Bossfight is proud to announce that their debut album, "Daze of Gray" can now be streamed on The X Stream Network, an independent software platform that mixes elements of social media that allows users to stream and share music.
We asked Chris Scheckler, engineer of the platform to explain what X Stream is all about and this is what he had to say:
"The X Stream Network is a open social platform owned and operated by musicians and artists who appreciate freedom of expression and don't want their music and art micromanaged by corporate entities. Musicians and Artists can create Profiles and Pages that allows them to share/sell their music for FREE, within The X Stream Network, as well as allowing their posts to share out to a larger audience with one click to other networks such as Google, Facebook, Twitter etc. creating less work for the artist/musician."
The X Stream Network engages users from all over the globe, and reaches hundreds of thousands of monthly listeners. Y...
Bossfight is proud to announce the addition of their song "Surrender Dorothy" to the Existing and Occurring Talent Spotify Playlist. The Spotify playlist is curated by A&R representatives from Sony, Capitol, and Warner. This diverse playlist includes music from Grammy nominated and award winning producers, engineers, and artists.
The playlist showcases music from genres of all kinds including Punk, R&B, Hip Hop, Reggae, POP, Country, Metal, and Rock. The purpose of the playlist is to provide a platform for emerging and current talent yet to be discovered and give them access to A&R representatives from all over the globe.
“It’s about the greed that exists within corporations, specifically venture capitalists, and it has deep personal meaning,” says Bossfight guitarist David Settimi of the band’s new single “Green.” Settimi spent nearly 20 years working for Guitar Center, first as a front line accessory salesperson before rising to vice president of sales; then the company was bought out in 2007 by Bain Capital for 1.9 billion.
Bossfight—Daze of Gray
There’s something to be said for gathering up your best songs, going into a studio and capturing them well. That’s what Bossfight has done on Daze of Gray, an 11-track collection of melodic punk rock that’s immaculately recorded. (P.O.D.’s Marcos Curiel produced it, by the way.) The guitars chug, the drums rat-tat-tat and the melodies consistently stand apart from the din. Listening to Bossfight is like going a few rounds in the pit, just with fewer bruises the next morning.