Music from the US – DulceSky

DulceSky is an US-american alternative rock and indie band from Salt Lake City, Utah. Listen to their dreamy song “Life as we knew”:

Music from the US – Dinner and a Suit

Dinner And A Suit is an American rock band based in Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 2008. The band is composed of cousins Jonathan Capeci (vocals/guitar), Joey Beretta (guitar/vocals) and Anthony Genca (bass). The band’s second full-length album Since Our Departure was released in 2012.  The band is currently on a North American tour with my favourite South African band The Parlotones – what a show that will be!   This is Dinner and Suit’s latest music video “Too Late.”

Music from Australia – John Butler

John Butler, born in 1975, is an australian alternative rock musician born in the US. Listen to “Revolution”, played by the John Butler Trio:

Listen to Ocean too!

Music from the US – Go Radio

Go Radio is an alternative rock band from Florida.  They formed in 2007 and are finally gaining traction in the alternative scene.  They have released two studio albums, the most recent being Close the Distance in 2012.  This is their great song “I won’t lie” (anyone else hear the similarity to Matchbox Twenty’s “How far we’ve come”.)

Music from the US – Flobots

Some weeks ago, Dayyan introduced me into Flobots, and US-american alternative rock and hip-hop group formed in 2000. Here’s their nice song “Handle Bars”:

Music from the US – OneRepublic

OneRepublic is an American rock band from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Formed in 2002 by Ryan Tedder and Zach Filkins, the band achieved massive success on MySpace, becoming the most prominent unsigned act on the website then.

Their “Good Life” song

Music from Scotland – The Jesus and Mary Chain

The Jesus and Mary Chain are a Scottish alternative rock band formed in East Kilbride, Glasgow in 1983. The band revolves around the songwriting partnership of brothers Jim and William Reid. They released a string of albums, singles and EPs between their 1983 formation and their 1999 breakup, and gained notoriety in their early days for short sets and violence that became common at their live shows. In 2007, the band reunited.

Here is their song “Just like Honey”