SBS Podcast 071

A whole set-list of tunes that could rival anything the mainstream could supply ya with easily – the independent music-scene is alive & thrivin’ on our latest episode! Check out new cuts from Woodfish, CHX Collective, and Phantom Phunk + classic tracks from EMPRA, Acres Of Lions, School Friends, and Red Martian – AND…we’ll crack […]Read More

SBS Podcast 035

Killer lineup of songs, tons of different styles of music and loads of information about some of the awesome things happening in the independent music-scene including discussing new stuff from Hip-Hop artists Timothy Dark and J Speed, Alt-Rock from Ex-Okay and the Indie sound is represented by new music from Dave Wirth.  Rounding out the […]Read More

SBS Podcast 011

Excellent tunes to bring in the energy. Feelin’ the burn of the midsummer grind…Jer @ SBS pulls out songs from the indie-catalog to bust you outta that funk – come get some! Music from Acres Of Lions, EMPRA, Marriage Material, Red Martian, Morning Fame and Trevino in addition to brand-new songs from Joseph Tonelli, Shellshock […]Read More

SBS Podcast With Ryan & Jer 022

A short all-music episode on the SBS Podcast with Ryan & Jer still equals TONS of awesomeness! Featuring music from: Birds Over Arkansas – DWARF – Red Martian – A Love Like Pi And we’ll start it all off with a song from this year’s reader-voted Best New Sound of 2015 here at sleepingbagstudios: Count […]Read More

Red Martian – Slow Motion Samurai

Red Martian – Slow Motion Samurai – Album Review When I think about Red Martian…I think of them fondly. You might remember me talking about this band on SBS Live This Week, or from here at our pages, or perhaps your own playlists…Red Martian moves to a different beat than the rest out there do; […]Read More

Red Martian – Ghost Into The Fog

Red Martian – Ghost Into The Fog – Album Review sleepingbagstudios presents the sleek Seattle sound of Seattle 2015!…would be what some sort of attention-grabbing headline would read if we were to dissect these past two-weeks. It seems that while the sound & style has long-shifted past the grunge-heyday it became so well-known for, that […]Read More