It’s been said on this blog before that you mustn’t judge a book by its cover. To judge Simon Linsteadt … Continue reading Simon Linsteadt, “Cemetery” – like a cool May morning
“Two young lovers in the city, but also a third lover… the city itself, which played an important role in … Continue reading Brook Davis “Darling” – an organic amalgamation of what we love about pop punk!
With competition-worthy songwriting, a mature and resonant voice, and an overall confidence that is beyond her years, Australian teen Nancie … Continue reading *OUT TODAY* Nancie Schipper, “When You Get Home”
“Loving you’s gonna do me harm, but I don’t give a damnn.” One line in, and this one’s sure to … Continue reading Family of Things “Harm”- moody indie pop bathed in dancefloor vibes
Fresh out of the Hoosier state, “Science Helps” is the 2nd track off Kaanvas’s debut album Culture Me, and already … Continue reading Kaanvas, “Science Helps”- indie rock with homegrown bite!
Cast in dim darkness, the walls draped in warm reds and oranges, SoCal’s The Mercy Stone cast the listener into … Continue reading Drift away with The Mercy Stone’s “Can’t Think (Gave It Away, Pt. 1)”
You ever hear love songs that make you want to gag? The one’s that lack any genuine feeling and are … Continue reading It’s Valentine’s Day in May with Phantom Vibrations and “…And I Love You (I do, I do)”
Weaving foreboding synth bass lines, mystical & sultry female vocals, and halloween-infused string arpeggios, “Black Magic” may leave you thinking … Continue reading Digital Daggers cast a catchy & moody spell with “Black Magic”
It’s always a good day when a new badass female rocker enters the arena. Her influences may include the likes … Continue reading BeauxX is gonna knock your socks off with “Thing One!”
Ever wanted to relive the corniness of 2000s MTV and Nickelodeon? Well thank to Maddie Ross’s “Liv Tyler,” you can- … Continue reading Take a trip to an alternate year 2000 with Maddie Ross and “Liv Tyler”