Allan Vest and Barb Vest, the two halves that comprise doubleVee, are today debuting their brand new full-length ‘Treat Her Strangely.’ Check it out!
Accompanying the debut of this fascinating new EP ‘Stomp The Devil,’ we ask John Beckmann about the conceptual cornerstone of this project and working with David Sisko and Gary Lucas.
Released today via SharpTone Records. the Orange County, CA metalcore masters Bleeding Through have released their three-song EP, ‘Rage.’
Honey Cellar’s sophomore album ‘Borders’ takes listeners beyond the surface and dives deep into the interconnectedness of humanity.
Spanning genre and topic, singer-songwriter Oliana creates a sense of effervescence on her debut EP ‘Time,’ out June 23.
If you’re looking for a grand old time, you’ve come to the right place as we debut the new EP ‘People’ from Big Hoke, an ambitious, Americana-infused mega band with so much to love.
Alysia Kraft’s debut album ‘First Light’ is a carefully crafted montage of life’s most brilliant and mundane moments.
Retro-pop singer-songwriter Micah Edwards completes his collection of “Texas soul” singles with his debut album, Jean Leon, out June 10th.
Quebec experimental psych-rock group Yoo Doo Right premiere their expansive and exploratory five-track album, ‘A Murmur, Boundless to the East’ (Mothland and EXAG Records).
After 17 long years, Pacifico is able to debut their EP ‘05/‘22 via Matthew Schwartz’s (the band’s mastermind) own Pacifirecords label.
Jazz singer-songwriter Sarah Bernadette’s debut full-length album ‘New Leaves,’ out now, vividly paints the changing of life’s seasons with artful ease.
Lo-fi indie rocker, Small Town Sci-Fi divulges the inner workings of his heart on debut EP ‘Psycho’ out May 26.
In a world full of social unrest, Anonymonkey is here to bring some semblance of reckoning to the chaos. This Denver-based band makes music to serve one purpose: to create change.
The Falling Doves are soaring to heights yet unseen and, today, debuting the glammed-out, classic alternative-sounding record ‘Skylark 69.’