In days past Corin was a guitarist and songwriter in the Boston power pop band The Pills, now solo has a style that similar to Paul McCartney with big hooks and sprinkles of psychedelia. www.corinashley.com/
Evil Arrows (Bryan Scary)
Brooklyn based Bryan Scary was previously with The Shredding Tears, known for extravagant pop songs built with influences from Paul McCartney’s playfulness, Sparks’ vocal gymnastics, to the rich harmonies of Queen.
Chris Richards & The Subtractions
Detroit’s Chris Richards is a singer, guitarist and songwriter who’s been a fixture on the area music scene since the late 1980s, with his band The Subtractions displays the effervescent enthusiasm of a true fan when he talks about the bands he loves — from the Kinks, the Who and Elvis Costello to Sloan, the Posies and Teenage Fanclub. Chris Richards and the Subtractions
Eric Barao is a singer-songwriter from Massachusetts and a graduate of Berklee College of Music with a degree in songwriting. After playing in the band The Cautions, Eric’s debut full-length album as a solo artist was released on April 2nd 2013, and features guest musicians from the Boston area and beyond. www.ericbarao.com
Paul Bertolino is one of those dreaded record/pop culture geeks. After a 12 year stint as drummer for Phersephone’s Bees, and sevral solo releases, Paul feels today’s youth is primed and ready for Paul Williams/Beach Boys/Beatles/Left Banke-inspired psych pop like never before. paulbertolino.bandcamp.com
If you take The Beatles message of love and spirituality, The Stones sexual bravado, pair that up with The Who’s musical forcefulness and drag it through the streets of New York, that’s pretty much the London Egg story. reverbnation.com/londonegg