If you like music that not only sounds good but feels good, then you’re going to find a lot…
Victoria, British Columbia’s Craving Rain will release their four-song self-titled debut EP on March 19th and, today, are debuting the single “Jealousy.”
We all value the “Simple Life” to some extent. Whatever our definition, we all strive for that life of clarity, control, and stability with a lack of complication. Today, singer-songwriter Dudley Taft is debuting his new “Simple Life” music video, accompanied by a quick chat.
Today we have the pleasure of offering a free high-quality MP3 download of the track “Where We Land” courtesy of Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter David Ayscue.
We get “Crazy” during our chat with Grayson Erhard and his frequent collaborator John Runnels, also of indie folk band Morning Bear, about their cover of the Gnarls Barkley hit, plus a chance encounter with legend Stevie Wonder.
Injecting a little bit of Californian sunshine into the hearts of the Union Chapel audience, acoustic rock duo This Wild Life dazzled the London crowd, with formidable support from former Yellowcard vocalist William Ryan Key, and opener Rob Lynch.
Apollo Under Fire is one release that you’ll refer back to again and again, whenever your feel the need for a ray of sunshine in your life.
Putting a different slant on songs fans are familiar with is always a risky move but one that California punks Unwritten Law have pulled off…
Vince Grant is a singer-songwriter who, with his heart-warming acoustic rock, is shedding some light on depression. Grab a free download of his song “Oceans II”.
Toronto, Canada-based dreamy garage rock band, VEINS, hit our Toronto studios for a fantastic, stripped-down acoustic performance. This is their cover of Daniel Johnston’s “Do You Really Love Me?”.
Today, we have the pleasure of premiering an acoustic stream of the song “Heroes of Sand” from São Paulo, Brazil-based artist, singer and composer Edu Falaschi (Almah, ex-Angra).
I am not going to say the listener will be overwhelmed by any of the tracks, but it is a good, easy listen from the Multi-platinum group.