Artist of the Month
Once in a while, the stars align just right – the right people, the right sound, the right time – and good things become great things. Jason Gautney, formerly of Sanctum Solaris, relocated from Dallas to Oklahoma at the same time as charter members of Medicine Train (Richard Young and Becky Scheufler) were looking for a change. The powerful, driving drums of Zac Kuder combined with the punishing bass of Richard Young create a solid foundation for the heavy, riff inspired guitar layers of Jason Gautney, and the soulful, melodic vocals of Becky Scheufler. The music of Mudd Flux, which was forged from the iron of hard rock icons, delivers a thunderous low end charge mixed with rumbling, heavy riffs, deep melodic lyrics, and a groove that shakes the soul.
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Jenny Darren, the lady that proves we are never too old to Rock
An acoustic singer/songwriter from Wichita, KS that plays dark acoustic rock music. Grant is continuously striving to write, record, and play shows as much as possible. "There’s a somber intensity to Grant’s voice that comes across as intrepid pertinacity that might be considered ruthlessness. He’s examining his life and his feelings with ruthless honesty. And that makes for a powerful, emotionally stirring song." - Huffington Post Facebook: @dustygrant57 Twitter: @dustygrant57
The EP continues where the duo’s 2015 debut EP Desire Lines left off but with more of a late-night, darker direction. Jones and Sky’s feet are firmly in the early-80s UK synthpop camp with influences from early Depeche Mode, OMD, Ultravox, Soft Cell and of course Visage. Sky handles the music production, predominantly using vintage hardware, while Jones writes and performs the vocals which are a mix of sung and spoken word." Andrew B. White