Dollar Signs (Charlotte, NC) play clever, satirical, party rocking, honest folk punk in the vein of Andrew Jackson Jihad and Self Proclaimed Narcissist. Their songs are full of mirth and pack just the right amount of hooks to make perfect strangers drunkenly sing-a-long on first listen. When we connected a few months back they gave me a copy of their album The Death of The Party. I put it in my car stereo and listened to it on repeat for a couple of weeks. As a result, Dollar Signs has earned a place in my life sound track. If you like your folk punk on the humorous side, check out this band. Dollar Signs will be contributing “Native American Headdress,” a NEW and UNRELEASED song to the Kickstarter Mixtape. CLICK HERE to get a mixtape. Learn more about Dollar Signs on facebook. The Death of the Party by Dollar Signs
No More Train Ghosts play loud, driven, fast, sweaty, crunchy rock n’ roll. They epitomize what I love about Portland – good friends and basement shows. No More Train Ghosts shows are sloppy in all the right ways and I definitely miss getting to hang out with them. Rarely does a band wear honesty on their sleeve at just the right tempo to energize the blood and connect with your heart. Their song “Hey Rube” will be on our Kickstarter Mixtape. Check out more of their rock n’ roll on bandcamp.