Hazzah! Behold the brand new single “Video Ezy” from Sydney, Australia-based alt-folk artist Hedy Blaazer; it drops on Friday, March 17th, but we’ve got your early sneak peek.
For our latest Geared Up interview, we discuss with Charlie Cunningham his favourite Antonio Bernal Flamenco guitar, first-ever instrument, and some other random related gear questions.
Today we are joined by Rook Richards to learn how he views his music, his most important influences, his latest single, “Right On Time,” and much more.
Folk-Pop trio The Burnt Pines soar again with the release of ‘Don’t Look Down,’ their affecting sophomore album, available now via CEN/The Orchard.
With ‘8th Wonder’ out today, The National Parks frontman Brady Parks joins us for an interview about the record, his love for playing music, the band’s songwriting process, and much more.
Melancholic, confessional, and placid, Massachusetts duo Handsome Ghost strikes up all kinds of good vibes with the music video for their new single “Birch Trees” (Nettwerk Music Group).
Singer-songwriter Lissie returns to Leeds to support her new album ‘Carving Canyons’. Check out the photos and review here.
Today, The Lumineers have announced an encore run of dates after last year’s massive “BRIGHTSIDE World Tour.”
Taken from her upcoming f-track EP, Artisan Guardian,’ today, we premiere Haley Midgette’s singles, “Artisan Guardian” and “Weatherman.”
Ed Sheeran is set to release his new album ‘‘-‘ (Subtract)’ – the last in his decade-spanning mathematical album era – on May 5, 2023, through Kelley/Atlantic.
Charming Disaster, the dark folk duo of Ellia Bisker and Jeff Morris, premiere their new record ‘Super Natural History.’
Beautifully fashioned, Reginiano’s “Time to Let Go” offers a musical avenue to break away from routine worries and pass into an aura of tranquillity.
Tragically scented, Graham and The Band Upstairs’ “Home To You” slides on gentle leitmotifs as the lyrics tell a tale of secret heartache and emotional separation.