MD McNally premieres his brand new EP ‘Crimes’; and album that’s both succinct and stirring, but most of all satisfying.
Johnny Epperson is perhaps the definition of a musical storyteller, and he’s done very well doing so with his proper debut full-length ‘Under The Speedway Sky’
New Jersey power trio Old Friends put some serious elbow grease into their self-titled début, spending over two years writing, recording, and perfecting it just to their liking.
Smokepurpp recently debuted three adventurous new bangers as a three-song “capsule,” Purpp shares Anti, his first new release of 2023.
Today, Lost on the Metro emerges with the premiere of their new album ‘Buried Bones,’ dealing with themes of optimism, depression, disillusionment, love, death, and aging.
‘The Last Black Flower’ the new album from Soothsayer Orchestra, the one-man project of Dutch experimentalist Pieter Hendriks, is out today via Lay Bare Recordings.
From the Mountains of southwestern Virginia, The Jared Stout Band kicks the new year off with the soothing sounds of Appalachian rhythms in their highly anticipated sophomore album, ‘Heavy from the Sky.’
The Describers released their album ‘Ghost In the Rearview,’ and it’s a diverse culmination of digestible modern elements and character.
Grammy-winning Trumpeter, Composer and Producer Nabaté Isles kicks the year off on a high note with the release of his highly anticipated full-length project ‘En Motion.’
Today, Patrick Mulroy premières his solo album ‘Other People’s Houses,’ a collection of terrific songs that didn’t quite fit in with the sound of his band, Boston heartland rock outfit Grain Thief.
Atsuko Chiba delivers a healthy dose of experimental, adventurous rock with the premiere of their new studio record, ‘Water, It Feels Like It’s Growing,’ out January 20th via Mothland.
Franky Afrika is working on finishing up his first full-length album, and shares the new single, “Red, Black & Green,” via KingJam Records.