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Oleander came to prominence in the late 1990s and early '00s, releasing February Son (1999) and Unwind (2001) before moving over to Sanctuary for Joyride (2003). Hailing from Sacramento, the band built up a healthy following of fans and garnered radio support, thanks to their melodic, post-grunge sound. But the music extended beyond hybrids and music critic jargon and terminology. It had a pulse and a heartbeat, with blood surging through its riffy veins. But despite the success, the grind of touring and promotion took its toll, as it often inevitably does, and the band felt drained. Things weren't fun anymore around 2003 and the boys decided it was time to take a step back, something they were well within their rights to do. That's a refreshing and honest attitude to have, and it's also indicative of the organic nature of the album, all factors that should help Something Beautiful find its audience. And judging from the songs that comprise Something Beautiful, Oleander may get what they weren't looking for. The result is an album that bridges the gap between modern and alternative rock, with Eldridge going so far as to say that the band can't and won't pinpoint influences. "Since our second record and the writing of our third to this point, being our fourth release, I think we have come into our own. If there are influences there, I can't tell you what they are. We get together and write from our hearts," he said. Oleander bassist Doug Eldridge offered a simple but profound statement about his band's new album Something Beautiful, their first effort since embarking on a self-imposed hiatus (but not a break up) that began somewhere around 2005. "We did this for ourselves and to have fun, since we love it," Eldridge said. "If this [record] is huge, great. If not, we had fun and we loved doing it. What happens now is out of our hands." For more information, visit www.oleander.net
Music change a bit in the late 1980's into the 1990's. Grunge came from Seattle, Washington due to the indie record label Sub Pop. Grunge spread to other parts of the United States, but it seemed to fade out by the late 1990's. Today, we'll be talking about the influence of grunge music and how it's still an important musical movement.
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Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx Interviews, Sebastion from the Hard Rock Kansas City Band CIMINO!
CIMINO: The Hard Rock Powerhouse From Kansas City, whose music spans widely across the board in terms of genre. Most easily classified as Rock and Roll, CIMINO has been classed as Post-Grunge and Alternative Rock, with ballads that even cross over the lines of Pop. However, they most often fall into the category of Hard Rock.
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3. Maryam Sadeghian with “Lay With Me”
4. The Hours with “Steady Glazed Eyes”
5. CitySpeak with “Rad Racer”
6. Marilyn Bloodsworth with “Pillars of My Heart”
7. Goldee Heart with “So Fine”
8. Entha El with “Free Yourself”
9. John Blake Ft. Elisa Polanco with "Your Light (Let It Shine")
10. Antonique with "Goodbye"
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Ready to Unload: with Cal & Sanpete
NY Sports Talk Podcast
RTU: #176 - Recorded on 5.15.14
-Big Unload: Mets and Yankess and the Subway Series. What the hell is wrong with the Mets? How long's your program. Honestly, Cal feels the old ballpark bugaboo is back.
- Yankees... uhm, they're really old and are battling injuries. This is a surprise?
- From now on on RTU, if you want to pretend to be someone asking Sandy Alderson a question, you must do so as Danny Zucko. We also discoverd Sandy VedderSon, GM of the Mets and grunge rock icon.
- Rangers in the ECF... Sanpete makes a King Size apology, sorta.
- NBA Playoffs. We hadn't a tirade in a good long while. Sanpete changed that. He finds the inconsistency in officiating coupled with the preferential star treatment makes close games unwatchable.
- PJ had the greatest ever "ask me about..." from a stranger yesterday. We discussed what we secretly hope some stranger asks us if we're familar with.
HeadBanging Thursdays is Hosted by Soybean of MNTC RADIO. He will be playing all your favorite mainstream Hard Rock and Heavy Metal songs. Soybean takes request live on air so if you would like to make a request call 718-508-9559 and press 1 to go live.
Born in the first half of the third millennium, the Milan, Italy-based band, Neodea, performs a modern reinterpretation of rock & roll from the U.S., particularly the Seattle Grunge music of the 1990s. Discovered by Cristiano Santini (former leader of the late eighties Italian band called Disciplinatha), they worked together to produce their debut album, “Teorema del delirio” (Delirium Theory) with technical assistance from Francesco Donadello the drummer of the band Giardini Di Mirò. In 2010, thanks to the enthusiasm for the song, “Violet”, the band is invited to play for Amnesty International’s contest “Voci per la libertà” (Voices for the Freedom). In 2011, the band meets Luca Venturi, the producer of well-known mainstream artists like Sugarfree, La Differenza, Barbara Monte and Micaela Foti. Together they produce the EP, “Scorre Lento” (Slowly Flowing) recorded at Sonic Factory with Mauro Isetti and Egidio Perduca and mixed in Metropolis Studio in Milan by Alessandro Marcantoni. In 2013 the Seattle connection grew even stronger, Neodea was invited to perform on a summer tour in the Emerald City. They performed in historic music venues, toured many Seattle rock and rock landmarks and are hosted on hugely popular radio station, KISW, which for the first time broadcasts a non local band on the popular, long-running show, “Loud And Local” stating that Neodea “is a Seattle band, but born in Italy”. Neodea signed a one song contract with London Tone Music and were thrilled to record the song at the legendary London Bridge Studio, the same studio where all of their favorite music was recorded including, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden and Mother Love Bone. http://londontonemusic.com
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