3MIND BLIGHT DIVERGES INTO A NEW DIRECTION WITH ITS HARD-HITTING SINGLE, “BREAKING DOWN”: A REVIEW 

Adieu Abhi, Enter Dave 

           After 20 days of probing the internet and auditions, Hell's Oasis has found a new bassist! Dave is a chill dude with a lot of groove and impressive gear. We were excited to meet him and within an hour we were welcoming him into the band. He can play many of our songs already so we're hopeful we'll be up and running to play a show by the end of September. Sign up to our email list and we'll keep you posted on upcoming shows and events.

August 7th: Smokey's Tavern at Millvale Music Festival 

The sound was great and the people were bumping! Egomyth followed us and they were nice enough to let us use some of their gear. Looking forward to playing Millvale next year!

This was our last show with Abhi as bassist before he moves to California. Fare-thee-well Abhi. You will be missed. The hunt for a new bassist begins.

 

July 31st at Flagstaff, Schenley Park. Opening acts: Mara and Coco Robertson 

Mara opened by climbing out of a tree in a monkey mask and playing a radical solo keyboard tune! 

Coco Robertson followed with a sort of grungy/ blues- Black Keys meets Nirvana vibe.

We had a lot of fun playing the main set and it was great to see people hanging out in public again. Unfortunately the audio for the recording didn't come out right but we'll be playing Schenley again soon. Stay posted by signing up to our email list!

 

 

June 5th Flagstaff Stage Show! 

We had a blast at our first show of summer 2021.

Local Venders came and Mara opened the show.

Check out the videos we have of our live performance on YouTube (search "Hell's Oasis").

Next show is July 31st. at Flagstaff and 2021 Millvale Music Festival for August 7th!!! 

 

Sign Up, Then Show Up to Score Some Cool Swag! 

Subscribe to the Hell's Oasis email list for a chance to win a custom-made Hell's Oasis tee-shirt and a free download of our single, "Shoes", nominated for "Best Song of 2020" out of over 6,000 submissions by Radio Wigwam!

The winner will be announced during our July 31st show at Flagstaff Hill across from Phipps Conservatory.  Must be present to win!

Hell's Oasis starts at 4:00 PM, but come early to catch our friends Coco Robertson and Mara!

3:00 PM Coco Robertson

3:45 PM MARA

4:00 PM Hell's Oasis

Gingerp from Hell's Oasis: Spotify Playlist Curator 

Hey y'all! 

Lemme know if you want your song(s) added to any Hell's Oasis playlist.  I'll add GOOD music of any genre.  I am especially interested in promoting female-fronted acts (but not exclusively).  Be sure to share your social media links, so I can tag you when your song is added.  Also, it helps if artists like and share the playlists, too--we're all in this together!  

You can DM me, reach out on any platform, or submit via DropTrack here: https://gingerp.droptrack.com/submit/

Let's keep uplifting…

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"Whiskey Attitude" by Seth Jones: Album Review 

Seth Jones’s latest album, “Whiskey Attitude”, brings country nostalgia to the table while simultaneously carrying notes of joy and loss. Jones indulges his audience with an abundance of slide guitar, fiddle solos, and references to heartache, drinking, guns, dogs, and Texas. “Whiskey Attitude” is an ultra-album of sixteen well-written, -performed, and -produced songs. The first four songs of the album are simply terrific. It kicks off with the racing intro to “Lonely, Lonely Self” with a masterful fiddle…

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"Don't Leave" by Flashpoint Run: A Review 

Flashpoint Run’s “Don’t Leave” marries 20th-century rock and 21st-century EDM-pop in a parlance suitable for live performances and dance floors. The song owes markedly to pop with its assumption of electronics, but it also incorporates a spirited guitar solo and driving drums injecting a gritty rock edge. With lush chordal progressions, particularly in the chorus, “Don’t Leave” contains catchy and ambitious songwriting that is both poetic and piercing.   

Flashpoint Run formed in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in…

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American Goner's "It All Ends in Tears Anyway": A Review 

American Goner’s most recent release, “It All Ends in Tears Anyway”,  is packed front-to-back with a cowpunk influence and beer-soaked nostalgia.  The music pines lyrically and stylistically for the past—long-ago loves, memories, and dreams.  

“Sunshine and Gasoline” kicks off the album with drums and guitar strains harkening to the 80s and includes a swingy pre-chorus that moves into a rocking chorus.  “Bright Eyed Denials” contains lyrics that grab your attention and won’t let go, unsure of their true…

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