Wednesday, June 26, 2013

2013 Liberty Musicfest - Selected Artist's Session: 2

August, 15th, 16th, 17th & 18th
Brought to by: DVT Entertainment, The Legendary Dobbs & ThatMAg!
Sponsored by: SSA Music, Unclaimed Bands, SongBites4u, Starr Hill Brewery, Reverbnation

It's About a 1 1/2 Months away from the 2nd Annual Liberty Musicfest at The Legendary Dobbs. On June 20th, 2013 we selected 54+ bands to perform out of 220 artist subbmissions. The talent is beyond amazing and will be 4 days of WOWs!
Leading up to the Liberty Musicfest we will be introducing to you all the artists, 4 at a time.
So check them out. This is going to be an epic event!!! Check out these artists below!

 - from Brooklyn/Long Island
*** Catch them early They Will be a Dobbs on Sat July 27th**
In an era of “digital” music, Morning Fuzz seeks to stay true to meaning of Rock and Roll by using Fussa’s powerful songwriting, expansive vocal ranges and captivating guitar riffs that are authentic and pure.
"Morning Fuzz is fun, bouncy guitar pop, happily shading in the intersections of the Venn diagram where mainstream pop and alternative music meet." -


Out of the Beardspace  - from Cherry Hill NJ
“This is quirky, offbeat stuff, filled with twisting time signatures, intriguing jazzy bits, noodling solo passages, gorgeous and quite poppy vocal harmonies, and some occasional metallic bursts, all from a bunch of young guys who met at the Cherry Hill, New Jersey chapter of the School of Rock. Whether it's the straight Canterbury styled prog of the "Train Ride Samba" suite (National Health meets Gryphon anyone?), the grungy prog of "Grungadelic" , or the ripping prog-fusion of "Jasmine", complete with some scorching Zappa/Petrucci styled guitar solos, there's intriguing music at just about ever corner. "Back to Now" channels vintage Genesis as well as early Spock's Beard, while the booming bass, sizzling guitar, jazzy sax, and soaring vocal harmonies of "Twenty-Seven" are a can't miss for any prog fan. Peter Pardo - Sea of Tranquility


Burden My Surrender  - from Wellsboro, PA
The group's sound is an energetic blend of pop and rock twisted with the aggressiveness of metal and the attitude of punk. It spotlights unyielding female vocals, tight melodic guitars, booming bass and hard-hitting percussion. In July 2012 the group was once again selected as Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands winner, performing at Warped Tour in Scranton, PA. The recognition after winning both years has giving the band the opportunity to play with National acts such as; A Skylit Drive, There for Tomorrow, Terrible Things, Transit, Motionless in White, Born of Osiris, iwrestledabearonce, Egypt Central, Art of Dying, Candlelight Red, Fozzy, Enter Shikari, letlive, and Falling in Reverse.


John the Conqueror  - from Philadelphia, PA.
“It’s all smokestacks, greasy ball bearings, mudslides, and corn liquor swilled from mason jars; raggedly scorching guitar riffs, a thunderous rhythm section, and howled vocals. ‘Say What You Want’ rockets me off my rear every time​"
- Brian Green - Happening Magazine (UK)
“I was asked a short while ago for my top ten albums of the year. This one is in there somewhere. And let me tell you, it has been a good year for music!​
- Dave Goodwin - Penny Black Music (UK)
“This band is two-thirds Mississippi and one-third Philly, and on this album (reviewed a couple of months ago by John the Founder) you'll hear a perfect mix of delta blues soul and grit. I got a chance to see them in Raleigh in November, and it was easily one of the best shows I saw in oh-12. As if Pierre Moore's distorted blues guitar and soulful voice weren't enough to convince you, the influences shown by their choice of live covers mark them as fully authentic. Don't miss them if they hit your town."
- When You Motor Away Blog​

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