by Carly Schorman – Erin Rae “Putting on Airs” If you don’t know Erin Rae yet, you better make that a priority today. This Tennessee-raised songwriter approaches modern indie folk like she’s stringing together a flower wreath in 1971. There’s something forthright about the earthy Americana of Erin Rae and
Myrlin “The Message” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Classified “Powerless” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram HYPR BST “Do That” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Sophiegrophy “Bag” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – Spotify 77Cousins “Black Cat” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Shan Vincent de Paul “The Sacred” Facebook – Twitter –
by Jacob Unterreiner – All of the musicians in Bent Knee are technical wizards. What’s more impressive than their wizardry however is the fact that they use their skills responsibly. Sure, they’re are virtuosic elements to many songs on the band’s third album, Land Animal, but they always serve the music.
by Carly Schorman – The Breakup Society “Strength Was Always Your Weakness” Nicole Laurenne (of The Darts) and Bob Hoag (of Flying Blanket Recording) join The Breakup Society on their new single for an all-star summer smash. “Strength Was Always Your Weakness” shines a bright ray of sunny pop into
We’re big fans of The SunPunchers so, obviously, we were over the moon with excitement to have them take part in our Songs from The Listening Room series with this rendition of “Make Love Stay”. Check out the video of their live performance from The Listening Room Phoenix and then continue
Pampa Folks “Soulrise” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – Spotify Esbie Fonte “Ace’s High” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – Spotify Sigrid “High Five” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram Aaron Taos “Venom” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – Spotify Anja Kotar “Poster Child of California” Facebook – Twitter – Instagram
by Carly Schorman – Of The Valley “Italy” Brian DellaValle, the songwriter behind Of The Valley, divides his time between Copenhagen and Toronto, but hopefully he’ll put a stateside tour on his to-do list because I’m so obsessed right now. “Italy” conveys a certain stolen intimacy; like a secretly witnessed exchange of