Matthew Pinder has always written in a particularly vulnerable fashion. His way of shaping words and melodies perfectly embodies the emotion he’s feeling. His newest single, “Too Young To Understand,” is no exception.Hear the Single
To me, Tafari Anthony embodies so much of what I respect in an artist. He has always stuck to a consistent path of creation and self-reflection, striding boldly and bravely upon it.Hear the Single
Carolina Story, the talented Nashvillian husband-wife duo, are back with their first single of the year.Check out ‘See You When I See You’
When I first hit play on The Tisburys’ newest single, “Fading Light,” a reminiscent wave washed over me. I could feel a cool summer breeze with the last rays of the setting sun on my face, and a multi-colored stage in the distance becoming ever brighter with the ascension into the evening. The rawness and spirit of this song reminds me of everything that I love about music.Chase that ‘Fading Light’
Phillip-Michael Scales has always been an extremely active songwriter and performing artist, with a plethora of bands serving as vessels for his many stories. Whether it be folk, indie pop, soul, or blues, Phillip has a distinct way of making his songs feel like they are happening to you, rather than being performed for you.Find a Way!
Join Skylar Gregg when she joins us on Facebook Live for the UMC Quarantine Jam, Friday, May 1 at 6 p.m. CDT!
It’s hard not to hearken back to the early days of Aretha Franklin when Skylar Gregg comes on. A true embodiment of American soul and blues, her powerful, gritty vocal prowess is on full display, with a dangerously tight rhythm section to boot. Her new single, “Long Way Back,” manages to revive a deeply nostalgic sound with a modern perspective.Hear the Single
Washington DC’s Scott Grim returned on Friday with the raw folk ballad, “New Old Flame.”Listen now
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Canadian roots rockers, The Matinée, are back with their split single, “Trouble Is” — and this time, they brought a few friends.Hear the Tunes!
Opening with a simple piano line and vocals, ELIAZ starts off her new track, “How,” on a personal note.Click to Listen