Bright sounds and power chords are the hallmarks of “Lying to Myself,” the new alt-rock anthem from Chelsea Lyn Meyer.
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With a distinctive voice and crafty acoustic guitar work, San Diego’s Mighty Mage (real name Khalid Hussain) has released a tender, yet dynamic single titled “Forgot the Way.”
Greensboro, NC-based alternative quartet Lowborn has released “Be Like Me,” an rallying cry about chasing dreams with electric pop undertones that are equal parts dark and powerful.
Anyone who has ever known the struggle of loving someone serving in an overseas conflict will relate to “Army Ranger,” the new single from Nashville-based country singer Jessie G.
Ready for a strong blast of pop punk goodness from Philadelphia? Get ready for Familiar Things.
Straddling the lines of new wave, rock, and pop is “Bleed,” the latest single from Philly-area singer Marc Ambrosia.
Soulful Philly blues rockers Foxtrot & the Get Down have gone from being “Down & Out” to being “Battered and Blue.”
West Palm Beach native Sam Least (real name Samuel Florexil) is a lifelong student of contemporary rhythm and blues, taking cues from greats including Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake, and using their influence to inform his sleek, modern sound.
After teasing a new release in haunting Halloween fashion last week, harmonious hard rockers The Beautiful Distortion came back in a big way with new single, “Black Cloud.”
Ready for a new wave-y slice of alt-pop with an absolutely killer bass line? You’re in the right place.