Featuring ex-members of Jeremiah’s Grotto and pre-members of Rookie of the Year, emo band Farewell to Fashion disappeared just as quickly as they sprung up. They released one split EP with Inez called The Price of Fame (highly recommended), and then a full-length. Both were on Future Destination Records (Neutral Agreement, Hotshot Freight Train). “Morning Grey” highlights all that was great about third wave emo–raw, melodic, punkish, and at times sloppy, but always full of emotion.… Continued →
Tag: Future Destination Records
November 29, 2019
April 25, 2017
The Apprentice have announced on Facebook that they will be playing a show sometime in June at the Sunday Market in Evansville, IN. The full band will be there and it is their first show in three years. If you have yet to hear the passionate acoustic/folk that The Apprentice do so well, you can listen to and buy their albums on Bandcamp.… Continued →
February 8, 2014
Cannonhands deliver a lengthy album featuring a variety of alternative songs with some twists. Fans of indie rock, read on for the full review.
April 7, 2012
Read my review of The Hotshot Freight Train "Get Low". Released on March 20th, 2012 through Future Destination Records
December 20, 2010
For their fifth release, Oh the Slavery Comforts Brings finds The Apprentice at their most high-concept. This time around, their understated indie-rock and jangly country folk sounds are aimed at one central message: a life spent in pursuit of comfort is no life at all.
Hailing from Huntington, West Virginia, this Future Destination three-piece craft catchy pop rock tunes that are full of feeling and layered guitars, reminiscent of The Juliana Theory or Slow Coming Day.