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Rob Clark

Rob Clark has been writing for Anchor Music News since February 2014. He has a passion for music that started as a child. Both of his parents love for music was passed down to him. He is currently a Social Worker that constantly witnesses the power of music by playing an acoustic guitar to his clients. His goal is to awaken people to new music through writing and interviewing bands. You can follow him on Facebook. He takes submissions personally robclark333 [at] gmail [dot] com if you’d like to reach out to him directly to review new music.
Rob Clark has written 146 posts for Anchor Music News

Dayseeker’s Thought Provoking Single

When I first heard this song while seeing them live in Houston I knew it was special. It immediately hooked me with the different guitar parts and vocals. “Vultures” shows the evolution of a band that is about to become a hot commodity within the scene. Rory’s vocals are the perfect blend of screaming and … Continue reading

Gideon’s New Vision

Have you ever listened to an album and every word felt like it was written for you? This is what happened with Gideon’s “Cold” released on Equal Vision Records. This is an album I have wanting them to release for the past 4 years. “Cursed” brings a new energy and heaviness to this band. Bryan … Continue reading

Dear Anchor Music New Fans and Peers,

Dear Anchor Music New Fans and Peers, The past four years at AMN have been an incredible journey for me. Our simple mission at AMN has always been to advocating for quality bands, both big and small. On this journey, I have met so many incredible people, too many to name. They have welcomed me … Continue reading

Matt Reagan’s “Not a Problem” Premiere

Matt Reagan’s new song “Not a Problem” is his best single to date. This song has a laidback vibe with thought provoking lyrics. Check out this song below.  

SoMo’s Music Makes You Less Stressed And More Loved

When I received the invite to see SoMo, an R & B artist signed to Republic Records in concert, I knew my life wouldn’t be the same. As I listened to the song “First” there was something about his music that drew me into this genre that was brand new to me. The crowd was … Continue reading

Who is Megosh?

Megosh perfectly blends clean and screaming vocals into catchy songs. Check out my interview with them below. Rob: Where does your name come from? Josh: In 1988, a reluctant dwarf plays a critical role in protecting a very special child from an evil queen… Well, Megosh, a very brave dwarf, willfully joins the journey in … Continue reading

Matt Reagan 2016 Artist of The Year

Matt Reagan is a musician that I can’t get enough of. His music is unique, catchy, and fun. His passion for music is evident through each song released. These are some of the many reasons he is my 2016 artist of the year.  His revisited song “More to Feel Alive” is excellent. The hooks and vocals … Continue reading

Animals as Leaders Life Changing Music

Animals as Leaders is a band that is changing music through their technical ability and unique sound. I had the privilege of interviewing Javier. He is one of the guitarists in this band. In this interview, you will learn about his musical beginnings and so much more. Rob: Who inspired you to play music? Javier: … Continue reading

Three Years Crosses The “Thin Blue Line”

Three Years is a Hardcore band from Chicago with heavy music and powerful message. The song addresses police excessive use of force. Their sound is unique and really catchy. I like the different tempo changes within the song. The video well represents the songs message and will make you want to see the band live.

Who is Naked Walrus?

Naked Walrus is a band with a unique sound and name. You will enjoy them and this interview. Rob: Where does your name come from?  Naked Walrus: We are all extremely fascinated with the origin of large mammals. When we met in college we all realized that the walrus was our favorite animal that we … Continue reading

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