The New Sound of Rock 'n Roll

Have you ever felt what it's like to be on the cusp of something huge? Something that, if nurtured, encouraged, and let run wild, will be bigger than anything you could imagine? Well, take a listen to Capital Moustache and their wall of imagined sound and you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. With the self-release of their debut album Double Ghost, Capital Moustache tears through established genres of sound and have built a fiery, powerful space all their own. The best part is all of us are welcome to live there. It's time you met the new sound of Rock 'n Roll with it's pioneers Steve Discenza (lead guitar), Tom Matarazzo (rhythm guitar), John LaPolla (bass), Jim Roden (drums), and Leann Kalpakis (vocals).

Featured Artist Profile: Cobra Starship

Cobra Starship
Genre: Alternative Pop, Rock

“That’s how you know you’ve made it when a marching band plays your song.” – Gabe (Vocals)

Taking their name from words written on the backs of Gabe Saporta’s favorite vintage jackets, the band burst onto the scene with the catchy "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)." The song, which featured Saporta performing alongside Maja Ivarsson of (The Sounds), Travis McCoy (Gym Class Heroes), and William Beckett (The Academy Is...) was the lead track off the remix-heavy soundtrack for August 2006's horror comedy, Snakes on a Plane, starring Samuel L. Jackson. Its video hit the MTV airwaves that July and featured cameos from Jackson and Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz. Meanwhile, Cobra Starship continued working on a full-length album of their own.