange County alt-rock combo with a driving, hook-laden sound that’s made them a local favorite in So Cal and even garnered them some airplay on LA’s influential KROQ-FM. The band recently released their debut album and have had songs placed on TV shows such as Ghost Whisperer, One Tree Hill, Army Wives, and Laguna Beach. Could Midnight Hour be LA’s latest breakout indie success? Form your own opinion by checking out this official video for “Modern Love.”
Mighty Mongo is a St. Petersburg, FL band with an unlikely sound that combines influences like No Doubt and Jimi Hendrix with elements of African highlife guitar, before processing them through a kind of surfer party-punk filter. The four-piece outfit was formed in 2009 and have grown an enormous local fanbase since then. They’ve also made appearances at the 2012 Vans Warped Tour and… Read More
Guitar Shop TV is pleased to showcase Telehaze as the winner of our September Artist Showcase.
A charismatic hard rocker from with a distinctly brash , stripped down sound Telehaze aka Luis Bejaine draws on diverse influences that include acid rock, metal, indie, and Seventies punk.
Having already achieved a measure of success in his native Columbia, Telehaze has recently decamped to NYC in an effort to take his career to the next level. Check out this energized video for “Shakes” and be on the look out… Read More
The prequel album, entitled Weapon of Choice will feature the songs from the latest album in earlier stages of development and is aimed at appealing to hardcore fans of the band. Weapon of Choice will be available as a digital-only release and is intended to offer… Read More
With the London premiere of their new film Crossfire Hurricane just a few weeks away, the Rolling Stones have just released a trailer for the new rock-doc, which chronicles their spectacular 50-year career.
The film is set to be debuted at the 2012 London Film Festival on October 18 and will be simultaneously screened at 250 cinemas around the world. American audiences will get a chance to watch it when it airs on… Read More
The following review by the respected rock critic Iman Lababedi and our friends at rocknyc. Check it out, along with a early video of the Grizzy Bears performing their hit “Two Weeks”
Grizzly Bear At Radio City Music Hall, NYC, September 27th, 2012 Reviewed
My co-editor called me to say the word from Mary Magpie, our teenage wunderkind, was Grizzly Bear were the band to catch this week. A concept I was aware of. Their recently released Shields was not the watershed recording, that had… Read More