Nashville’s Blood Root may self-identify as ‘bedroom indie/pop,’ but you’d never guess it with her song “Conversations.” Featuring all the … Continue reading Blood Root’s “Conversations” blurs the lines between indie & pop
Featuring a synth- and guitar-heavy ambience representative of walking through the void, and modest vocal delivery with an underlying resolve … Continue reading Aimee DeBeer, “Billboards”- a cinematic pop haven
I went to a music-heavy wedding once. A groomsman or two played a song, the groom played a song, there … Continue reading Brazier, “Redefining Us”- love is in the air!
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