Terra Terra Terra is Lakland Florida’s premiere pop rock band. Their music has been heard and seen on MTV, Fuse, VH1, etc. After touring relentlessly, the band is finally releasing their sophomore LP entitled “The Space We Create” on Jan 15, 2013. The new record builds upon a foundation that Terra Terra Terra has been laying for five years now. The Space We Create has snippets of arena rock similar to The Killers, Kings of Leon and Coldplay, but they mesh with pieces borrowed from Taking Back Sunday or Manchester Orchestra. The indie-rock creativity of bands like Lovedrug glues the sound together.
Unifier used to be known as Future Ghosts until they changed their name. There have always been two sides of music that argue back and forth – those who make pop music with the sole goal of writing a song that feels good and captivates the mind, and those who make music that is progressive and pushes the boundaries of what is possible in a genre. That being said, the biggest challenge in music is to make both sides happy and make a poppy song that pushes boundaries and progresses a genre forward. With Unifier’s new album Colorado, (produced by Jesse Cannon who has worked with The Cure, Saves The Day, Basement and Transit, to name a few) the Greensboro, North Carolina based group has done just that, creating a record that fuses the pop-rock sounds of Switchfoot, Foo Fighters and Jimmy Eat World with the progressive genre-pushing of groups like Brand New, The Dear Hunter and Manchester Orchestra.