Flagship Romance is an alternative folk duo currently based in Truth-or-Consequences, New Mexico. Originally from Jacksonville, FL, this husband and wife team has been making beautiful music together for quite some time, releasing their debut EP, “The Fudge Sessions,” in 2013. Since, they have since released another EP and two full-length albums. Their latest, “Tales from the Self-Help Section,” was released in August of 2017.
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Alyssa Dodge is a teenage singer-songwriter from Gilbertsville, PA. Her brand new debut EP, “Temporary Nothing,” is available now on all digital platforms. Let’s give her a listen together.
Last month, we had the honor and privilege of premiering Chelsea Lyn Meyer’s new single, “Lying to Myself,” a bright pop punk anthem about working through heartache.
Social media is the least expensive and most accessible way for independent artists to get their message out to the masses. However, different platforms are right for different artists. In addition, it’s hard to be everywhere at once, so consistently utilizing a select few platforms for your marketing efforts is a smart move.
We searched far and wide this week, trying to find new and diverse selections for this week’s edition of the #UMC20 Spotify playlist.
Some creators will use the U.S. postal service as a means of establishing copyright protection over their creative work? But… is it effective?
The number of impressions you make on your Facebook followers is limited. CD Baby’s DIY Musician blog suggests that most fans will only visit an artist’s Facebook page once, no matter how big a fan they are of that artist’s music.
SoundCloud has grown in popularity in recent years to become one of the most-used and popular streaming platforms for musicians.
With that said, there are a whole slew of artists using the platform, and it’s important to know that you’re giving yourself the chance to stand out.
Who’s ready for a slice of modern heartland rock?
Austin, TX-based musician Jeff Azar released three new singles under cinematic rock project Demi the Daredevil this year, giving a deep, introspective look at mental health; a subject many of us shy away from, and that few of us even care to acknowledge.
But, with the growing awareness of mental health issues and the toll they can take on our lives, Jeff’s message that needs to be heard loud and clear. And so, Jeff chooses to spread that message through the kind of music that grabs and holds your attention, due to both subject matter and quality.
“America Anonymous” leaves us to examine the choice our demons present us with, beginning with the words, “There’s a beast in me” and resolving, “I can kill it with a quick fix, or use it creatively.” “Lone Lady” looks outside of the self, as the protagonist seems more focused on helping someone else deal with their demons instead of focusing on his own.
A particularly powerful moment lies in the subtext of “Ain’t it Tragic,” which copes with unexpected loss and finishing something that was started as a team, alone. I can only speculate that it’s about the passing of the band’s primary songwriter and frontman, Jovan Ortiz, which left Jeff to finish the vocals on their first release.