Band: The Story Changes
Album: Static and Trembling
Album Released: May 21, 2013
Released by: I Am Shark
Reviewed by: Ricky Scricca
The Story Changes is a two-piece alternative rock outfit from Dayton, Ohio, and Static and Trembling is their third full-length record. Full of catchy hooks, chill melodies, and fun licks, this record is a very enjoyable listen, although sometimes repetitive chord progressions get a little boring, and a few electronic interludes seem a bit out of place. Overall, they manage to nicely tie together what appear to be both punk/pop-punk influences with classic alternative rock influences.
The Story Changes finished their new album not too long ago, and the band is busy mixing and mastering the record as we speak for a spring release. PropertyOfZack has teamed up with the band for a two-part Behind The Booth photo blog, and we’re kicking off part one today. Check out the first photoset below by clicking “Read More!”
Before anymore announcements are made with in the next week, I wanted to take the time and thank Lucasfilm from the bottom of my heart for letting me into their family. As well as, all of the hard work and time Sony Music Entertainment - Classical Division has put in this project. They took a risk in setting us for our next release at I Am Shark, and revamp of the label. Can’t tell you how unbelievably excited I am on both a personal and professional level. Talk soon.
O’Brother are about to kick off their Triple Crown Records Tour with Moving Mountains and Caspian, so we figured it would be a perfect week to release our best Quiet Country Audio Session yet with the band. We’ll be posting the full feature on Thursday, December 6th, but have a great trailer ready to go a few days early.
Watch O’Brother’s QCA Session trailer below by clicking “Read More!”