To be honest, "Tipping Point" is going to hit hard, period. Grace & Moji have taken their personal experiences as a married couple and turned the song into an emotional story of hope in the face of impending heartbreak.
To Hell With Tradition likes to ask the hard questions, those that challenge the mind and question the very fabric of existence.
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 →
Firebird Union consists of Matt and Ross, two brothers who each have long-running musical experiences. In the formative years, they used to perform together as Cedar, until 2008 when they split up and pursued their own paths.
On "Lovesick", Chris Caulfield blends at once all of his influences that range from hip-hop to alternative rock and, of course, emo. This time around, he adds a dash of dark pop as well just for good measure and it flows so perfectly alongside the rest of his discography.
Frank Bramble has a distinct sound that marries elements from multiple genres, resulting in fuzzy and vibrant acoustic indie rock with a touch of hip-hop present in the drums.
"Midday Blue" by Genevieve Sovereign bringing something new to the genre, as it does not feature the traditional distorted guitars you'd expect in a dream pop song. Instead, she focuses on ambient music, moods, and feelings that are brought to life by soft keys and clear synths.
"Airborne" by Carpe Diem is a flowing gentle song teetering on the edge between utter bliss and the omnipresent feeling of unease.
If "Under the Lights" was the debut that showed us everything that The Heidi Incident can do all at once, "If Not Now, When" is the time when they hit the breaks and focus their sounds and influences into fewer elements, as a way of proving that the band can really adapt into whatever the song asks for.