October already. My goodness can't believe it. What a "Spook-Tacular" month it is to be. More than just a couple, a few, exciting announcements for the AMS Radio "state of the union" monthly post here. First, the playlists are all opened up and back on Daily Playlists taking submissions for the month, looking forward to … Continue reading Fall Playlists are upon us! ’22
Re-uniting once again with co-writer Ryan Curtis and Producer Cesar Da Emperor (Post Malone, Tyga, Yaweh); Red Skies Mourning returns with an amazing new single, "Something About Her"
I’ve been in wait with great curiosity to finally watch this. Good stuff. Looking forward to hearing that lost album soon!
As you likely know, I’m in a band called the Star Crumbles, which consists of me and my friend Brian Lambert. As you also likely know, we have an album coming out on October 7. It was supposed to come out today, but for various reasons, some of which may or may not be alluded to in the following documentary, it had to be delayed just a little bit. The album, by the way, is called The Ghost of Dancing Slow. You can hear snippets of it in the background of said documentary.
Personally, I want to thank everyone who helped out with this project. It all started when Brian came up to Philadelphia to see the Liberty Bell. It was a hot day, and the line to see the ol’ Bell was long, so I just showed it to him through a window in the building…
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Nathan Lo Monaco is a solo artist that hit the scene with his heartfelt and melodically tasteful debut single "Take Me," back in February of 2020. Going simply by Lo Monaco as an artist name, his sound is lock and step with most of today's modern artists coalescing organic acoustic instrumentation with electronic elements. Similar … Continue reading Lo Monaco Pens an Apology
If you were to take note of the tag line on the AMS link tree page, you would find a famous quote from the author Hans Christian Andersen: "Where words fail, music speaks." In the case of Ukraine's Vidjirgeria, that appears to also be an applied philosophy as they have released instrumental versions to accompany … Continue reading Hostage of Emotions – Vidjigeria
Dystopia as a concept, is one that has been at the forefront of our imaginations as far back as 1927's silent film "Metropolis." Or at least, that's what I know to be the first adaptation of it, I am not a film expert by any stretch of the imagination. For an artist that goes by … Continue reading The Fair Attempts Dance into Apocalypse
I know it's not quite September JUST yet... technically. I couldn't help myself though, I'm just super excited right now with the new features on the playlists and additions to the radio stations, I wanted to get it out there and write about it. Call me antsy. All of the playlists are opened up for … Continue reading Playlists are open for submissions!
**In my best John Lennon impersonation: "I read the press release today, oh boy..."** Okay, enough of that, you are lucky blogs are not audible. I came across a press release today for Love Ghost's new compilation album entitled, "A Place Far From Here" and naturally was psyched about it. I've been a bit of … Continue reading Love Ghost’s Compilation LP & Worldwide Collab
It is with great pleasure to announce that the second installment of Audio Mirage's "Q&A" blog series is with an artist I'm super stoked to have found out about recently: Starchild Yeezo. The band's seventh release of their catalog and fifth single, "Lola," is an amazingly melodic, surefire Alt Pop hit that was just released … Continue reading Starchild Yeezo’s “Lola” Q&A
Allmersbach is a small village in Germany with a comprehensive history. According to Wikipedia, it was first referenced by name in the year 1291. Many reforms, administrative restructures, and state dissolutions took place throughout the years in the town, including being part of the "American Zone" in allied Germany around 1945 before a municipality was … Continue reading Sussuro: “Old Story” = NEW Music