Ariel / Cyber PR present Holiday Christmas Music Part 1

By on December 8, 2011

This year we gift you with some great holiday classics for your holiday playlists.

If you like:
Comedy Songs go with: Robert Wolf

Fun Rockin’ christmas songs go with: Nick Bukuvalas, Joe and the Jungle

Pop songs go with: Nicole Kehl

Punk go with: – The Locals

Classic go with: – Jeff Meegan, October Project
Robert K. Wolf – Cross Dressing For Christmas –
Robert K. Wolf – Brand New Old Lang Syne –
Robert K. Wolf – With his engaging, versatile, and inimitable Americana style, Robert K. Wolf has garnered attention from listeners, performers, and industry peers alike. He is not quite satisfied with coma inducing singing and songwriting blandness. He’s living proof that an overweight, Jewish guy born in Brooklyn, NY can sort of do okay in the buckle of The Bible Belt.

Seth Davis – Hanukah –
Seth Davis’s fearlessly melodic, painfully pretty songs don’t rock. They rain. Storms of harmony, lyrical stilettos, and ambient rainbows of despair. This song responds to a childhood of religious ambiguity and the pursuit of unaffiliated virtue.

Nick Bukuvalas – Give Me All Your Love (At Christmas Time) –
Nick Bukuvalas – A former member of the beloved Jersey shore band, Shorty Long and The Jersey Horns, Nick Bukuvalas is a singer/songwriter/musician who’s, brand new Christmas single, Give Me All Your Love (At Christmas Time), has the potential of becoming the next classic Christmas song!

Nicole Kehl – Winter Wonderland –
Nicole Kehl is an Artist and Musician who is currently touring the world as Rihanna’s backup singer. She is in love with Christmas and made it a goal to record her own holiday album. Mission accomplished. Hope you enjoy these heartfelt Christmas songs.

Jeff Meegan – What Child Is This –
Jeff Meegan – Christmas Tree –
Jeff Meegan – Bring Them Home –
Jeff Meegan – A refreshing treat, this album of mostly originals swings with holiday mirth and genuine reflection. Several tracks, co-written by Brad Hatfield, deserve to be seasonal classics, including the prayer for peace “Bring Them Home.” – The Boston Globe

The Locals – Heat Miser (I’m Mr Green Christmas) –
The Locals – Let’s just get this straight, The Heat Miser and Snow Miser are the very best holiday characters around. The Locals recorded their punk-pop version of “Heat Miser” (From the Year Without a Santa Claus), in 2009, as a result of lead singer, Yvonne Doll’s fanatical love of the quirky, claymation retro holiday classic.

Joe and the Jungle – (Feel Alive) It’s Christmas Day –
Joe and the Jungle – Joe and the Jungle, the first band to move inside and reside physically inside the actual Internet (88 Doyle st., Google Country, Internet) embodies a unique blend of rock music, grabbing a driving hard rock style and intertwining it with they type of beautiful melodies and songwriting prowess of the 1960’s and 70’s. The songs vary in mood, yet share a common bond of structure and catchy hooks, assaulting the boundaries of the modern rock genre from the very start with their critically praised debut album “Broken Amps and Fuzz Boxes,” which has sold over 19,000 copies to date independently through touring, live shows, and online sales to their registered fan base of over 160,000 and counting.

October Project – Angels We Have Heard –
October Project – Silent Night –
October Project – Noted worldwide for their unique, haunting style, and passionate, poetic songs, October Project ( features music by Emmy-award winning composer Emil Adler, lyrics by poet/lyricist Julie Flanders, and the sparkling vocals of Marina Belica. Singing in close harmony, Marina & Julie have been described by critics as a “kinder, gentler Heart,” creating a vocal blend so seamless that you might think they were sisters. Adler’s third-part underpinning completes the transcendent vocal sound that has always been a band trademark. Their music has been featured widely in film and television, and they enjoy a devoted following around the world. They are currently in the studio working on a new full-length recording, planned for release in 2012.

Denise Moser – It’s A New Year’s Day –
Denise Moser – Denise has the unique gift of being both achingly insightful and poignantly clever. Her expressive voice is lovely, rich and tender. This powerful debut album is filled with songs that come from, and aim for, the heart.

“It’s a New Year’s Day” is a clever look at the way New Year’s is seen and celebrated, and the hopes and clean-slate feeling it evokes.!/denisongs


Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.