In the sprawling universe of Seattle's indie music scene, where established stars and emerging talents converge like celestial bodies, a new constellation has burst onto the firmament in just over a year - Planets In The Ocean. This triumvirate, consisting of Robb Benson (vocals/guitar), Cassady Laton (drums), and Gwon Chang (bass), represents a potent fusion of experience and innovation. Their meteoric rise defies the very notion of a 'short timeline,' with roots extending from acts like Dear John Letters and Stereo Embers, among others.
In a world where music often serves as a balm for the soul, Indianapolis rock artist Indygo Skye steps forward with his latest release, "Take My Hand," to offer a poignant exploration of the human experience. A versatile musician hailing from Indiana, Indygo Skye's sound is not confined to the traditional boundaries of rock, drawing inspiration from a tapestry of genres, including influences from hard rock icons such as Linkin Park, Sevendust, Breaking Benjamin, and Evanescence. However, as the astute listener will find, there's more to his musical tapestry than meets the ear, as subtle hints of A Perfect Circle's influence are beautifully interwoven throughout this captivating song.