What happens when you mix one bottle of champagne, a can of spaghetti-os, and two spitfire babes looking for a good time? Well, “You Should Have Seen His Apartment.”More about the Single
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With the punch of hard-hitting Southern gospel soul, Fallen Roads breaks out from under the veil of religion to discover that “there is no ride.”Read More & Listen
The lifelong search for happiness and lasting relationships can be draining on the soul, but it can also be the driving force of inspiration for great art. In this case, it certainly was.Read More & Listen
With intense harmonica, dark, heavy vibes, and a bright intention, OrangeG’s latest release, ”Look Both Ways,” digs into our human tendency to see the worst in people.
However, by the end of the song, we find a lingering insinuation to look for the good instead.Read More & Listen
With the first single under their new moniker, The Reveal (formerly No Name Blues) have finally found their true identity.Read more
As the urgency of the BLM movement seems to fade into the background with the passing of the election and the ongoing holiday season, Jakey Heartbreak reminds us that now is not the time to forget. Rather, it is the time to keep this important issue in the forefront of our minds.Read More and Listen
Fittingly titled for a fall release, Sun Goes Down by The Tisburys feels like a collection of music from nostalgic eras, spanning from the 1960s to the 80s, and united together on one reflective album. Vibing off the sounds of John Mellencamp, Vanity Fair, Tom Petty, and Wilco, this album feels like an old favorite the first time through.Read More & Listen
Austin, TX-based punks The Blowies are celebrating the release of their self-titled album in unconventional fashion. They are hosting a week full of programming titled The Blowies National Convention on their socials, where their aim is to heal the nation “one blowie at a time.”
The wrong relationship can make it seem as though you are losing a part of yourself. Nonetheless, we’ll often hang on stubbornly, hoping that we can work through the differences and focus on love.
For Gabrielle Metz, that familiar feeling translated into her latest single.Hear the Single
Toxic love. What a drug.
Iranian-born Soheill brought his passion for music with him to America as a child, and boy, can you hear it come through loud and clear in his new single, “Can’t Stop Thinking.” The all-consuming sounds perfectly represent that all-consuming feeling of sweet, sweet, toxic love.Read more & Listen