What better way to celebrate Independence Day than a “Snowball Fight on the 4th of July”
Happy burfday, ‘Murica!

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“Feralcat’s music is equal parts prog rock, jazz fusion and art rock, utilizing sweeping lyrical melodies over heavy guitar-driven rhythms to create a sound that you can both hear and feel deeply. These songs are meant to break barriers and melt faces, with improvised saxophone music that you can bump and mosh to!”

Feralcat is the moniker for Pittsburgh based artist, saxophonist, and composer Roger Rafael Romero, who is busy prepping the release of his debut self-titled release for June 1st.
Today I am bringing you the second video from Feralcat for the song “Jaguar”. Directed by Benton Palermo, it features Roger performing the song in one take as he runs through Pittsburgh and eventually ending up under the DLL Convention Center.
To celebrate the upcoming six song EP, he will be throwing a double release party with the cosmic aliens of Starship Mantis that same day at Mr. Smalls.

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“Three artists from three extremely different ends of the music spectrum, inspired by technology and the constant pursuit of innovation, have combined to form little good bad ( + – ). A soulful pop singer, a punk rock drummer and an electronic producer make up this hybrid pop group of musical misfits.”

little good bad (+ -) is a new musical collaboration from Pittsburgh who have just released the video from their debut single today entitled “No Regrets” which you can download for free at their website. The band will be releasing a new single as a free download every month. Expect some very cool things to come.

Some Kind of Animal is a Pittsburgh based neo-folk band who released their latest eponymous album this Spring via the Get Hip Records Folk Series.

After killing it at the Deutschtown Music Festival a few weeks a go, this week they are all over WYEP as the featured band on The Local 913. as well as cover band to this month’s print edition of Sound Scene Express.
Today I bring you the music video to my bud’s Ben favorite track on the album, “Midnight.” Created by Nick Francis and starring actress/dancer Hannah Vassallo, the images match the mood and atmosphere to the song perfectly.

The band has been a blog fave for awhile and I am really looking forward to what they do next.