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“The Rope” by Bitter’s Kiss

New Jersey-based indie-pop act Bitter’s Kiss is teen singer-songwriter Chloe Baker (vocals, guitar, piano), backed by the musical talents of her father, Michael Baker (guitar, piano, bass, drums).

Reflecting on the emotional aspects of suburban life and the deeper meaning within day-to-day experience, Baker shows us a little bit of our own fragile humanity with […]

“Sweet Release” by Hannah in The Wars

Songwriter Hannah Curwood originates from the stark, remote region of Central Otago in New Zealand. Now based in London, Hannah in the Wars is a new project, the result of working alongside Roger O’Donnell of The Cure and a handpicked group of musicians.

Her self-titled debut album showcases a collection of lyrically robust emotional narratives. […]

“The Breaks” by Robby Overfield

Stretching his soulful Detroit, Michigan roots all the way to the rocky skyline of Durango, Colorado, singer-songwriter, Robby Overfield, offers an exceptional vocal delivery, along with the personal and relatable art of storytelling.

You can find Robby playing regularly in Durango at 6512′, Derailed, the Office, and Embassy.

Back in 2011, Robby and the Trio (Jesse Ogle […]

“Atûn” by The New Investors

The popadelic outfit from Copenhagen, Denmark, The New Investors, has a long lasting love for west coast sixties pop. Add to this a splash of breezy wistfulness à la Cass McCombs and Real Estate.

At the moment the band is in the studio producing songs for their debut album which is going to be released in […]

“Dare to Believe” by Ingrid Frosland

Bringing you music that blends acoustic folk with upbeat Scandinavian pop, Ingrid Frosland, writes captivating music led by a variety of fragile fingerpicking, electric guitar and delay, or banjo groove.

Forsland currently divides her time between Liverpool and Norway, and her ambiguous relationship with her sense of home is a recurring theme in her song-writing. […]

“Jimmy Dean” by The Morning Birds

Heard on Showtime’s Shameless, check out the early morning, post-bender, hangover-lifting, “Jimmy Dean,” from The Morning Birds’ Early Bird Specials (Select Songs from 2011-2014).

You may stream the album via bandcamp.

The Morning Birds (TMB) are Samuel Markus (vox, guitar), Jennifer Thorington (vox, bass, keys) and Stephen Newman (drums, backup vox). In describing TMB’s sound, Consequence […]

“Any Last Words” by Delilah

Michelle Harris and Alex Dopierala (Dop) make up the Liverpool-based contemporary R&B act, Delilah. Their latest track, “Any Last Words” was released on March 16.

The combination of Harris’ soulful voice and Dop’s intricate guitar playing bring a certain class and retro vibe to their groove. Harris and Dop met at their auditions for the […]

“He Was A Man” by Kings of the Brushwood Thicket

Mysterious Jamaica, Queens outfit Kings of the Brushwood Thicket has premiered their debut single “He Was A Man” via Austin Town Hall. The publication noted the Bowie-esque acoustic number offers “an extremely pure glimpse at the nostalgic sounds of glam rock. Strip it down a bit, remove modern context, and you have a […]

“Take Me Home Tonight” by Helena Johnson

Liverpool-based, singer-songwriter Helena Johnson fronts an eleven piece band, yet her captivating vocals are never in danger of being overshadowed. Her performance on her new single “Take Me Home Tonight” is effortlessly beautiful.

Soulful and slick, Johnson has created and mastered a unique and powerful sound. She has impressed audiences and critics alike with her […]

“The Eye and the Storm” by Joshua Fletcher

On May 26, Nashville-by-way-of-Atlanta singer-songwriter, Joshua Fletcher, will release Ready, Aim, a ten-track collection of honest, beautiful pop songs produced by The Damnwells’ Alex Dezen, on Portland, Oregon-based In Music We Trust.

Fletcher’s songs are about relationships. They’re about our loneliest hours; surrounded by the buzz of a city or alone in an empty house. They […]