Dylan’s appreciation for all things rock and roll is evident in everything she does. A self-proclaimed “rock star in a pop star’s body,” the British-born pop artist incorporates big guitar riffs and a flair for showmanship into her stadium-ready pop anthems.Learn More About Dylan
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We’ll once again be graced with The Sewing Club’s presence next month as part of this fun NashLive! rock bill at Cobra. While we wait, we still have the opportunity to see their smiling faces, by way of their new music video for “Clarity.”See it First!
It’s official: Max Swan needs nothing more than his silky smooth voice, a few trombones, and some compelling visuals to capture our imaginations.Watch ‘Slow Jail’
Nothing good ever happens after “2 AM…”Watch the Video
Nashville native Gee Slab has been creating since he was eight years old. Since then, he has been featured by VIBE, Nashville Scene, and NPR, and founded BINO (Believe In New Opportunity), a lifestyle brand and multimedia company which gives back to the Nashville community by working with artists, mentoring kids, and partnering with grassroots organizations to create a better city.Watch ‘Triple Beam’
In a perfect, non-COVIDed world, Anytime Soon would have brought the advent of “Jelly Donut Season” much sooner. However, the pandemic forced the Scranton, PA pop punks to make other plans, putting the breaks on the creative process behind their forthcoming EP.Watch Today’s Daily SPinn
Courtesy photo provided by Kenna.
Full disclosure: we’re still absolutely digging on Kenna’s new single, “Static,” since having the honor and privilege of premiering it a couple weeks back.
Now, we have a reason to love it even more!Watch the Video
Photo credit: George L. Litsas
Sometimes, we find submissions from bands all over the world in our inbox.
Sometimes, those submissions blow us away. Such is the case with Leftover Bullets.Watch ‘Confused’
Photo credit: Carol Simpson
Back in August, we told you about TIOGA’s single “Break Me In,” a retro-modern single which “combines the American muscle of Bruce Springsteen with the punch of some of The Killers’ more anthemic work.”Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
Photo credit: Adam Gardner
As Brian Dunne prepares to release his forthcoming full-length album in 2020, the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter has given us a first glimpse into the future.Watch the Video