Artwork credit: Jordyn Lyric
Over the winter, we
met New Jersey-based musician Brianna Musco on a tour stop through Nashville.
At the time, ideas for her Forever EP were coming together.
Now, fresh off the release of Forever, Brianna credits that trip with helping to inspire the record’s direction.
Learn about ‘Forever’
On her previous single, “Home,” Stephanie Ryann sang of a sense of belonging, no matter where she finds herself across the globe.
That’s a good thing, because this new single — the next in the New York-based singer’s Summer Series — is taking her places.
Catalina’s latest release, Multifacética, may be the most appropriately-titled album of the year so far. Indeed, this is a versatile artist, with the agility to seamlessly blend and move across genres and cultures in her music.
Listen to the album
Seth Witcher is no stranger to straddling the line between genres to create something unique. We heard that this past April with his debut single, “I’m Sorry.”
Now, you’d best buckle up… because you’re about to hear it again, in a whole new light.
Hear the Single
Hey… we have an idea.
How about a Daily Spinn that’s also a review of a brand new single, all rolled into one?!
Hear Thursday’s Daily Spinn
He’s the thirty-something, dad-bod rocking, acoustic guitar-playing eponymous front-man of the second biggest band in his small town, and his name is Grover Anderson. Raised in the historic gold rush hills of Calaveras County, Grover writes songs that tell stories of love, loss, and frontier mischief.
Watch the Video
Last month, we got our first taste of Paper Crowns — the fresh solo project of singer-songwriter Mike Bay — with the release of debut single, “Are You Listening?”
Surely, you’re still listening after that one, so let’s entice you further with the follow-up single.
Hear the Single
While preparing the weekend’s content, I noticed something: our article total was rapidly approaching a new millennium