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“Sunday School Dress” by Super Water Sympathy

Shreveport, Louisiana-based Super Water Sympathy released their full-length, Hydrogen Child, on April 23, 2013 on Portland, Oregon-based indie In Music We Trust Records. As part of their album’s launch celebration, the band debuted songs from Hydrogen Child at this year’s SxSW Music Conference in Austin, Texas.

This album is the next chapter in the development […]

“The Letter” by Natania

LA-based singer-songwriter, Natania, is a great mixture of Lenka, Ingrid Michaelson, and Sara Bareilles. Natania found her niche as a writer and regularly interprets the inner cogs of love and loss. Her translations echo common emotions we’re all familiar with, thus making the listening experience that much more personal.

Her new tear-jerker “The […]

“The Spell” by Foreign Talks

On April 16, 2013, Portland, Oregon-based Expunged Records released the debut, self-titled full-length from Portland’s own Foreign Talks, a four-piece indie-pop band.

Their unique brand of indie-pop is created by blending fast-paced lyricism, four-part vocal harmonies, and syncopated, hook-driven guitar riffs. Some may compare them to the likes of Bombay Bicycle Club and Local Natives. […]

“Luminous” by Alice & The Glass Lake

Wisconsin native, Alice Lake, brings her deeply personal new project to life with the stunning and beautiful, Alice & The Glass Lake. Alice & the Glass Lake’s debut effortlessly captures that dream world feel with a cinematically full sound of lush instrumentation and layers of vocals.

The first single “Luminous” is both dynamic and intimate, full […]

“Sky And Dark Night” by Monks of Mellonwah

James from Independent Music Promotions (I.M.P) has shared a new advance release EP from Sydney-based four-piece alt-indie rock band, Monks of Mellonwah. In the form of one composition, this release is a departure point for the band; darker and more experimental than previous EP efforts, Stars Are Out and Neurogenesis.

The Monk’s latest release, […]

“Can’t Love Me” by Alisa Boniello

Singer-Songwriter, Alisa Boniello, co-wrote her single, “Can’t Love Me,” with noted songwriter and producer Ron Haney (Alicia Keys, Drake). The song chronicles a relationship that goes south. Boniello and Haney have been busy writing and recording several songs for a potential EP release later in 2013.

Boniello, who was raised in the town of […]

“Never Want To Go Home” by Casey Turner

Armed with his Ukulele, Casey Turner offers an uplifting sense of calm and relaxation into this chaotic world. Built on a steady beach vibe, his debut LP, No Stress Express, invites its audience to put their feet in the warm sand of the pop music landscape and take a moment to allow their worries to […]

“DayDreaming” by Abi Ann

Los Angeles, CA Singer-songwriter, Abi Ann, recently released her single “DayDreaming” on iTunes.

Hailing from Midland, TX, Ann’s musical journey started 15 years ago in a family connected by the common love for music. When Ann was just a toddler her mother would often play The Beatles instrumentals for her until she fell asleep. Ann aspires […]

“King of Nothing” by Bob Pressner

Hailing from White Plains, NY, musician-at-heart, Bob Pressner, breathes raw emotion and honesty into his new album King of Nothing. Bob touches on subjects like love, spirituality and retrospection with relatable lyrics and a velvety tone.

Refining his skills since the age of 15, even studying with the famed 1950’s beat poet Allen Ginsberg, Pressner took […]

“Waking Hours” by Goodman

Michael Goodman is a musician/multi-instrumentalist based in NYC-via-Providence-via-NYC again. His music recalls the chord progressions of the radio hits of the ’50s and ’60s and long-forgotten power-pop bands of the late ’70s.

“Night Person” kicks us off in a fitful burst of hooks, but hints at the meditative melancholy that permeates the new record, What […]