June 2012
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“Dreamers” by Savoir Adore

The fantasy pop duo, Savoir Adore have released an Official Music Video for the first single, “Dreamers” off their upcoming album Our Nature. Watch out for the album release this fall!

They will be touring with Jukebox the Ghost, Bright Moments and Now, Now through mid-July.

“Our Nature itself is both a collection of […]

“Hands Up” by Reason Be

The two-man, brotherhood from Los Angeles, Reasons Be, released their EP Hands Up today, June 26th. It is available for purchase on CdBaby!

Making up the band are Scotty Dickert, vocals and lyrics, and Ariel Belkin, guitar and vocals. Coming from completely different backgrounds, the two guys exercise their musical chemistry to channel their stories […]

“A Little Too Young” by Sunday Lane

Los Angeles, CA – Oklahoma native Sunday Lane released a Top 10 iTunes debut on the Singer/Songwriter charts last month. Her new single “A Little Too Young” off the album From Where You Are, is available now on iTunes. A music video to accompany the song can be seen on The Owl Mag exclusively from […]

"When You're Around" and "Lately" by Jón Jónsson

Born and raised in a small town in Iceland, Jón Jónsson had a passion for music from a young age. His first four Icelandic singles (“Lately,” “Kiss in the Morning,” “When You’re Around” and “Sooner or Later”) have all been in the top 30 on Iceland radio. Currently, he’s the #1 selling artist on […]

“If I Let Myself Dream” by Empire Of One

Lead vocalist Wil Seabrook brings a raw warmth, lending a heartfelt take to soaring choruses with multifaceted songs full of depth, and emotion, with harmonies. Seabrook’s band, Empire of One, released a five-track rock-pop album that sounds raw and anthemic. It’s building choruses and emotional lyricism resemble The Fray and The Script. […]

“London” by In Cages

In Cages is an alternative rock/indie quartet from Hillsdale, New Jersey inspired by acts such as the Pixies and Sonic Youth. With each member coming from a long history of playing in bands, their work ethic, extensive touring plans, and new self-titled EP (June 23) all reflect their collective experience and influences. The 4-song disc […]

“California” by Delta Spirit

Delta Spirit has “…taken a risk by forever associating themselves with a self-titled album that departs in any capacity from their earlier releases, but it’s paid off in more sophisticated songcraft.” ~ Consequence of Sound

On Delta Spirit the record, the band capitalizes on its hard-fought inertia by presenting their cleanest and most sonically homogenous record […]

"Trust Us" by Tyrannosaurus Grace

The exuberant synth pop/alt rock group, Tyrannosaurus Grace has just released their sophomore album, Much More Than A Story, on iTunes. Featuring deep and worldly topics like evolution, love, lust and religion, Tyrannosaurus Grace provides a touch of insight.

The band formed in mid-2009 when founding members Tim Held and Justin Foss began working […]

“The Angels Were Singing” by Matthew Perryman Jones

Matthew Perryman Jones’ first full length album since 2008, Land of the Living was produced by Cason Cooley (Katie Herzig) and was released on May 29th. The record could not have found a better birthplace than the elusive bohemian studio in Round Top, Texas, where it was recorded.

In each song there is a sense […]

"Flower Flower" by The Vespers

Here is the official music video for The Vespers’ brand new song “Flower Flower” from THE FOURTH WALL, released on April 3, 2012.

They will be playing 25 plus shows throughout the summer and the rest of the year.

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“Flower Flower” by The Vespers

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