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“Running With The Wolves” by Daniel Robinson

In anticipation for his sophomore EP Guesswork, due out in June, electropop-songwriter, Daniel Robinson, has released his latest single “Running With The Wolves.” Always one to write with no filter, Robinson addresses a self-destructive lover, their accompanying paramours (aka “the wolves”), and makes it clear that he does it better by himself.

Of the […]

"Surfboard Balcony" by Déjà Mae

Songwriter, Déjà Mae, released her debut album, Through the Half-Dark, on April 9, 2013. Mae not only sings, but she also plays acoustic guitar and piano. Her style is influenced by some of her favorite artists, including Patsy Cline, Hank Williams Sr., Billie Holiday and Led Zeppelin.

As the daughter of Norman Howell, a […]

“Loomer” (My Bloody Valentine cover) by Kenny Feinstein

On September 17, Kenny Feinstein, frontman for Portland, Oregon-based roots-bluegrass-punk outfit, Water Tower, will release Loveless: Hurts To Love, a tribute to My Bloody Valentine, on Portland, Oregon-based Fluff & Gravy Records. As Feinstein’s debut solo album, it will contain all eleven tracks from the My Bloody Valentine classic, plus “Swallow” from their 1991 Tremolo […]

“Hello!” by Massy Ferguson

Seattle, Washington-based Massy Fergusons’ Victory & Ruins was released on Seattle’s indie label, Spark & Shine Records.

Often referred to as alt. country or roots-rock and Americana, Massy Ferguson, has been described by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer as “the people’s band” and a “roots Americana quartet” that “combines steady, blue-collar alt. country with Southern rock…” The […]

“Where You Wanna Be” by Caleb Elliott

Louisiana singer/songwriter, Caleb Elliott, released his debut album, Where You Wanna Be, last October. On the album, he is joined by some of the finest names in south Louisiana music, including vocalist Susan Cowsill, bassist Tom Drummond of Better Than Ezra, drummer Doug Belote, fiddler Mitch Reed of BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet, and guitarist […]

“Just Try” by Fauntella Crow

The soft and soothing rhythms from the strings of Jessy Greene’s violin and the keys of Sunday Lane’s piano show the musical journey that is Fauntella Crow. This duo is the lyrically graceful and charismatic product of two exceptional musicians.

Recently, Greene toured as part of Dave Grohl’s “Sound City Players” performing alongside Stevie Nicks, […]

“Sweet Surprise (Live)” by Naia Kete

Pop/soul artist, Naia Kete, will join this year’s four day Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, TN. At this time, Kete will reveal her third EP in physical and digital release.

Originally from Northampton, MA, Kete currently lives in Los Angeles. The product of a musical family, she always loved using her voice to […]

"Visions of Tomorrow" by Slim Loris

Slim Loris, from Stockholm, Sweden, blends Indie Pop/Rock with Americana and a pinch of Swedish melancholy. The band formed in 2009 from the remnants of two indie acts, and released a collection of demos entitled Amateur Night at the Asylum the year after.

In 2011, Slim Loris’s debut album Down To Earth was released, led by […]

“3 Little Birds” by AURAH (Bob Marley cover)

Marc Dold and Judith Martin met as teenagers in the dusky basement rehearsal rooms of the local music scene in Switzerland, where they grew up. Martin went on to study jazz while Dold earned a degree in classical guitar from a Swiss conservatory. Soon after, they left Europe for Boston where they furthered their studies […]

“Closer” by La Mer

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter, La Mer, is premiering her newest single, the bubbly and sweet, “Closer.”

From her time in the bright lights of New York City’s Broadway to giving her voice to the Brooklyn and New Orleans band, The Mumbles, she’s toured the United States, parts of western Europe, and released several EP’s. After taking […]