Indie Pop Duo Hooked Like Helen guest on The Leo Affects hosted by Ray Rumsey. Ray Rumsey is a podcaster and voice actor from upstate New York. He uses his podcast as a means to learn more about the lives of people that are doing and have done great things. His primary goal in his podcast is to promote the guest and enlarge their fan base. Hopefully this will bring more light to them, their
Hey superstars, while watching AGT, a contestant sang a cover of a song titled “Break My Heart Again”….it was awesome so I had to google it….I guess Im late to the party as the singer Finneas has millions of plays on his songs on YouTube…for anyone behind the times like me, check this out….I fucking love it….jimmy star P.S. his whole EP is terrific…..
Rocky Kramer’s 14 Track concept album “Firestorm” is now available worldwide in all formats, Digital, CD & HQ Vinyl. Hailing from the Scandinavian Peninsula country of Norway, Rocky Kramer is truly a modern day Viking, poised to take no prisoners as he conquers the hearts, minds and souls of rockers around the world! Armed with a guitar, this graduate of Metal 101 constitutes a triple threat as a composer, vocalist and formidable musician. While attending
Hooked Like Helen’s piano ballad “Liar” is a featured song in High Strung Free Dance available on May 31, 2020 on Netflix. Hooked Like Helen began as the musical brainstorms of husband-and-wife, Jon and Nikki Stipp. Experimental home recordings quickly developed into an alt-pop vision; within a year of the project’s inception, Nikki and Jon had shaped a new sound that reflected their truth and their influences in a seamless blend of organic and electronic
The FMs have just released their new single “Silent City” on TRAX records. Oddly prophetic, the song was written a year ago by frontthem Matte Namer about a pandemic hitting NYC and forcing everyone to stay inside. During the month of April, The FMs shot a music video for Silent City, being creative while working within the limits of social distancing and getting to utilize the eerily quiet NYC streets as a backdrop. “Frankie Rex