The Realside is a pop-rock solo studio project out of Albany with roots in Nashville and Memphis, TN. All music written, performed and recorded by Terry McClain, except where noted on live performances. Currently performing acoustic shows around the Northeast. Terry McClain (who also leads his own rock outfit, Guiltless Cult), just released what he calls a "philosophical electronic-rock album that studies the longing for peace in a world full of hypocrisy, delusions and deception." But Willett Comb, recorded under pseudonym The Realside, is more than just a bunch of conspiracy-theory gobbledygook: It's an engaging rock record, with politically pointed lyrics couched in poetry and brought to fruit by McClain's elastic voice and instrumental talents. (Frank)Moscowitz, who's been popping up everywhere lately despite having relocated to New York City last fall, also contributes to a few tracks.
Their recent record is a philosophical electronic-rock album that studies the longing for peace in a world full of hypocrisy, delusions and deception. It's an album with 17 songs and 76 minutes of music dedicated to the second American Revolution.