Thursday, February 29, 2024

DJ Interviews: 12 Degrees of Saturation

 Hey there folks, DJ Dizzy here & this is my interview with the band 12 Degrees Of Saturation

How'd you get started in music?

I've always had a great interest in music since I was a little kid. When I was a teenager, I got a guitar and had a teacher for about 3 months that taught me the basic chords and - the most important - how to learn songs by ear… I became self-taught and that’s how I started to play guitar.

I had a few rock/metal bands along the way (one of these bands - with college buddies - still active… occasionally we play in some bars and small events).

But it was only during the pandemic, in 2020, that the instrumental hard rock and heavy metal autoral project (a one man's band) "12 Degrees of Saturation” came to life. The first album was composed, recorded, mixed, mastered and released in this very same year, and until now, “12 Degrees of Saturation” has released 2 albums and 4 EPs in total.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

I grew up listening to hard rock and heavy metal bands and artists, and maybe different from the majority, I've always transit very well between hard rock/glam and extreme metal… hahahaha… and maybe that’s why my influences are very different and wide-ranged, from Ratt, Poison, Kiss, to King Diamond, Helloween, Exodus, Anthrax, Sepultura, not forgetting the guitar magicians like Joe Satriani, Paul Gilbert, Pete Thorn, Vivian Campbell and so on (always inspirations to me even though I do not have a shredder profile).

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Build a balance between technique and emotion (it may seem very obvious, but it's not an easy thing to do) and add your personal touch to your songs and playing. Even if your music is extremely niche, your personality is what will make people notice and connect with you.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

In a time where nobody has more patience for anything, the “12 Degrees of Saturation” songs are made short (most of them between 1’30” and 2’20” long), but with a solid structure for easy listening.

This happened by accident during the first compositions sessions, and I realized that worked very well, so it became a differential, a “signature” for my sound.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

Lots of news coming soon.

I already have, in rough mix step, approximately 8 songs for a new album. My intention is to release it at the end of the 1st semester (trying to work fast here to make it happen). And since the last EPs were focused on heavy metal sounds, this new album might bring a more hard rock approach. Hope you dig it!

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

DJ Intervirews: LYHE

 Here's my interview with  pianist, LYHE who shared their musical origins

How'd you get started in music?

i started playing music at the age of 25 with the mao and the use of samples. i quickly turned to a small master piano. but i knew nothing about notes and harmony. but the pleasure of creating my own sounds was great. one thing leading to another, i started playing the piano, working for hours on end and leaving nothing undone. i then took piano lessons, where i learned a lot about harmony. a few years later, i took a musical training course that enabled me to obtain a piano teacher's diploma.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

my influences are quite varied. they range from reggae, dub, pop rock, electro, ambient, downtempo, lo-fi and solo piano. i make music on inspiration. i'm very open in my compositions. i like to bring out the emotional side of music.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

the best advice i can give is to work and work some more. whether it's your instrument or it's compositions. it's in failure that we learn the most. never give up.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

I don't know if I stand out from other artists, but it's clear that the emotional side of my music is really important to me. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

I am currently finishing a Pop Rock EP in collaboration with an English friend Duncan Butler who writes the lyrics and sings on my compositions.
I'm also on Lo-Fi piano album.

Monday, February 26, 2024

DJ Reviews: Plus One by Speedy Ortiz

Hello everyone, DJ Dizzy here & I'm doing a review of the song Plus One by Speedy Ortiz so hold on tight cause we're about to rock!

The Band,

Speedy Ortiz is a band comprised of singer/songwriter Sadie Dupius who was inspired by many music artists Liz Phair & The Foo Fighters to name a few & then would soon incorporate some of their sounds into her own music as she demonstrates in her music she also manages to also take inspiration from anime in the video in which I'll be getting to right now.

The song,

The song is has sort of of an alt rock/punk vibe to it & the vocal styling are like a mixture of Liz Phair meets Foo Fighters type vibe & the band does a really good job of capturing the essence of the alt rock sound in the song & in their music, The video was a bit fast paced & sort of had of a flash animation feel to it & spoke on meeting up with friends which is what I had picked up from it but overall a very interesting piece at that so this a good song to listen to when you're getting ready to go out to catch a show which it emphasized. The song also captures the influences of the many artists that the singer is influenced by both in vocal & in instrumental & they all do a good job of making that sound their own.

In Conclusion,

Speedy Orti is a bad that I highly recommend to anyone especially first time listeners & this song is a good tune itself & you can really hear how much of effrt & inspiration go into every detail of the Plus One tune itself. If you want to learn more about Speedy Ortiz then feel free to check out their Youtube channel & their website via the links below & until then I'll catch you on The Flipside.

Stay frosty & rock n roll!

Speedy ortiz- Plus one video

Speedy Ortiz - Plus One (

Speedy Ortiz-website

Speedy Ortiz

Sunday, February 25, 2024

DJ Reviews: Follow Me by Nina Martiene & Electowave

 Hey everyone its DJ Dizzy here with another music review this time around its the song Follow Me by Nina Martiene 

The song,

This song talks so much about growth & following day to day journey as you progress through whatever those days might bring & Nina really emephasizes that point throughout the song & the music style of it has an accoustic/synth coffeeshop vibe to it but is still an overall good song to listen to no less but the overall message of the song is that we all need to make changres & progress & be ready to face whatever the week or life might bring us its an overall good song, Nina vocal style for this song gave off a coffee shop/lounge singer type feel especially for this song which is what I had gotten from it

In conclusion

The song itself has a good message to it & is one that I recommend because of of its mellow coffeehouse style groove & it'll get you motivated to keep going. If you'd like to hear it for yourself & decide then feel free to check out the Youtube link below & until then I'll catch you on The Flipside!

Stay frosty & rock n roll!

Nina Martiene -Follow Me f

FOLLOW ME - Nina Martienne (Offcial Music Video) 💖 (

Saturday, February 24, 2024

DJ Reviews: Cherry Medicine by Ace Frehely

 Hey there folks, DJ Dizzy here & I'm reviewing the song Cherry Medicine by Ace Frehely.

Ace Frehely,

Ace Frehely for some that don't know is best known for being in the legendary rock band KISS as Space Ace or Star Man & has charted with then with hit songs Detroit Rock City, & my perosnal fave Rock N Roll All Nite & they've been very active since the 70s but in this day & age most members have embarked on solo projects & Ace iis just one of those members.

The song,

I have to say that after hearing Cherry Medicine the song itself while as campy s t may soud  is a real banger instrumental wise & is heavily inflenced by the guitar & has a serious hard rock feel to it & Ace's vocal styling on this tracl is a mixture of Frank Zappa & Ozzy Osbourne in a good way & the overall message is that he's looking for something to cure his ails which is what I got out of the song  in this case he's reffering to a girl who he needs to keep company & we all need some medicine to cure whatever ails which is what I got from this song. Ace also really out did himself both vocally & instrumentally I felt like he took some inspo from Frank Zappa in this which is a good thing because the song souded fun, with its handbanging guitar & hard rocking instrumental through out it.

In conclusion,

This song is a definite bop & headbanger & its overall message is that we need something to look for & cure whatever might be ailing us & so I recommend that you check it out even if you're new to Ace Frehely & KISS altogether. Feel free to check out the song via the Youtube link below.

Until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay frosty & rock n roll!

Ace Frehely- Cherry Medicine

Ace Frehley – Cherry Medicine - (Official Music Video) (

Friday, February 23, 2024

DJ Reviews: My Hero by C'mon C'mon

Hey there everyone, DJ Dizzy here & I'm reviewing C'mon C'mons song 'My Hero' so get ready to rock.

The Band,

Formed in 2022 c;monc'mon  had their first single, The Summers We Missed & have been going strong since then & they have a sound all of their own which sounds like they're inspired by garage /surf rock with a mixture of an alt sound as well & these are heavily shown in their music.

The song,

The song 'My Hero' sounds very influenced by the garage rock sound  with a hint of a surf rock type vibe along with the vocal style & the message itself speaks on looking at life & learning but more about learning from the people arpund you & learning to take on some of their traitss but also never being afraid to look back & not doing anything for the sake of notaritity which really hits home.

So overall this song has a good sound & essage to it. 

In conclusion,

The song 'My Hero' is a surefire must listen & its got a great sound with it & I also want to wish the band lots of luck in their music& also to keep going strong, If you'd like to hear more of their music be sure to check out more of their music via the links below & until then I'll catch you on TThe Flipsode

Stay awesome & rock n roll!

My Hero-C;mon C'mon

My Heroes (

C;mon C;mon- Music

cmoncmonband | Twitter, Instagram, Facebook | Linktree

Thursday, February 22, 2024

DJ Interviews: C'mon C'mon

Hey there guys here's my interview with the band, c'mon C'mon who shared their musical beginnings with me

How'd you get started in music?

Getting into music was not something we wanted. It came very natural to us, playing music is something we must do. 

So, we would describe it more as a necessity than an ambition or a desire.

We just fell in love with power pop records and got inspired to pick up our instruments to write, play and record these songs together.

Who are your inspirations or influences?

Just everyday life and everything that surrounds us.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Someone adviced me once to not listen to anyone’s advice.

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

We will always remain true to ourselves and treasure authenticity above anything else.
We don’t copy, we don’t follow trends, we just follow our hearts and souls.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

We are working on a new EP, keep you posted ;-) 

Special thanks to them for doing this interview, & kots of luck to them in their music, special thanks to them for doing this interview If you'd like to learn more about them & their music be sure to check out their website & their music sites in which I'll leave the links below so until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay frosty & rock n roll!

C;MON c'mon website

Clmon C;mon Music

Tuesday, February 20, 2024

DJ Interviews Conscience of Kings

 Hey there one & all its your old pal DJ Dizzy & I'e had the pleasure of interviewing the band Conscience of Kings  who sat down with me to speak on their musicial upbringing

How'd you get started in music?

Started at my local youth club at 15 and progressed from there. First proper gig at 17. First TV appearance at 22 signed my first contract at 23. Went on to sign with a further two different independent labels releasing Singles, EPS & two albums. 

Who are your inspirations or influences?

Took a massive influence from the late 70s new wave Boomtown Rats, Buzzcocks, Police, 80s indie bands  Icicle Works, Teardrop Explodes , The Alarm through to the 90s Brit-pop explosion.

Listening in the 00s to Athlete, Courteeners , Artic Monkeys and still listening to all these great artists now. And enjoy today’s modern music as every era draws from every decade. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

If you’re serious throw everything at it when you are young when you have no financial commitments. 

Work hard to improve yourself and be your biggest critic. Labels want to  sign the young, inspiring and so they should they are the future.

I’m in my fifty’s now but if I’m being honest i hear a lot of squawk on twitter about how good this band are and that artist but you really need to be exceptional to make head way. 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

These days I not sure I really care about setting  myself apart. I’m now doing it for myself to be creative without any restrictions. The idea of the projects I’m involved in are more collaborative songwriting based. I’m working with people from around the globe from London, Denmark to America. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

Conscience of Kings project are releasing a new EP on all major streaming services 27th March entitled Don’t Come For Me Unless I Send  For You. It features Nat Daniels a amazing vocalist from London  that as collaborated with us on four tracks. 

As far as live performances it’s not something I do anymore. I work remotely so it’s out the question. 

Monday, February 19, 2024

DJ Interviews: Noise from Nashville

Here's my interview with the band, Noise from Nashville

How'd you get started in music? 

As the guitarist and singer, I got started playing music when I was about 13.
I started playing on this old acoustic guitar that I had for about a year at that point but never took it seriously until I heard Nirvana on the radio. After that, I started going to my local CD store and buying up the music I wanted to play.
I had one or two lessons on guitar so I could figure out how to form the chords I was hearing since I couldn't read music, there was a lack of tablature at the time and the internet was just really beginning to kick off.

Who are your inspirations or influences? 

There are so many influences but skipping the obvious, I'd go with DEVO, Drive Like Jehu, Ramones, Sisters of Mercy, Sonic Youth, Mudhoney, Fang, Killing Joke and as for inspiration, probably Michael Jackson for his always on top performances, Jonathan Davis for his emotional vulnerability and Kurt Cobain for his reckless abandon. 

What advice would you offer aspiring performers? 

Hard to say what advice I would give. Maybe just know your stuff, don't be a dick and get off stage faster than you get on. 

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?
I don't really think about it much. I think we just focus on bringing the particular vibes we have and we really emphasize a raw kind of energy that can be both fun but kind of dark. 

Any new gigs or albums in the future? 

We just released our first full length June 2nd of this year and we have plans to promote it throughout the next half of the year starting in July with Gunk Fest, an all day fest at a punk house we have played before and a follow up at Cobra in Nashville.

Sunday, February 18, 2024

DJ Reviews: Reverend Genes You & I

Hey there guys DJ Dizzy here, & I'm doing a music revew of Revernd Genes' song You & I.

The Band,

Reverend Genes is a band hailing out of Newcastle Austrailia who are heavily influenced by Austraiian/UK pub music & US new wave & they recently formed in 2019.


The Song,

The song has a sort of folk like type feel to it & they also include a mixture of electric guitars amongst other instruments in which they heavily incorporate into their music & the message speaks of making changes & also knowing yourself which is what its all about & it really hits home with the lyrics & the vocal style is on point with the lead singer's sound is very unique & heavily draws from the pub sound but they also incorporate other genres into their song & I got a folk vibe from it which is what it drew & many places travelled which really goes well with the story the song is tellfrom. The music video showcases the many different locales one of them being on the open road & the places traveled which really fits well with the song.

The overall message of the song is asking if we know ourselves & if we can grow from our experiences in life & that's something that we tend to ask ourselves either everynow & then as time goes by but this is a real song that speaks on self discovery & personal growth & I really sensed all of that when I listened to it. 

The lead singer does an excellent job in telling a story of personal experiences & how he uses them to help grow & also letting other know that they can do the same which is very encouraging & something that we all need to do from time to time.

In conclusion,

You & I has a great feel to it & really emphasisez self discovery &  perosnal growth through some good lyrics & storytelling & it'll really get you reflecting on some experiences that have happened in your life so this is something I highly recommend if you're looking to unwind or just to take the time to reflect on hat's to come.

If you'd like to learn more about Reverend Genes feel free to check out the following links such as their Youtube channel & website posted below. So until then I'll catch you on The Flipsde! Stay frosty & rock n roll!

Reverena Genes- You & I

Reverend Genes - You And I (Official Music Video) (

Reverend Genes website

Reverend Genes - Songs about sustainability and me and you

Saturday, February 17, 2024

DJ Interviews: Liv Luce

 Heres my interview with Liv Luce

< How'd you get started in music? 

Like a quintessential middle class kid brought up in Middle England, my folks sent me to piano lessons, aged 9.  I was always a bit of an introvert at school so spent most of my breaks in the music rooms playing and composing.  Then aged 12 I plucked up the courage to ask other musicians in my year if they wanted to form a band.  It was then that Suzie (guitarist in my first band Caliber) introduced me to Radiohead and Nirvana.  I learned bass and have played in bands ever since.

<  Who are your inspirations or influences?

Sound-wise I am firmly rooted in the rich heritage of alternative rock and grunge, from Soundgarden, A Perfect Circle to Fugazi, as well as turn of the century classical composers like Debussy and Ravel.  But as a solo artist I admittedly look towards PJ Harvey and Bjork.  I love the way they treat each album as a project through which to explore different aspects of their musical selves and their collaborative potential with other artists and musicians.  

< What advice would you offer aspiring performers? 

 Love what you do.  An audience can tell.

< How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

As a two-piece, we create big sounds with stripped back instrumentation.  The compositions, though melodic, reflect the syncretism of my musical influences, with unusual time signatures and modulating key progressions.  I also have a PhD in history; no doubt it has shaped the way I perceive the world and myself within it, as represented in my lyrics.

< Any new gigs or albums in the future?

My first single Magpie is out on Quickfix Recordings the 29th of March, with an EP soon to follow

Special thanks to her for this interview,  so until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay awesome & rock n roll!

Friday, February 16, 2024

DJ Reviews: The Things I Feel by GIFT SHOP

 Hey there it's DJ Dizzy here & I'm doing a review of the song The Things I feel by the band Giftshop.

The band,

Giftshop is a New York based punk rock band who formed back in 2007, The members are Matt, Meghan, Damian, & Jordan who are highly inspired by the New York punk scene which shows alot in their music & their style. Their misic genres of choice are alt-rock & pop but mostly punk which serves as theor specialtiy.

The song,

The song uses a heavily punk inflenced sound that remotely remeniscent of the punk band Rancid there's also some elemnts pf the old school hardcore sound of the Ramones somewhat but it still manages to maintain a sound/style all its own. The lead singer's vocal style is a mixture of The Distillers Brody Dale with a hint of Wendy O Williams but manages to stay true to the her own sound by way of a rap which is very fast paced & unique.

Though the lyrics were hard to understand because it was a bit fast paced there is a hint of expressing emotion of love at its core overall it manages to get its point across without being overly muahy & is a real bop that'll have you want to mosh with your friends on the dance floor.

In conclusion,

The song offers a punk/rap style sound & is a very unique love song at that but overall its a good song that'll really get you moshing with your friends & I highly recommend them to anyone who is interested in the punk scene or is a major fan in general.

To find out more about Giftshop & their music you can visit their websote & to hear the song you can click the links below, So until then I'll catch you on The Flipside, Say frosty & rock n roll!

Giftshop- Things I Feel When I See You.


Giftshop- Webite - Music

Thursday, February 15, 2024

DJ Reviews: Kicked Out Of The Sky's Reason To Believe

Hey there everyone, DJ Dizzy here & I'm reviewing the band Kicked out of The Sky's song  Reason to Believe.

The Band,

Kicked Out Of The Sky is an indie rock band who formed in 2020 by frontman /musican Matt Bachman who's very heavily involved in the instrumental scene & when it comes to making their own music they have a style all their own in combining different music genres but they mostly specialize in alt-rock & pop.

The Song,

After hearing this song I have to say that it hits on some decent points on its message because we all need a tome to believe in ourselves in these times which is what it was aiming form It reflects hheavily on not willing to sell yor soul in order to gain the whole world or in this case be willing to do things for the sake of fame & popularity or getting lost in the hye which is what fame can do to most musicians I've seen but that's another story for another time, other than that it really provides a good message.

The music style

The music fr it provides a sort of alt rock type vibe to it with some undertones of punk involved & the vocals were like a mixture of Johnny Cash meets Nine Inch Nails meets Tim Armstrong all roled intoone with a touch of poetry to them really going with the backing track of the song so this is one song that I'm sure you'll enjoy.

In conclusion.

The song it self has a good message to it abot how you shouldn't really have to sell out in order to really fit in or succeed & you need to have a reason just to belive in yourself& be strong & that's something we all need regardless of whatever the struggle might be or whatever life might throw our way you just have to have something to belive in.

You can listen to Kicked Out Of The Sky's song 'Reason To Belive by way of their Youttube channel via the link posted & to find out more about them & their music I'll be leaving a link down below. So untill then I'll catch you on Te Flipsode Stay frosty & rock n roll!

Kicked Out Of The Sky- Reason To Belive

"Reason to Believe" Official Video (

Kicked Out Of The Sky wensite

Kicked Out Of The Sky

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

DJ Interviews: Penelope's Thrill

 Here;s my interview with the band Penelope's Thrill who shared their musical origins

How'd you get started in music?
I got started in music playing in a neighborhood garage band when I was growing up in New Jersey. We really did play in garages, and also in basements, and eventually at high school dances. Growing up, the guitar was a very important part of my life. (I still have the guitar I bought when I was 14!) When I was in college in Boston, some of my bandmates from New Jersey moved up to Boston as well, and we made a go of it on the thriving Boston music scene (this was in the early 1980s!) Eventually, though, the band broke up and we all went our separate ways. Much later in life, I decided to rededicate myself to music and do what I love, so I founded Penelope's Thrill. Getting out and playing live again has been exhilarating, whether it's a small club, a small town music festival, or a big festival like Summerfest in Milwaukee.

Who are your inspirations or influences?
I suppose growing up, my main inspirations were The Kinks, The Pogues, The Ramones, Talking Heads, and other punk bands of the 70s and 80s. My friends and I used to drive over into New York city from New Jersey to CBGBs and Max's Kansas City, where we saw the Ramones, Talking Heads, Blondie and other bands very early on. More recent inspirations would be bands like the Middle Kids, Lord Huron, Johnny Flynn, and First Aid Kit.

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?
My best advice would be to practice and find other people to play with--people who also find joy in music and who are compatible with you musically. Then practice more. Also, don't get discouraged. Stick with it. Getting better takes time, and the gains are incremental. Also, early on, if you have the opportunity to play live, do it! Even if it's a small gig, an inconsequential gig, do it. Just preparing and then going on live before an audience (even a tiny audience) will make you a better musician and performer.

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

The first Penelope's Thrill album, Twilight on Tunnel Road, won the Alternative Album of the Year here in Wisconsin. Our second album will be released on April 11, 2024. The first two singles from that album have already been released, with four more singles to come before the album release. There is much more information on our website:

Tuesday, February 13, 2024

DJ Interviews: Emma Goldberg

 Here's my interview with French pop singer Emma Goldberg

How'd you get started in music?

I started music at the conservatory, studying classical music at the age of 8 years, a real discipline, 
then I continued with performing schools, my first scenes and my first TVs, 
as a teenager, then came the first tours and big concerts when I was a student before becoming a professional....

Who are your inspirations or influences?

My inspirations were at first the classical composers Beethoven, Mozart, Tchaikovski, then I discovered Céline Dion, very young, then a lot of American pop music, 
I love Michael Bublé, Martina Mc Bride, Keith Urban, Marcella Detroit... 
I love American independent music with artists like Ellinor Springstrike, Niecie Blues.... 
Many fabulous artists that I discover all year..

What advice would you offer aspiring performers?

Trust yourself, believe in yourself, Just make your dreams your Future, do not let anyone prevent you from moving forward, 
go to  the top of yourself, give everything in your songs to regret nothing 
and be honest and show your soul in your songs, Your public and fans will follow you...

How do you set yourselves apart from other bands or singers?

I am myself, I do not imitate anyone, I talk about what I live, in my songs, there are many of me, my feelings, my emotions, 
the love I have for others, sometimes people I really love in life, it is Love that guides me...

Any new gigs or albums in the future?

Yes 2 New songs, One alone with my piano "YOU WILL LOVE ME AGAIN", coming soon

And another one, a duet with Lou Demontis, we are recording the song "TO BE LOVED"
We will be very happy to introduce you our new song and duet

A great great song and team !!!

Saturday, February 10, 2024

DJ Reviews: In The Long Run

 Hello everyone my name is Dizzy & I'm your well known rock DJ bringing you anohter music review this time around on the new single by Nina Martieene titled, In The Long Run as produced by band Electowave,

Now after hearing this song I have to say that it has a very deep meaning about life & how we learn & grow from its experiences in the long run hence the name & the music style for it was a blues rock type instrumental with some folkish undertones but features an epic backup by the eletric guitar which heavily emphasized the song & helped to balance it out as well.

The music video for it was mostly just a literal day at the beacj  & exploring many places & incloded a bed of roses to say the least which also emphasized the meaning of the song'x message of that how we all take a journey & the time to do some reflecting on life experiences  be it through personal growth or the places that we;ve been, I say this because I too have had my fair share of eperiences & have been on some jourbneys of my own & so this is one song that I can honestly relte to. I'm sure that if some of you out there are willing to give the song a listen then I'm sure that you too will agree with the message of the song.

Nina has a decent & smooth vocal style that borders on the blues rock kind of sound with a hint of soul & she really gets the point across without having to overexagerrate the singing so I have to say that she did a fairly good job on her end.

Overall this song delivers both a good message about looking through lifes journey through many p;aces & in the long run looking back on our experiences regardless of what they might be. I''ll be leaving a link to the video for those who'd like to have a look & until then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay fristy & rock n roll!

In The Long Run- Nina Martieene

IN THE LONG RUN - Nina Martienne 💖 (Official Music Video) (

Thursday, February 8, 2024

DJ Reviews: Dance Time by Electowave

Hey there everyone its DJ Dizzy & I just recently checked out the new album Dance Time by Electowave & for some that don't know who Electowave =ia, they're a techno based band who specialize in electronic music & they have a unique sound.

The following songs I sampled were Dance the Planet, Sound of colors, Ready To Fight, & Dance it. Now each song has a mashup of vocals & an electronic/ambient sound to them with a hint of electronica. 

The song Dance The Planet supposedy sent a message of peace & how music should comfort the world & well we do need more songs like that with the way things are right now but other than that its got a decent beat with it along with some vocals mixed into it.

Ready to Fight mainly emphsized the music & not so much the lyrics but its still a decent song  with some touches of techno & electronica mixed in. While the title might be misleading its still a decent song.

Sounds & Colors will also havi=e you bopping to it &because of its ambient/electronic prescence & it'll have you really seeing some colors as well as get you moving & also experiencing this ambient sound in a most unique way.

So in conclusion Electowave's new album is a very well done piece of work & fir sime of you first time listeners of Electowave feel free to sample some of their music of their album & be sre to check out more of their music whenever you get the chance & for any long time listeners of this band  I encourage you to check it out.

I'll be leaving you all a link to check out their new & here's hoping that you all enjoy it. Untill then I'll catch you on The Flipside! Stay frosty & rock n roll! 

Dance Tine- Electowave

Dance The Planet (

Monday, February 5, 2024

DJ Interviews: Count Pariah

 Hey there guys its DJ Duzzy here & this is my interview with the band Count Pariah as each member shared their musical beginngs

I (Jason Breland the guitarist for Count Pariah) got started in music as early as I can remember,and both of my parents were musicians,so music was always around.  But, I didn’t really start guitar until the early 2000’s,because  I rebelled against my paternal calling for as long as I could!

As a band,our influences are about as wide and varied as any could be,but for me personally,I was heavily influenced my the music played around the house as a child. Mainly Led Zeppelin and The Beatles.

The advise I’d give to aspiring performers,is to just be you. Don’t listen to people that tell you how you should look,feel or act. Just do you!! However,for live performances,I’d recommend doing you with a little extra flare for the sake of performance. Still be you,just exaggerate it!!!

We don’t attempt to consciously set ourselves apart. As I mentioned before,we just do what feels right to us. And if we are all individuals,then of you lean into that you’ll naturally be an original.

Our debut full-length album is set to release on 3/16/24 and it took a lot of work to get that done and we’re quite proud of it! Making an album is a huge undertaking and we have respect for any type of artist/artists that are willing to take on that task!!