The Jupiter Deluxe / Wormburner / Foster McGinty / Midnight Romeo / illicitizen

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  • The Jupiter Deluxe

    The Jupiter Deluxe

  • Wormburner

    Wormburner

    Conceived and recorded on the industrial railyard fringes of Hoboken, New Jersey, "Placed by the Gideons" features 10 new hard-charging songs connected by one smoldering thread. The opening track (“The Interstate”) is a towering narrative that introduces two young and desperate characters on the run, seeking redemption on the road while struggling to make peace with a complicated past. Thus begins a fugitive odyssey through dead-end towns (“Peekskill”) and into the great american west (“Stolen Tags,” “Breaker Breaker”), where the two meet their ultimate fate. Lighter themes like breakups, summertime, and youthful defiance also feature in these characters’ travels via catchy powerpop songs (“Two Kinds of People,” “Some Summer”) that balance out the album’s weightier material.

  • Foster McGinty

    Foster McGinty

    Foster McGinty was born in Memphis, Tennessee, 'The Birth Place Of Rock and Roll', in 1984. He spent his first five years just a stones throw away from Sun Studios, where Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins recorded golden hits, and walking distance from Elvis Presley's Graceland. Moving upstate to Woodstock in the fall of 2011 has brought on yet another side of McGinty's musical talents. A more Acoustic/Indie/Americana sound has emerged, and McGinty will be recording a third album in June 2012. With Radio Woodstock and regional publications supporting, a North Eastern tour to back the album is planned for the fall of 2012.

  • Midnight Romeo

    Midnight Romeo

    Neon, lasers, tigers, Bam! Telephone, Midnight Romeo’s first album pulls no punches delivering its own Dance-Rock. Rock for the pure energy condensed in concise pop structures. Dance for the rhythm section and their vintage video game and 80’s sounds. Trashy/kitschy, sincere and in your face, frontwoman Marie Bellerose ties it all together with her signature delivery.

  • illicitizen

    illicitizen

    Illicitizen continue to bring their finest duo-tastic indie rock to crowds from Savannah to Syracuse. The pair released their 2nd CD "Feathers and Wax" June 2012 and are itching to get rolling on the songs for the third album. Shades of Talking Heads, Jr Walker, XTC and Otis Redding are patched into a comfortable smart outfit that likes to leave its slip showing.

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Wormburner : Conceived and recorded on the industrial railyard fringes of Hoboken, New Jersey, "Placed by the Gideons" features 10 new hard-charging songs connected by one smoldering thread. The opening track (“The Interstate”) is a towering narrative that introduces two young and desperate characters on the run, seeking redemption on the road while struggling to make peace with a complicated past. Thus begins a fugitive odyssey through dead-end towns (“Peekskill”) and into the great american west (“Stolen Tags,” “Breaker Breaker”), where the two meet their ultimate fate. Lighter themes like breakups, summertime, and youthful defiance also feature in these characters’ travels via catchy powerpop songs (“Two Kinds of People,” “Some Summer”) that balance out the album’s weightier material.

Foster McGinty: Foster McGinty was born in Memphis, Tennessee, 'The Birth Place Of Rock and Roll', in 1984. He spent his first five years just a stones throw away from Sun Studios, where Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins recorded golden hits, and walking distance from Elvis Presley's Graceland. Moving upstate to Woodstock in the fall of 2011 has brought on yet another side of McGinty's musical talents. A more Acoustic/Indie/Americana sound has emerged, and McGinty will be recording a third album in June 2012. With Radio Woodstock and regional publications supporting, a North Eastern tour to back the album is planned for the fall of 2012.

Midnight Romeo: Neon, lasers, tigers, Bam! Telephone, Midnight Romeo’s first album pulls no punches delivering its own Dance-Rock. Rock for the pure energy condensed in concise pop structures. Dance for the rhythm section and their vintage video game and 80’s sounds. Trashy/kitschy, sincere and in your face, frontwoman Marie Bellerose ties it all together with her signature delivery.

illicitizen : Illicitizen continue to bring their finest duo-tastic indie rock to crowds from Savannah to Syracuse. The pair released their 2nd CD "Feathers and Wax" June 2012 and are itching to get rolling on the songs for the third album. Shades of Talking Heads, Jr Walker, XTC and Otis Redding are patched into a comfortable smart outfit that likes to leave its slip showing.