Sick/Sea from McAllen, TX stopped through Melbourne, FL to play at The Boondocks Bar, and stayed an extra night after another show got cancelled. They played an acoustic version of their song “Parasite” for us.
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After eight years and countless member changes the duo, Sierra Kusterbeck and Blake Harnage, known as VersaEmerge have decided to breathe some new life into their music project.
After the release of their EP ‘Another Atmosphere’ the band seemed pretty MIA until July of this year when they announced they had left their label, Fueled By Ramen. Since then the band has gone back into the MIA status that fans had become accustom to.
But yesterday VE came out of the woodwork and announced not only that they had a new video, but it would be the last material released as ‘VersaEmerge’. The band will know be known as just VERSA. The band has already setup a new FaceBook page and other social media to fit the new change.
“In the summer of 2012, we filmed a music video for the song ‘No Consequences’. We are happy to announce that we can finally share that video with all of our fans. This will be the last piece of content released as VersaEmerge. Expect music from VERSA before the year is up.”
-Blake & Sierra
Who knows where this new sound and name will take the duo, but hopefully this re-branding will bring the band back into the stage lights.
Congratulations to Melbourne, Florida’s newest craft brewery, Intracoastal Brewing! Tonight was their grand opening celebration, complete with music from Melbourne’s own independent rock group, The Friction! Here they are performing their original, “The Song That Stayed The Same”.
Fall Out Boy let the cat slip out of the bag a few weeks ago that they had hit the studio with producer/ singer song writer Ryan Adams to record a heavily punk influenced EP called ‘PAX- AM Days.’ The album will be released Nov 29.
The band released their first single along with a music video of ‘Love, Sex, Death.’ The song is a complete 180 from what fans are use to hearing. This song is straight from the garage band next door but with better equipment and producer. Its short, fast, loose, and in your face.
There are a total of eight new songs set to release on the EP and it should be interesting to hear how they compare to ‘Love, Sex, Death.’