Wonderfully assembled, Night Wilds’ “Heartland” reveals the susceptible, complex interaction between interior emotions and the exterior world.
Structured around a breathable groove dripping with jazz flourishes, “Static” reveals the plummy sound of the voice of Anilee List.
Dense and full of dark shadows, ‘Shapeshifter’ boils with turmoil, approaching chaos, yet never crosses the line into sonic havoc. Negativehate is a band to keep...
Space Memory Effect, aka Amy Wallace, introduces the music video for “One Thing More,” the title track of her recently released debut album.
Gothic rock/emo outfit Black Bouquet recently released their single/music video, “Run and Hide,” an emotive and lush offering.
The best songs on ‘Boat of Dreams’ are the moments where Puppets for Poets' expressiveness flashes through, i.e., “Distance” and “California.”
Now Hear This! New music from Wet Cactus, Jennifer Alvarado, smolder-core from SPELLES, and the dazzling dream-pop of Pure Bathing Culture.
Inky in character, there’s a captivating murkiness to this album as well as an appealing allure to the throaty vocals of Oliver James Brooks.
Riding the cusp between alt-rock and hard rock, akin to almost brutal, witchy anthems, ‘Lipstick & Lithium’ abounds with visceral surfaces.
Although incredibly Spartan, there’s a weird and wonderful allure to the compositions and simple vocals of Stephen Clair.
We offer the following artists for your listening pleasure: dream-pop from leisure fm, along with Crystal Coffin, Monster Wave, and dery.
“Echoes” prophesies an EP of low-slung, gorgeously produced songs that provide shimmery, expressive soundscapes that are deftly balanced.
Accentuated by the poignant and superb vocals of Nate Amor, “I Want You” releases the palpable, thirsting energy of love.
With its contagious rising and falling structure, Keyawna Nikole portrays the chilling feeling brought on by inner emotional demons on “Secrets” featuring Kellin Quinn of Sleeping...
Alive with thick, muscular blues-rock surfaces, Honey Pot’s “Saints and Sinners” succeeds because of Jessica Rendon’s bravura vocal performance.