Chemistry Music Video is Finally Here!

Check out the music video for Chemistry from Action At A Distance’s debut album, Molecular Collisions.

Like A Stone – A Tribute To Chris Cornell

I’ve always wanted to do a badass cover of Like A Stone by Audioslave. Chris Cornell was a seriously talented vocalist and I hope I did his song justice. Let me know what you think!

This cover is performed entirely by our very own Michael Zeta and it’s also our first ever attempt to produce a video so hopefully, you enjoy it. Let us know how we can get better and if you want to suggest a song for a future video we are always looking for recommendations.

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Our Response to Divide And Conquer’s Review of Molecular Collisions

The indie music review company Divide And Conquer has published an in-depth and thorough review of our latest release Molecular Collisions. We felt that their review was fair and honest and we invite our fans to share what they think as well.

Though occasionally repeating their moves, Action at a Distance has delivered a solid, artful set of songs with Molecular Collisions. Mashing together aspects of vital punk and aggressive alt with the harmony of power-pop and indelible classic rock moments, the record shows the band is beyond mere imitation. Hopefully their craft will only continue to improve.

Molecular Collisions is something we are very proud of. It was our first ever release, the first time we’ve put our name on something and handed it to the world in the hopes that listeners would connect with the music and maybe even want to add it to their regular rotation of tunes. We know it’s not perfect. Some of our tricks for getting decent recordings of our performances didn’t pan out like we’d hope. We were limited to one microphone, a computer I had built myself out of random PC parts, a small room that wasn’t treated acoustically, a short budget and a tight time frame. All the more reason why we are proud of our work. We still can’t believe it turned out as good as it did despite so many obstacles. We’re happy to have gone through such an insightful learning process because now we know exactly what we need to do to make our next release even better. We’ve got a solid plan for where we’re heading next and we’ve already started putting together some really great things for our next release, we can hardly wait to show you.

Click the link below to read the full review from Divide And Conquer.
Thanks to Divide And Conquer and Peter Boyle for their amazing review. It’s a really fun experience to see what other musicians think.

Check Out This Artist – Grey Fields

Hello again,
We found some more swell Indie music on the internet that we wanted to share with our fans and friends. This time it’s Grey Fields. They sound kind of like a dark folk group, if that makes sense. It’s actually sounds quite unique in a very cool way. Check them out on SoundCloud. Pairs great with a bottle of cabernet or that pizza left over from your New Year’s Eve party.

This is the second installment of our new blog series called “Check Out This Artist” where we review, recommend, and showcase some of our favorite artists and tracks that you may not have had a chance to discover on your own. Let us know what you think or if there are any other artist you’d like to see in featured in the future.

Check Out This Artist – Kaiza Kushington

Hello all,
In case you were looking for some great new indie music to add to your collection I thought I’d show this. It’s an interesting sound, very laid back and chill. Since I know most you are from California where sparking a joint and relaxing to some dope tunes is all the rage right now, I’d highly recommend you check out Kaiza Kushington.

We’re planning on doing many more music recommendations and featured tracks in a blog series we’re calling “Check Out This Artist”, so let us know what you think or if there are any other artist you’d like to see in featured.