Jun 7, 2012

Perish the Red Army: solo project by Dre Perish from California, US (E107)

About: Perish The Red Army

Perish the Red Army: a solo project of Dre Perish from California, US played in E107 of the ArenaCast.

Dre Perish started this project as a solution to counter with his chronic insomnia. His music is very personal, abstracted, full of shamanic rhythms, hypnotic guitars, pain, joy and hope. Please visit Dre`s bandcamp page where you can download Perish the Red Army debut album "Breathe Like A Dragon" for "name your price", and please note the warning before the video for "Under a Spell".

1. How do you see yourself in 5 years? What is your main goal as an artist?
As far as the future goes I'm going to be putting a band together in the fall that will perform the songs live. I'm hoping that within the next five years I will be a successfully functioning artist and have the ability to tour further out of California.
There are so many great music towns in the states and I have always thought traveling on tour would be a cool way to see the them. That also goes for the rest of the world.

Jun 6, 2012

Bark Nebraska Bark: indie/math-pop/rock act from Crewe, UK (E107)

About: Bark Nebraska Bark

Bark Nebraska Bark: indie/math-pop act from Crewe, UK played in E107 of the ArenaCast. Photo by Tom Jennings Photography.

The debut single of this British band, at the first glance, is a pretty ordinary pop-rock song, but if you try to calculate the dimensions used in one song, you will realize that all is not as easy as it sounds :) Meet the Bark Nebraska Bark, an unsigned band playing pop-rock with mathcore elements.
And don`t forget - their debut EP is coming soon!

1. How do you see yourself in 5 years? What is your main goal as a band?
In the next five years we hope to have an album recorded and released, hopefully organizing UK and possibly a European tours. We're all so passionate about music that our main goal is to just have fun and enjoy the music we're making.

Jun 5, 2012

Religion Of Tomorrow: unsigned alternative rock/metal quartet from Cumbria, UK (E107)

About: Religion Of Tomorrow

Religion Of Tomorrow: Unsigned alternative rock/metal quartet from Cumbria, UK played in E107 of the ArenaCast

Beautifully positioned on the junction between alternative metal and alternative rock, "Religion of Tomorrow" successfully combines in their sound the features of both genres, creating a recognizable, driving, and dynamic sound.

1. How do you see yourself in 5 years? What is your main goal as a band?
Hopefully in the next 12 months we will be signed, as we are being approched by a lot of promoters and Managment at the moment. In five years i'd hope to have at least played one major festival.

Jun 1, 2012

Streaming Lights: indie pop\rock\dance trio from Hull, UK (E107)

About: Streaming Lights

Streaming Lights: indie pop\rock\dance trio from Hull, UK played in E107 of the ArenaCast

These guys play powerful and funky dance-rock, so bright and incendiary that it's difficult to resist the desire to go dancing ;)
They have a lot of upcoming gigs in the UK, so check out their official site to find out the dates and venues!

1. How do you see yourself in 5 years? What is your main goal as a band?
In 5 years time we will hopefully still be making music that we, our mum and dad, and our few fans like. Our main goal is to play on Jools Holland! Seeing some of the crap on there, hopefully we have a good chance!