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For my last hour of Ameros Radio before the switch over to half-hour format, I'll be playing some of my favorite musical selections from our first year of Ameros Radio. It's just gonna be higher-density, cream of the crop, on point music and political analysis. Tonight's music:
Yellow to Green - The Blind Spots
Helicopters - Sea of Trees
Listen - Jordan Page
Crazy - Mirk and the New Familiars
Dying To - Jay Tay Live
Tranceformers - The Van Burens
Welcome to Battlethorne Castle - The George Elliot Underground
Big Brother - Capital Zen
Prison Break - Taina Asili y la Banda Rebelde
Petronarcotic - Broadcast Live
The Life and Times of Doc Holliday- The Sense Offenders
Green Grass End - Super 400
Look forward to an upcoming Nixon's Spirit interview in the near future...
in Indie Music
On Saturday July 16th
at SwordPaw HQ (Oakwood CC on the corner of 10th & Hoosick)
come check out SwordPaw's Indie-Rock Craft Show!
Sea Of Trees
Small Town Cinema
Other artists include:
Courtney V Photography
Ben T. Mancino Photography
Design It Together
our very own, Eugene Falco
Refreshments & goodies will be available, as well as TWO parking lots.
$5 suggest donation
Here's the good news. Silversyde is kicking off an East Coast Tour. Here's the better news, they are releasing a new single, "Circus Circus." Here's the best news, they are releasing it EARLY with an exclusive interview with Ameros Radio.
" Zullo's voice, at once gritty and sweet, lingers somewhere in the Melissa Etheridge and Michelle Shocked relam, and her writing is truthful and simple. "
— - Performing Songwriter To mix philosophy with quirky funky acoustic guitar would be Kelly Zullo. Playing her instrument as percussion and guitar at once, Kelly's tribal strumming and singing at once create a unique and passionate slant on the singer song-writer that doesn't reiterate the norm. Invoking to-the-point anecdotes on life paired with an aggressive, passionate guitar/ dance-beat, the usually delicate singer song-writer set is renewed into a fresh paradigm, painting the human foibles, defeats, and hope with just a voice and guitar.
@ Valentine's in Albany - 17 New Scotland Ave. Show starts at 9 p.m. Ameros set at 11 p.m. One of the best local lineups you will see this year. $7
TOMORROW W/ THE AMEROS @ SAVANNAH'S
Much like their New York namesake, this Albany-based band hasn’t taken much of a rest. Originally from the Hudson Valley area, these five guys—ironically, with all four-letter names— have already shared the stage with the likes of Paramore, Saosin, Owen, Acceptance and Halifax. Guerilla Magazine called The City Never Sleeps a “refreshingly hard-to-categorize rock outfit…unsigned, relatively new on the music scene, but undeniably catchy.”
Albany is no stranger to The City Never Sleeps. The guys have secured regular rotation at many local stations (WEXT, WEQX, WVCR, WRPI, WCDB, and Capital Underground Radio) and are currently booking a radio tour with some of these affiliates. Around the city, they have played 50+ shows and acoustic performances (also included one in Brooklyn) and have made strong connections with the local promoters.
The Hearing Aides - "Friday Night"
(Preview for next Tuesday's show)
Keep Movin' Dance Remix (Kiki Vassilakis / Ameros)
The 7th Squeeze - "Hitsong"
In an era where music is being endlessly compressed into niche after niche and bands are slaves to their scenes, Wounded Buffalo Theory's compelling musicianship far transcends this narrow trend and gives them a sound that is completely their own. Fearlessly stretching the boundaries of progressive rock by incorporating elements of post rock, heavy metal, jam, dance/electronica and ambient music, this band is beholden to no scene or genre convention. Rather, what drives Wounded Buffalo Theory (Jay Cowit - drums/vocals; Lucas Shine - guitars; Rob Malko - bass/vocals; John Blanton - vocals/keyboards/guitars) is their need to give their fans a unique experience with every live performance, filling each set with solid compositions and imaginative group improvisation played with taste and dramatic flair.
Hailing from Brooklyn , NY, Wounded Buffalo Theory have been expanding their base of awareness prodigiously over the past several months since the arrival of guitarist Lucas Shine and the return of founding member John Blanton. Recently the band has been performing dozens of shows to hundreds of people across the Northeast; has hosted the highly-regarded D.I.Y. music festival Cabinfest; released a five-song EP, "El Brome"; and recorded a full-length album, "It's Alright Is Not All Right", at Brooklyn's Hard Luck Studios.
The band believes that this new record, the most thorough representation of their renowned live sound to date, will be the tool they need to make ever-deeper inroads into the Darwinian New York rock scene. Even the most rigid listener will find their ear pleasantly bent by the progressive rock jams Wounded Buffalo Theory has to offer, and the band intends to use that talent to lay claim to the ears and minds of every forward-thinking music fan out there.
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