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 […]

December 13

SIMPLE MACHINES: Wayward ft. I M U R

Mesmerizing his listeners with catchy and incredibly unique electronica is Vancouver’s Amine Bouzaher, better known as SIMPLE MACHINES. With the use of instruments such as live-looped guitar, violin, keyboard, and bass, Amine beautifully ties together his orchestral sound with hip-hop infused beats that contain sounds you have never heard before. On his latest single, “Wayward” […]

December 12

Carly Van Skaik: Red Leaves

Rising from L.A.’s indie pop music scene comes Carly Van Skaik, a soulful and progressive singer-songwriter whose music will reignite emotions left behind long ago. Following the success of her self titled EP a few months back, Carly has released a new single that encapsulates the atmosphere of a young woman relinquishing her heart break. […]

December 07

Cat London: Dangerous Me

New Jersey based singer-songwriter Cat London delivers refreshing emotionality through her tender approach to songs about love and self-reflection. Backed by Paul O’Keeffe on bass, Anthony Freda on drums, and Rich Aveo on piano, the quartet has released a passionate and reflective EP entitled Dangerous Me. Through a satisfying collection of slow yet energetic pop […]

September 28

SOME GO HAUNTING: KIDS OF SUMMER

  Some Go Haunting is an L.A. duo comprised of Aria Pullman and Jason Rivera. Earlier this year they came together to craft a full-length album called Wandering Souls, their latest album release since their self-titled debut EP in 2012. Their latest single, ‘Kids of Summer’ was released at the height of summer and features […]

September 27

SLOTHRUST: Horseshoe Crab

  Brooklyn’s SLOTHRUST pushes gritty punk rock while lead singer Leah Wellbaum channels the heavy instrumentals in a soulful direction with her artistic and powerful lyricism. The trio’s hit song “Horseshoe Crab” from their latest album Everyone Else recreates the feeling of introversion and submerses its listeners in that once or still familiar despondency. Wellbaum’s voice, detached […]