To hear the soundtrack running through Hugo Ferreira’s head, just listen to the 13 songs on the new Tantric album. With more than 50 minutes of visceral, diverse rock, 37 Channels musically mines the soul of the Tantric singer, letting listeners inside the band’s most personal and evocative album to date—and that’s saying something for a platinum-selling group with hit singles including ‘Breakdown” and “Down and Out.” Of heady new songs like “Loss for Words,” “Where Do We Go From Here?” and “Broken,” Ferreira explains with a laugh: “I can’t afford a therapist, so this is what I do. I regurgitate all my angst and pain and confusion and joy. I’m showing more, letting people into my brain and heart.”

Brand of Julez

When one thinks of the South Bronx, one does not think modern rock, melodic rock anthems, heavy guitars, double bass drum or guitar solos for that matter. However, the SoBro streets of the Bronx gave birth to just that.

Brand of Julez formed in 2010, when brothers Julez and Brandon Zamora began playing together, then writing together and finally taking their sounds to the local bars at the ripe old age of 16 and 13. Pushing for a sound that was a mixture of the music they grew up listening to like Nirvana, Alice In Chains and Guns N' Roses, with sounds of more current bands like Seether, Alter Bridge and Asking Alexandria, the music they call SoBro Rock began and has taken flight.

Their debut EP was released in September 2012 with an electrifying set at Highline Ballroom, which led to performances at legendary New York City venues like The Studio at Webster Hall, The Marlin Room at Webster Hall, The Gramercy Theatre and Irving Plaza. Their brand of rock has brought them to share the stage with recording artist like Burn Halo, Orianthi and the legendary Alice Cooper, as well as rising New York City giants like Killcode, Black Water Rising and Charetta.

With the recent addition of Jeremy Frank on drums, whose maniacal stage presence and double bass domination, have ignited a new era for the band and Brand of Julez are ready to deliver their heavy brand of rock that will have you banging your head, with your horns raised and leave you with songs that you'll be singing long after the show has ended.

Stay tuned....these SoBro Rockers are just getting started.

Spider Rockets

Fall to Rise



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