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This was LONG overdue, but well worth the wait! case managerz, cm3 and cm84, just came in here and rocked the house off the FOUNDATION. Oh these guys delivered. We're not talking about just scratching turntables, not that there's anything wrong with that by any means. They brought some classic analog synths no one has seen since the 1980s in here, along with their laptop, and just ripped it. I mean they could have given The Gorillaz lessons they were getting off so hard.
Forgive our tardiness and fast forward this twenty minutes. Gravity Club are a band that have a sound you'll wrap yourself up in like an old comforter, they're just that homespun, yet cutting edge. That's what we bring you on the Motor Live Drive @ 5.
Five Pound Snap Came in and Were ANYTHING But Conventional on the Motor Live Drive Podcast for March 5, 2015
Start this one at the 8 minute mark. We got off to a late start. But you'll find Five Pound Snap well worth the wait. We did. Their sound defies pigeon-holing. They rock, alternatively, straight-ahead, from the blues, from the islands, THEY ROCK!! Featuring music from their EP Five Pound Snap, we highly recommend you check out their Facebook, or http://fivepoundsnap.bandcamp.com. But best of all, keep tuning in to Motor Live Drive @ 5, to keep getting jams like these, and we'll keep bringing 'em to ya!
The Static Dial Make Tuning In All the More Worthwhile on this Motor Live Drive Podcast for February 26, 2015
Bill Gerazounis and Alex Karasinski brought PHENOMENAL talent into WHFR February 26. As The Static Dial these two do things with guitars that can be fairly compared to Steve Vai or Billy Sheehan. But the beauty is- they put the songs first. Be it alternative, hard-rock, or something soulful, they will put just that into it. And you'll hear it in this acoustic set. Download The Static Dial as they shared both their early releases and their latest, Audio Nomad. Learn why you should see them live. And why you should keep tuning into The Motor Live Drive @ 5 on WHFR at 89.3FM.
Valley Hush Give You Reason to Shout at Mountains, on the Motor Live Drive Podcast for February 19, 2015
Valley Hush are the very embodiment of ethereal, atmospheric, and experimental. But best of all, they just sound great! The core of the band, vocalist/songwriter Lianna Vanicelli, and multi-instumentalist/producer Alex Kaye, warm this mid-February offering with thoughtful prose and haunting rhythms that just might make you wistful, just might make you dance. Should make you glad you tuned in to Motor Live Drive @ 5.
Or is it a Static Dial Teaser? We had a sudden opening and asked good friend Alex Karasinski to prep us for next month's performance by The Static Dial. You know Alex, ingenue bassist and all around cool dude. He sat in alright, WITH his axe. Since it was just the two of us, no engineers, we waded through the technical glitches and brought you this chat session, preview, and glimpse into the mind and talent of a young monster in the making. Catch him now before Downbeat & Bass Player take him away. At the best place for local legends in the making, the Motor Live Drive @ 5.
Swell Times, Dude are a pop-punk/post hardcore 5 piece that GRIND! Coming out of Southgate, MI, they blend their influences (Dance Gavin Dance, A Day to Remember, Beartooth, Fall Out Boy, Issues, Of Mice & Men, Blink 182, Atreyu, RIse Against, Alexis on Fire) into their own spin and really know how to put on a show as well. Musicians AND showmen. You'll learn why they're worth going to see live after you download this podcast and fell their motivation. Band your head and dance, with the Motor Live Drive @ 5.