‘Second To Mary’ by Ryan Sobb on Airspace Records

Purchase ‘Second to Mary’ by Ryan Sobb
Ryan Sobb is an Airspace Records artist. All proceeds from music sales are fairly distributed to both artist and label.

Ryan Sobb is a young songwriter with a weathered heart and soul beyond his years. Sobb has been playing music for six years, initially playing guitar in a number of projects that blended covers with original songwriting. He first cut his teeth in a band called Open Heart Experiment, a group he formed with close high school friends in Barrington, Illinois. After an enjoyable learning experience with that band, he moved on to a more serious group called Flounder Gus. The band gained local popularity and Sobb stepped up as a frontman and songwriter, citing influences by Pavement, Neil Young, Jason Molina, and Steven Stills as playing instrumental roles in his musical growth. Most recently Sobb fronted another project, Moonlander, again as the guitarist and lead vocalist, and stretched his limits by incorporating indie influences and female vocals. “These guys, Carly Smith, Ben Brady, and Ron Gierlach, are my best friends,” Sobb said when asked about his experience with Moonlander, “and the writing was exactly what I wanted it to be.”


‘A Decision’ by Lacuna on Airspace Records

Lacuna is an Airspace Records artist. All proceeds from music sales are fairly distributed to both artist and label. The first 50 people to purchase ‘A Decision’ will receive three bonus tracks.

Since childhood music has permeated every aspect of Kris Ward’s life. In 7th grade he formed his first band as a bassist, and he’s been writing music ever since, honing his craft through a variety of projects with an rotating cast of supporting musicians. Kris’s numerous bands have ranged in genre from post-rock to metalcore, but his most successful project was the pop-punk band The Light Up Scene. The Light Up Scene played shows around the midwest for nearly two years and put out a consistent stream of recorded material for a sizable fan base, even tracking EP’s with members of pop punk heavyweights A Day to Remember and Every Avenue.


Valar Morghulis: The Game of Thrones Season Finale

The battle is over and the dust has settled, and now in the finale of the second season of Game of Thrones the Lannisters and Baratheons are left to pick up the pieces while the other significant characters are moved into place for their roles in the third season.


The Battle of Blackwater

The first two seasons of Game of Thrones have been full of scheming, backstabbing, and every sort of morally bankrupt political manipulation imaginable, and it has all been leading up to this. The Battle of Blackwater is the titular Clash of Kings, and the episode depicting it is the most climactic and exciting installment of the series to date.


The Prince of Winterfell

The eighth episode of the second season of Game of Thrones is slower than the past few, yet pieces in the game are clearly being moved into position for the titanic finale.


A Man Without Honor

When someone refers to a man without honor in Westeros, chances are its Jaime Lannister. The Kingslayer is back in the spotlight in the most recent episode of Game of Thrones, and he is as villainous and interesting as ever.


The Ghost of Harrenhal

True to the title, this episode of Game of Thrones is full of cryptic magic and creatures that stalk in the darkness.


Garden of Bones

The night is dark and full of terrors, and this installment of Game of Thrones has no shortage of terrors.


What Is Dead May Never Die

While challenging gender roles and exploring minor characters, the third episode of the second season of Game of Thrones brought the most engaging action and most dynamic plot developments the season has seen yet.


The Night Lands

Last season of Game of Thrones saw the main character losing his head. While this season’s main character stands a head shorter than the rest, he is very much alive and kicking.

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