SBS Podcast 056

Grim Singmuf on the m-i-c! Come check out the latest episode of the SBS Podcast, full of killer tunes from the independent music-scene and featuring a seriously amazing interview with the one & only Grim Singmuf! Dude’s got incredible things to say to us all and is highly in-tune with the vision for what he’s […]Read More

SBS Podcast 045

Of course we’re bringing it!  New episode of the SBS Podcast that’ll take ya from electro all the way to rock in just ten easy steps – sign up now! Your ears will thank you for it.   Your official lineup for episode 045 includes: David Stephenson – “The Electronic Woodpecker” The Boxes – “Angels […]Read More

SBS Podcast 036

Come get some SBS Podcast in ya! First interview on the show in some time – check out what Uncle Brent of Uncle Brent & The Nostone Music Band have to say to us all about their latest single & video coming out SOON…you can get the details early-on in the show and hear a […]Read More

David Stephenson – David Stephenson

David Stephenson – David Stephenson – Album Review If you’ve been following along at the pages lately, you’ve probably spotted the name David Stephenson not all that long ago when we reviewed his album I Become Disaster…and if you’ve done your due diligence, you’ve also had a listen by now either at his sites or […]Read More

SBS Podcast 033

As always, a sweet batch of tuneage in the mix ready to rock your world from one style of music to the other in a collection of kickass tracks on the SBS Podcast. Featuring music from A Love Like Pi, Gold Wolf, She Likes Todd, Aztec, The Future Exes, The Affectionates and A Vintage Year […]Read More

SBS Podcast 031

UNREAL show full of amazing tunes today! Back & fresh from vacation, we’re unleashing a whole pile of fresh cuts on ya – come get’em! Featuring music from Jigsaw Man, Blackout Lights, Yellow Paper Planes, The Most Beautiful Losers, Vaultry, Melonvine, Static Choke, Smoking Martha, EMPRA, David Stephenson & a spotlight on the music of […]Read More

David Stephenson – I Become Disaster

David Stephenson – I Become Disaster – Album Review An eclectic & diverse palette in music can lead artists to supreme moments creatively.  Having a large knowledge of different styles & sounds, whether they’re always ‘your’ thing or not doesn’t end up really even mattering…by sheer exposure, influences bleed into our work.  If you’re one […]Read More