Sweet Success Records releases Gmunns Project

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Gmunns is hitting the streets with his new Jazz and R&B single projects in 2020 with more to come 2021.  Gmunns Project features Saxophones Jordan Bolds’ Jazz single “City Roads”. This single is more of a Jazz fusion piece produced to introduce the Jazz world to Gmunns and the new kid on the block Jordon Bolds. Gmunns Project is a producer turned artist who is now releasing his first Jazz single and loving every bit of it. He worked with a bunch of musicians to bring this project together, and it has been well worth the wait.

Black Belt Theatre music hits hard and fast

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Black Belt Theatre hits hard and fast with the 4-song EP, “Almost Never Give Up”. Featuring two brand new studio tracks, along with cover versions of classics from Ace Frehley & Cyndi Lauper.

Black Belt Theatre is, proudly, a very mid-western band. Hailing from Milwaukee, WI, they embrace the long, beer fueled winters. And the hot, beer-fueled summers. They live and breathe the DIY rock-and-roll ethos of the mid-west. But this is no basement band. The pedigree here is strong, with all of the members having come from prior groups with national attention. In the mid-90’s, John’s band Alligator Gun was signed to Relativity Records and became a seminal punk rock powerhouse that included future members of The Promise Ring and Dashboard Confessional.

Tim and Steve comprised one half of Bender, a popular Milwaukee rock act that released an album on TVT Records in 2000 and toured the country with several major artists. Bert was also a key part of the late 90’s post-grunge Milwaukee explosion, being a member of The Buzzhorn, who released an album on Atlantic Records.

Having all stepped away from music for 10+ years following the demise of their previous bands, they joined forces in the fall of 2013. The objective was simple. In a music climate where loud, straight-ahead rock and roll was being pushed to the fringes, they wanted to make records that rocked.

The common thread that ties the four of them together is their love for late 70’s/early 80’s power rock. Think Cheap Trick, Thin Lizzy, UFO, April Wine, etc. Throw in modern influences like Danko Jones, Eagles of Death Metal and the like, and you have a recipe for a fresh, but somehow familiar sound.