To follow up their previous dark and ominous release, Dutch duo Gravity Circus is back with “Millennial Crisis, Pop Rocks!” — an upbeat, defiant anthem regarding the monotony of life and the passing of time.Hear the Single
With the release of their new album, Burning Bridges, less than a week away, Market Junction has shared one last single with us, titled “A Stone Will Sink.”Hear the Single
The only time I would advise against tuning into Gravity Circus would be when you don’t want to have great songs stuck in your head all day.
With that warning aside, “Shuteye” is the brooding middle child of the Dutch duo’s 2020 releases.Meet Gravity Circus
New York City rock trio Nick Sumner & the Assistance have unveiled their first release of the year with “Look Out Below.”Hear the Single
Philadelphia indie rock unit The Tisburys are back with their newest single, “Walk Away.”
To put it simply: this record rocks.Hear the Single
A tale of forbidden romance straight from the mind of Nashville’s Jordan Lehning, “Little Lie” begins as a quiet affair. Throughout the story, a man and woman are forced to reckon with the emotional toll of their secret relationship.Check it out!
Back with that signature finger-picking style and inimitable growling vocals, Walter DeBarr intensely delivers “Eyes to the Sky,” a dark tale of perseverance, no matter the cost.Hear ‘Eyes to the Sky’
In anticipation of their upcoming album Burning Bridges (out August 7th), Market Junction has released their second single from the record, “Out of Love.”Hear the Single
Buffalo Rose is a soulfully folk-leaning sextet hailing from Pittsburgh, whose music I would liken to a sunny summer afternoon. Their upbeat, foot stomping, bluegrass-esque rhythm section, paired with perfectly blended harmonies, feels like a breath of fresh air. Their latest project, Borrowed and Blue: Live Around One Microphone, is a testament to that.Check out ‘Borrowed and Blue’
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A railroad worker destined for the rolling plains of the midwest and a brother left behind are the central figures in a moving story about moving on.Hear ‘Nebraska’