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Posted on December 3rd, by Music Inform in Artists You Should Know About. No Comments

Reaching 62 F is an instrumental Post-Rock Band from Philippsburg, Germany. It consists of Ben J. Ashbrooks (guitars), Rupert Benda (keyboards & synthesizers), Keven-Yannic Iwansky (bass) and Chris Weick (drums). The Band started out as a music project between Ben and Chris, who have been playing music together since 2003. The earliest ideas and demos date back to 2011. In late 2012 Rupert Benda, a fellow student Chris, joined the group. Keven-Yannic Iwansky finally completed the line-up in October 2013.

The four musicians have decided to tear down the walls between different music genres! The name of the band is a homage to the newly discovered planet ‘Kepler 62f’. This extrasolar planet is a potential candidate for an environment capable of evolving organic life.

Reaching 62 F stands for open-mindedness and the curiosity for discovering new musical ideas. By using unconventional song … Read More »


Posted on September 30th, by Music Inform in Artists You Should Know About. No Comments

Mount Vesuvius Death March is an instrumental duo that consists of Taylor Adams on guitar and Elliot Russo on drums. From Gadsden, Alabama, their latest album “Entrance to the Mountain” was recorded in the sweltering heat in Nashville, TN at Screen Door Records. Gaining strong popularity in the instrumental music arena, Mount Vesuvius Death March certainly is a band to pay attention to. They will be releasing another version of “Entrance to the Mountain” with Nick Shaw (from the band “Invalids”) on bass very soon, as well as adding some extra instrumentation to the album. They also have a split EP coming out soon with the band BOOMCATS! from New York.

Buy Mount Vesuvius Death March’s new album ‘The Entrance to the Mountain’ here!

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Posted on September 25th, by Music Inform in Artists You Should Know About. No Comments

This Patch of Sky is an instrumental/post-rock band from Oregon, USA.  Their 2nd full length LP, S/T, is a new stepping stone for the band as they begin to shift their focus on creating more of a soundtrack vs. individual tracks. As a result, S/T gives you a more powerful, atmospheric, and cinematic album that gives the listener a chance to either stay engaged or simply drift away. With the addition of cellist Alex Abrams, the band continues to grow in their writing style which becomes clearly evident in this release.

Buy This Patch of Sky’s latest album ‘S/T’ on iTunes!

Check out This Patch of Sky’s sites below and also be sure to follow them on their social media pages for more updates from this great band on the rise!

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Posted on August 20th, by Music Inform in Artists You Should Know About. No Comments

Based out of Denmark, Vestbo Trio is quickly gaining new ground and turning new audiences on to their music. Using electric guitar, double bass and drums, Vestbo Trio play their hearts out to open yours – something the group’s vibrant, melodic music will surely do!

Steeped in the blues, with a knack for coming up with catchy melodic themes, Vestbo Trio could be the band that draws you to instrumental music again!

Vestbo Trio’s latest release “Flowmotion” was recorded live with a studio audience, thus combining the great vibe of a live recording with the high sound quality that’s only achievable in a record studio. “Flowmotion” shot straight to #1 on the Danish iTunes Store Jazz Chart on the day of it’s release. Later that same week, noted music blogger Andrew Dubber selected “Flowmotion” as a Staff Pick on Bandcamp ( This … Read More »


Posted on May 21st, by Music Inform in Artists You Should Know About. No Comments

Coming from the same city that’s home to two post-metal heavy hitters, Russian Circles and Pelican, Chicago’s Rocket Miner have carved a decidedly non-metal niche for themselves within the scene. Where Rocket Miner really stand out, not only from their hometown contemporaries, but in the genre as a whole, is their ability to write songs that don’t adhere to some of post-rock’s more tried and true characteristics. But while Russian Circles and Pelican take darker turns and incorporate metal-esque riffing, Rocket Miner’s songs tend to blossom in slow-motion, like flowers blooming, giving plenty of time to allow the sweeping grandeur to earn its reward.

The band has performed with other sonically-minded bands (Junius, Spindrift, The End of the Ocean, Secret Colours, Cowboy Indian Bear) as well as those from overseas (Denmark’s The Foreign Resort; Brazil’s Labrinto), and have taken to … Read More »


Posted on April 9th, by Music Inform in Artists You Should Know About. No Comments

Dominic Gaudious is the new sound for the new millennium. Dynamic, Intense and Passionate are just some of the words used to describe the innovative work of instrumental guitarist and composer, Dominic Gaudious. After successfully releasing two albums and touring with an eclectic rock band in the 1980’s, Dominic found his passion in the contemplative world of Classical/World Beat music. Working mainly with six & twelve-string acoustic guitars and incorporating exotic instruments such as the Australian Didjeridoo, Dominic expanded on the theme and created a uniquely intricate playing style which blends the sounds of Classical, Jazz, Flamenco, Rock, and World Beat.

He has performed at the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games, the Australian Embassy, Montreux Music Festival, National Geographic, opened for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Pat Benatar, Kip Winger,  appeared with the well-respected jazz ensemble Acoustic Alchemy, The Rippingtons, and world-renowned guitarists such … Read More »


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