Every Sunday afternoon from 5-7pm, 95.5 KLAQ brings you two hours of the latest rock releases & we shine the spotlight on local rock from El Paso & around the Borderland that we call: Q-Connected.

This week, we're seeing a lot of new rocker from the Lone Star State: Texas. From the "weirdest" city in the state, hailing from Austin, Texas is the 3 piece rock band Empty Trail. We'll hear their new single for this week's show & you can hear a song that got them a lot of attention in 2020 down below:

From San Antonio, we'll hear two bands from that area: Nothing More & Kingdom Collapse. We've seen both bands come to El Paso before, Nothing More has been here many times & has done some recording here.

And you might recognize Kingdom Collapse as one of the many bands who opened up for From Ashes to New back in March.

And of course we can't leave out EL PASO, Texas: We'll hear So-Cal punk, El Paso style, from Still I Stand,

alternative rock from Gila Monster & As The City Sleeps,

and we'll hear some brand new The Mars Volta tunes; who released not one but TWO new songs this year & we'll hear them both.

And we can forget about the national rockers: We have the new one from Five Finger Death Punch, Slipknot & Collective Soul, who you might have heard their lead singer debut the new on Tuesday's Loudwire Nights. If you missed it, you'll hear it again on Sunday. Here's one of the new CS songs that came out a few weeks ago.

If you're an artist from El Paso & you want to submit your tunes for the NEXT Q Connected, you can send in your songs right HERE or send me an email at daniel.paulus@townsquaremedia.com

Join me for Q Connected, every Sunday at 5pm on 95.5 KLAQ

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The Still Panicking Tour In El Paso: From Ashes To New & More 2022

The "Still Panicking" Tour came to the Rockhouse in El Paso March 27th, 2022. From Ashes To New, Fire From the Gods, Blind Channel, Kingdom Collapse & Above Snakes all performed that night so if you missed the show, or want to relive that night, here's some photos from that loud night.

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