Disconnected Vol # 1 by Packetloss is made up of four tracks, that perfectly encapsulate what the band is attempting to do and show us an actual wide variety of soundscapes.
A self-described "pop-punk dad that never fully grew up", Matthew S. Horner's take on the pop-punk/emo sound is definitely an inspired one. Tipping into a whole scene at once, The Dark Room immediately transports you to that early 2000s.
Across the EP "Sugar for the Flies" Audri takes us on several journeys, sings about a wide variety of themes, and even gives us warnings and advice.
This time around, the wunderkind just released her latest track "Queen Bee", and it will not come alone: "Queen Bee" is also the soundtrack of an upcoming short film by Edie Yvonne about mean girls and their minions.
"I Fall in Love Too Many Times" is ARO's second release within just a few months, following the astounding debut "Let Me Go", and manages to keep up everything that worked so well at the same time that she dives deeper into herself.
"Dysphoria"by Lavender Rodriguez is the type of statement song that could only come from a place of queerness, and it's bound to become a hymn for queer people - especially the trans and non-binary youth.
On "Try Your Luck", Thunder Club is singing about asking for help from someone who is very close, but unsure if any assistance will in fact come.
Dream of Venus's debut is "Ventura Highway", a delicate and intriguing song that sounds anything but like a newcomer.
Hailing from the epicenter of New York, American singer and songwriter A-Zal hit the ground running with an extremely successful string of great pop singles. The latest of which, "Movie Script", just recently came out and it's charting on the USA Mediabase TOP40 Activator Charts - a very impressive feat for an independent artist that's... Continue Reading →