Tim and Greg continue to commit themselves to their sound and performance focusing on an even broader experience. Since 2007 they have been holed up in their custom built studio recording and perfecting the new album and with the addition of Rob Hart the Vita Ruins seem poised to make some beautiful noise.
Take a classically trained vocalist, a handful of talented musicians, and a songbook filled with entertaining lyrics and there you will have Sweet Interference. “What most characterizes [their] sound is the classical and rock fusion,” explained the band’s singer, Moira.
Gist, a three-piece rock band from Arlington, VA, has been performing for the last 10 years and has weathered the changing musical landscape. Together, this triumvirate consisting of Nayan Bhula (guitar and vocals); Fred Burton (drums and percussion); and Finley Martin (bass) are keeping DCs alt-rock traditions alive and well today.
Every now and again you come across a debut album drenched (pun intended) in promise and talent. SEAS, a local music act from DC, is deserving of such categorization. The project began in 2006 and has evolved from “a collection of quiet, simple guitar-driven instrumental pieces” into vocally and instrumentally rich music that dabbles in a variety of genres including experimental, psych-folk, and indie rock. SEAS’s debut album, Now My Home Is A Beech Tree, stands tall among the many talented musicians in our fine city.
Electronica lovers around the world are already familiar with the funky beats and original rhythm combos that make up the signature sound of Fort Knox Five. One listen to their music and you will be hooked, their singles are lively, entertaining, and all together danceable.