Maximum Result With THE MINIMUM WAGE – Hear Their New Rowdy Ripper ‘SHALLOW GRAVES’ Here

Daily electricity to load your batteries

19 February 2022

Band: THE MINIMUM WAGE
Who: Three indie/alt rockers from
St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

New single: SHALLOW GRAVES

“”Shallow Graves” is a song about the societal pressure, and personal struggle
to be significant. You click into an app and it’s loaded with people desperately
trying to get noticed. And if it isn’t evocation, it’s victimization. There is a lot of
energy burned on appearing a certain way to others, rather than being better
to yourself. Maybe mediocrity isn’t so bad?”

Turn Up The Volume: This riff-rowdy ripper flames with fervid fervency
and resonates as if Bob Mould was invited to play guitar. Ace tune, towering
sound, impassioned vocals, and a sickly sticky chorus. Just what you need to
activate your serotonin production. Maximum result for a minimum wage.

Be yourself, stay yourself.
Right here, right now…

Also on Spotify
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THE MINIMUM WAGE: Facebook

(Group photo received via band)

Angry Americana Ardor – Discover The New Album ‘SHALLOW GRAVES’ By Songstress INDIA RAMEY

10 September 2020

Artist: India Ramey
Who: A Nashville-based singer/songwriter with strong
alternative, country, bluegrass and blues influences.

Album: Shallow Graves
Released: 4th September 2020
Info: “The album off with a shudder of woozy, western guitar, sounding as much like the soundtrack to some long-lost cowboy epic as the follow-up to Ramey’s critically- acclaimed national debut, Snake Handler. Progressive, gritty, and darkly cinematic, this is a rec- ord inspired by the turbulent present, stockpiled with songs that take aim at the liars, leaders,
and hypocrites among us. Ramey calls it her “post-apocalyptic western,” and she fills the album’s track list with plenty of fury and alt-country firepower to match.

Ramey says: “This album speaks out against corruption and hypocrisy and there are a lot of people these days who feel they hold a moral high ground and throw around things like religion to maintain their position of power. I chose this Hank Williams song to punctuate this album with the questions he’s asking. At the end of your days, can you really say you were good? Did you do the just and moral thing? Did you?”

Key lines: “Everytime I read the news/oh, it’s clear we’re all screwed.”India

Key tracks: Shallow Graves / Up To No Good / Debutante Ball /
Hole In The World / Angel Of Death
(Hank Williamns cover)

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INDIA RAMEY: Facebook