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Electro-Harmonix unveils scorching new overdrive/distortion pedal in demo video
New York-based effects manufacturer Electro-Harmonix has released a new video demo for their OD Glove Overdrive/distortion pedal.
According to the EHX website, the OD Glove is characterized by:
Rich, overtone laden sound that doesn’t get muddy. Responsive controls that take you from sparkling, clean boost through brown crunch and all the way to thick, saturated hi-gain. Advanced features like Tone Shift and selectable 9 or 18V internal voltage for surgical
King George is an Australian singer/songwriter with a sound that’s one part pop melancholy and one part raw rock and roll. With emotive melodies, hooky songwriting and powerful rhythms, King George has been described by Buzz Magazine as having a sound that’s a “unique mix of light and dark.” Check out King George’s video for “Nothing Left.”
Hailing from Chicago, IL, the Michael Harper Project 1967 is a retro rock reggae outfit with a sound that’s heavily influenced by Stax and Motown artists from the 1960s. Led by vocalist and frontman, Michael Harper, the band’s live shows are like soul revival shows with backup singers and a talented multi-piece band laying down the sound behind Harper and his swanky moves up front. Dig the sound of the Michael Harper Project 1967 in this suitably retro Sixties video for “Lies, Lies, Lies.”
Dynamic musical duo based in London and Los Angeles unveil tripped-out new video for “Two Times”
AM & Shawn Lee is a new(ish) collaboration between London-based multi-instrumentalist Shawn Lee and Los Angeles singer/songwriter AM. The duo were drawn together by a shared love of such influences as Brazilian tropicalia, Italian… Read More
GSTV’s Mad Dog Blogger reflects on one of rock’s lost cinematic treasures
I want to take you back to a time before Pontius was a pilot, when men were men and sheep were nervous. When a dose of the clap was a mere inconvenience and when putting on a great rock show was more about spontaneity and getting it out to the people rather than kowtowing to health and safety nerds and contract formalities.
This is a tribute to my favorite live album and concert movie