Alex Embler is a new up and coming solo artist pop artist rising from Nashville, Tennessee. Alex has recently signed to Ohio based record label Legend Recordings – and the time has come for that label debut to see the light of day, and that song is “Rich Girl”. Alex comes out the gate with some of the catchiest material our ears have heard in quite some time. From start to finish the atmosphere of the song perfectly ties together the lyrical and musical composition creating depths inside his music. Dive into the musical creation from Alex Embler.
Fragile Hearts is a brand new entry to the music world, and the entered in a spectacular way. The Los Angeles rock band Fragile Hearts stepped onto the stage with their energic debut song “Overdose”, and it’s clear these guys have their eyes set on their goals and ambitions. The energic new band shows a true potential in both their sound, and image. The debut song was released with a very artistic music video that fits the core theme of “Overdose”. Fragile Hearts is fresh modern take on the alternative rock realm of the music world. Fragile Hearts may capture your attention if you’re a fan of Motionless In White, Bring Me The Horizon, The Plot In You, or even Falling in Reverse.
St. Louis rock group Discrepancies is becoming known for their spin on rock infused rap genre. The up and coming group made their first release in 2014. The band went silent for a few years before releasing their album “The Awakening” in 2018. Discrepancies is currently signed to InVogue Records, which is the label the group released “The Awakening” on. The rock-rap group has unveiled the next chapter of their journey with their new song “Crawling Back” and we are all for the ride. The song lyrically tackles the feeling of growing distant with someone you love and the struggles that comes with such a daunting task. Discrepancies will be releasing their new album “The Rise” on October 23rd via InVogue Records. Check out Discrepancies new song “Crawling Back” for yourself!
In hindsight, most bands would kill to release an album like 2016’s Gore. For many Deftones, though, that record was a disappointment of sorts – but their ninth full-length album, Ohms, is out now. And boy, is it impressive. Impressive, in that the record sometimes feels like the missing link between White Pony and 2003’s self-titled album – or maybe that Ohms is an encapsulation of an impressive 25 year recording career (remember, Adrenaline dropped all the way back in 1995). Either way you slice it, tracks like “Pompeji” and “This Link Is Dead” teem and oscillate with some of the more impressive riffs from Stephen Carpenter, and the strong electronic foundation Deftones have become known for lately, too. Run, don’t walk to listen to this.