Welcome to Seven in Seven. Here we usually see shows taking place in the area every week and next week. And due to the current pandemic, they are not yet fully closed, as the doors to theaters are slowly opening again. That doesn’t mean the music is going to stop, and there are new releases every week from artists you know and love and artists waiting to be discovered. Each week, we’ll take a look at some of the area’s most popular shelves and streaming services, as well as some of the must-watch shows.
Whether your musical taste is rock’n’roll, jazz, heavy metal, R&B, singer-songwriter or indie, there is always something to check out. The contents of the dossier for the week of October 22 are as follows.
This week’s show
Sebastian Bach – Theater of Performing Arts – October 23
Skid Row has been playing hits ever since with talented alternative singers releasing new music, but former singer Sebastian Bach remains the main attraction. On that tour, he played the band’s monster second LP, “Slave to the Grind”, separated them from the hair metal pack, “Monkey Business”, “Quicks and Jesus” and the title track. When released 30 years ago, it was also the first heavy metal album to debut at number one on the charts. Bach still has the merchandise for the pipes, the strength and courage to carry the Row Flag and the old-fashioned fans.
Black Marble – “Fast Idol”
In Fast Idol, Los Angeles-based Black Marble travels back in time to connect with the forgotten bedroom kids of the analog era. Half a century of icy hooks and rippling synths are still out of tune. Harmony is present throughout the expanse of space, the lyrics capture conversations that seem to come from another room, repeat accusations heard or distill into an unconscious sentence of interpersonal relationships. Speak like a wrestling sleep. At the same time, the percussive element is positive and cuts the mix with toms counting lost tribal type bars diffused through the base and top of the underground club’s sound system.
Dave Hauze – “Harmony of Blood”
Growing up in Philadelphia, singer-songwriter Dave Hause released his fifth and most ambitious solo album, “Blood Harmony”. The LP features a prominent group of musicians made up of members such as E Street Band, High Woman, Brandi Carlile, Sheryl Crow, Carrie Underwood, Vince Gill, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton and Eric Church. And. Beneath the surface of “Blood Harmony” are several layers of meaning related to the house’s role as musician, brother, husband and son, and the twins from the months before “Kick” was released in 2019. I am became a father. Father.
Atlas – “Ukko”
“Ukko” is the second studio album by Finnish metal band Atlas, presenting a new palette of sounds across 11 new tracks and taking a new direction. On the album, the group draws inspiration from Finnish folk music and poetry, combining their influence with a dark soundscape and dynamic writing, the costumes of which are already known. Lyrically and thematically, “Ukko” explores death, healing, rebirth and faith. All of these are expressed in a seamless mix of English and Finnish.
Ian Jones – “Evergreen”
Singer-songwriter Ian Jones’ new six-track EP “Evergreens” is a seamless collection that premieres the upcoming untitled full album. The title song and the main single see it evolve exponentially. Jones wrote a song in a Southern California garage after moving from Seattle to pursue his musical dreams. It’s about the risks many take on leaving their homes: their comfort and their passion for the lush green meadows.
Trace Mountains – “House of Confusion”
Trace Mountains songwriter Dave Benton, who was as unemployed as many other musicians during the coronavirus pandemic year after the release of “Lost in the Country,” has a new time. I got in and got into the early morning routine. Time to practice musical instruments and write dedicated songs. The results of “House of Confusion” are a natural progression of Trace Mountains’ previous work, and you can see a rear view of how things are changing and feeling.
Amaunette – “While I’m alive”
Amunet, an indie rock band, hails from Lund, the southernmost part of Sweden. The new mini album of the band “While I’m Living” is intense and nostalgic. The voice of singer Nariman “Nari” Mirzaie is a rough, soft and soaring equivalent. The sound is a mix of classic rock vocals with tight, direct drums, melodic guitar riffs and a rousing bass. Inspired by 2000s alternative rock bands such as The Strokes and Kings of Leon, and 90s Britpop bands such as Oasis, EP features six tracks that mix nostalgia and novelty.
Sebastian Bach: “Lost Time” Black Marble: “Ceiling” Dave Hause: “Sandy Sheets” Atlas: “Beri” Ian Jones: “Evergreen” Trace Mountains: “Eyes on the Road /” Heart of Gold “Amunet:” Ward “
Skid Row’s Sebastian Bach is coming to TLA, and this week’s new album will be released [Seven in Seven] – The online reporter
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