Danish super group Girls in Airports returns this Autumn with the release of their 5th album ‘Live’ recorded in Germany, April 2017. Described as ‘a unique blend of Nordic jazz lyricism, indie-rock influences and sounds from around the world’, their charismatic live performances have quickly made them one of the most talked about new bands on the international scene. Featuring four new tracks as well as eight finely honed performances from their previous three albums, ‘Live’ combines jazz, indie and urban folk into a unique expression of heart stirring melody-laden elegiac hooks and dance-friendly globally-influenced rhythms.
Progression: It’s something that’s faced at every turn in life. For some reason, fans of music fear the progression of a band, especially when it comes to experimenting with a new sound. For Scranton PA’s Motionless In White, progression is the name of their game. Truthfully, this should be the case with any band but you can’t knock a band for sticking to what works for them. Starting with the release of 2014’s ‘Reincarnate’, vocalist Chris “Motionless” Cerulli began experimenting with more clean singing. This, in turn, cause a polarization in their fan base, as is the case with just about any change in a band’s sound. For 2017’s ‘Graveyard Shift’ and their first for their new label, Roadrunner Records, the band decided to ease up a bit on the experimentation, rather diving deeper into more influences that had not been previously explored in their music.