All the way from northern Spain, the great Sasha Smith starts the year off with an intimate and vulnerable record.Hear the Single
Andrew LaVogue’s latest instrumental EP, Surrounded by the Northern Lights, takes us through the story of a three-day retreat in search of mental clarity and peace. I hesitated to call it “instrumental” above because, the way he performed and arranged these songs, you’d think he’s right next to you talking about this retreat.Go Track-By-Track
Toronto’s Holly Clausius has consistently delivered with her previous releases throughout this year. I’m pleased to report that her latest, “Fallin’ For Friends,” is no exception.Hear the Single
A well-known Nashville powerhouse, Katie Basden has been impressing us for quite some time. In between her 2015 debut project, Release the Sound, and her latest singles from 2019, Katie was a Top 20 contestant on Season 10 of NBC’s The Voice. Through it all, she has proven herself nationally as a prominent songwriter and vocalist, time and time again.Hear the Single!
Jake Evans, James Evans, and Samoeun Cheng are the core powerhouses of Jutaun, an incredibly talented and versatile band with seemingly no genre limits. They recently released “Where Do We Go,” a powerful ballad with an extremely relevant message for the times.Hear the Single
Oh, to be a fly on the wall of the New England church studio where this magical record was created.Hear Ruby Mack’s latest
Nashville-based rockers Miller and the Hunks perfectly embody the American rock sound. I would recommend them to fans of The Killers and Kings of Leon.Hear their latest
Massachusetts’ indie-folk artist Izzy Heltai brings us “Songbird,” a record inspired by transgression and trespass.Check it Out
Last week, I took a virtual trip to Toronto, ON to attend the listening party for Holly Clausius’ newest EP, Sunflower. Many of her collaborators were present –including Kyle Gamble, Olivia Guselle, Alex Purcell, and a number of fans (myself included) — to hear an EP packed with brilliantly-told stories.Check it Out!
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Nashville-based songstress Natalie Schlabs has dropped “That Early Love,” the latest infectious and dreamy pop single in anticipation for her album, Don’t Look Too Close, set for release October 16.Hear the Single