January 23

Olivia Millerschin: Long Weekend ft. Michael Grubbs

  In search of the next indie-pop track to add to your “Everything’s Going To Be OK” playlist? Look no further than Detriot singer-songwriter Olivia Millerschin’s emotion-filled creation, “Long Weekend ft. Michael Grubbs” from her most recent album, Look Both Ways. Olivia’s music carries an aura of simplicity that floats softly into your head and […]

January 21

Norty:We Were Nearly There

  Perhaps the most innovative genre-bender to have graced the electronic music scene is Michigan producer and multi-instrumentalist, Norty. His sound is so unique that one couldn’t possibly place him under just one musical category. His resonant vocals seem to stem from indie rock, yet his beats and breaks could have been shaken down from […]

January 20

1 2 Watch 4: The Proof: Happy Street

  Bringing together the past and present is Los Angeles-based The Proof. Comprised of Drew Dolan (Lead Vocals/Keyboard), Geramie Laufersky (Guitar/Vocals), Ian Murray (Bass) and Lucas Crouch (Drums), this quartet pulls together influences from musical roots, such as rock, funk, R&B and blues to create their signature sound of nostalgia. On their most recent release, […]

January 19

Jake Knox: Normal EP

  Multi-instrumentalist Jake Knox takes the music scene by storm with his recent alt-rock EP entitled, “Normal”. A musical prodigy since a young age, Knox has mastered various instrumentals, such as guitar, bass, piano, and drums, which led him to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music, where he began to pursue his musical career. […]

January 18

Loose Buttons: Milk & Roses

  Search no further for the next track to add to your break up playlist, as New York City band, Loose Buttons, release their newest EP, Sundays, this February. The indie-rock quartet aims to create an anthem album geared toward moving on and moving forward, after lead singer Eric Nizgretsky’s recent breakup. The first single from […]

January 17

Wyndham: Double You EP

With the mainstream music scene currently in locked into influences from EDM and rap, Los Angeles musician Wyndham graces the indie-rock scene with his new EP, Double You. Gathering inspiration from the sounds of nature in various world destinations such New Zealand and Europe, Wyndham puts together instrumentations that not only elegantly frame the dissonance […]

January 13

Belle Rousse: Wild And Free

  Singer-songwriter Belle Rousse has emerged onto the pop scene with a dreamy electronic sound paralleled by real recorded instrumentals. The Atlanta, Georgia native excites her listeners with a cinematic sound accompanied by fiery red hair and the voice of a fallen angel. A story-teller by nature, Belle is no stranger to writing songs close to […]

January 11

Mainland: Dummy Test

  New York music scene regulars, Mainland, piece together cut-up aggressive post-punk vibes described by the band as “something you can shake your hair to really crazy”. With one foot in the indie-rock genre, Mainland’s sound falls slightly to the left of Interpol and The Strokes, yet slightly to the right of Misfits and Sex […]

January 10

William Bolton: Bad Girl

From Detriot, Michigan comes a colorfully-clothed, guitar-gripping, motivated-by-Motown young artist by the name of William Bolton. Willy B began his music career under the mentorship of hip-hop entrepreneur, Ryan Leslie, and quickly took the neo-soul genre by storm through his self produced, guitar infused cross-genre sound. Inspired by the classics of funk and jazz, Bolton […]

December 14

WI N C H E S T E R: I’m Not Ready To Go Yet

Evoking memories of creative bursts and insomniac nights, Toronto duo W I N C H E S T E R produces music unlike any I’ve heard before. With a sound evocative of Shiny Toy Guns, Sigur Ros, and The Naked and famous, it’s almost impossible to place W I N C H E S T […]