New and notable music from BlowUpRadio.com in NJ: 09/19/22

By | September 19, 2022

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS

By Lazlo



initially printed: 09/19/2022

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Lazlo, founding father of BlowUpRadio.com (a web based station primarily based on New Jersey artists), highlights among the many new releases by NJ-based musicians every week with this column. This week, Lazlo takes a have a look at releases from Jack Skuller, Nicely Wisher, All Methods Go, Katye Kellye & The Interruption, Karma Gambit, and Chris Nitti.

Jack Skuller – “Give Your self a Probability” [single]. Laborious to imagine it has been 12 years since Jack Skuller launched his first single on the age of 14. Even more durable to imagine that in these 12 years, Jack by no means launched a full album. The lead single from his upcoming debut album is named “Give Your self A Probability,” and you must give it a shot when you like mid-tempo pop rock songs with a hook-laden refrain.

Nicely Wisher – “That Weight”. 12 songs in 33 minutes, sure Nicely Wisher’s new album is pleasant indie-punk rock, which could have you smiling and singing, whereas the lyrics have a deeper and extra emotional influence.

All Methods Go – “What A few Shipwreck in Canada?” [single]. All Methods Go is so good at creating anthemic pop punk tunes, and this tune made me really feel nostalgic for causes I could not clarify at first, till I noticed the lyrics appear to be about their historical past in as a bunch. It is completely lovely, and I hope the band will proceed to do issues their manner.

Katye Kellye & The Interruption – “Look What You Made Me Do” [single]. What occurs when Katye Kellye rediscovers ’80s lyrics and challenges her long-ago ex-husband to jot down music for it? You get this gem of a tune that has the synth-rock sound of the 80s, with a contemporary twist. Sounds very completely different to a typical Katye Kellye & The Interruption tune, however it’s a pleasing shock.

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Karma Gambit – “When does rock ‘n’ roll begin getting unhappy?”. “When does rock ‘n’ roll begin getting unhappy?”, not with this album, that is for positive. Karma Gambit has crafted an ideal power-pop album to get you thru this fall.

Chris Nitti – “How for much longer?”. It is good Indie-Folks-Rock, and perhaps I am inferring issues that do not exist, however I feel this album perhaps tells a narrative with an actual emotional journey in these 8 songs.

It is all for this week.

Keep in mind BlowUpRadio.com, performs these and lots of different New Jersey-based artists on our web radio station, so verify us out. #SupportGoodMusic – If you happen to like several of the artists above, please buy their music from their website. And if you would like to be a part of BlowUpRadio.com’s New & Notable, please submit uploads or contact Lazlo at Lazlo-at-BlowUpRadio-dot-com