“Golden Gate” is a love story at its basis dedicated to the one Orwello loves the most. It’s not quite the usual kind of it though – this single is built from the myriad of feelings love ignites within, and it shows in the absolutely lush blend of sound.
“Stole My Memories” is the Whe,.in.Maine’s debut single. It is a hard rock tune with a massive sound, especially on the drums,
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.
Dream of Venus’s debut is “Ventura Highway”, a delicate and intriguing song that sounds anything but like a newcomer.
bigbaldben about his debut album “Resurrection”: “This album is a real testament to the fantastic technological and globalization advances in the music industry!”
Among the chaos of living, or more like surviving as it feels these days, Marlene Larsen does not hesitate to pack a punch when singing about the things that trouble her.
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.
The original, electronic pop version of “Ignis” was created during the height of the pandemic when MIDI Kittyy aka Eliza Andrews lived in Las Vegas and found herself dealing with seemingly endless isolation and being stuck with the same faces for far too long.
FAERYS is a newly formed band from Antarctica, created by a select group of anonymous artists who aren’t planning on revealing their names to the public just now. A lot of mystery surrounds this newborn band, and all that we know about them is this single.
Don’t let the sweet sound distract you too much though, as Your Best Nightmare, the stage name of Erin Porter, tackles her themes with brutal honesty, which occasionally will include curse words.
ARO (pronounce as Arrow) hails from LA. Her RNB-infused dark electropop is home to the ‘Fierce Femme’ notion and themes of neurodivergence and personal growth in society as it is today.
“Glory Be” by Jeán et Joie joins the sophomore single “Fried Rice” in announcing the upcoming debut EP “Brambles” set to release in the coming months.
“Off The Leash” is a remarkable debut album that cements Wild As Her’s position as a formidable force in the alternative country music scene.
The Third Man’s “Somewhere To Leave” is a remarkable album that showcases the band’s expertise in crafting magical soundscapes. The fusion of indie rock and folk elements, alongside the mesmerizing ambient arrangements, sets the album apart and transports listeners to another world.
“Sensitive” by Kailey Conner is a power ballad, backed by pop sensibilities and folk influences.
Light, sunny, and dancey, “Under the Lights” by The Heidi Incident is a perfect debut song: it sets the mood, shows everything that they aspire to do all at once, and that they know how to do it perfectly.
Liv Crash’s talent as a songwriter, singer, and guitarist is undeniable. ‘Cause Even in This Album’ is a great album that seamlessly blends catchy funk rock tracks with hints of blues and jazz fusion.
Grace & Moji debut single “Our Love” is a token of their love and the weird and tough times in which they got together, and it’s an absolutely perfect way of introducing this project to the world.
The 4-piece band refers to themselves as an indie band, but the indie rocker attitude comes across only in live shows, and even then occasionally. The Third Man’s soul lies in layers of gentle, ethereal soundscapes supporting stories exploring the complex nature of emotions.
Rewind by LTB is a masterclass in minimal production, there are very few elements, but everything goes so well together it’s astounding.
“Crash Test” is expertly produced by Rockethead themselves, and the EP’s mixing is handled by Mannaz Records. The EP encapsulates the true essence of classic hard rock, showcasing the band’s skill and passion for the genre. Rockethead’s collective talent, with each member making significant contributions, shines through each track, making this a must-listen for any…
Ellery Twining beings the album “Results” with a strong sentiment, the track “The Sixth of January.” His poetic musings do not shy away from the current landscapes of societal disarrays nor the correlations between them and his own personal reflections and memories.
“The Orchestra of Life” by My Friend The Sun is a release with a spiritual soul embedded in lively indie sound inspired by folk, prog rock and traditional music, among others. It’s home to 4 tracks with a total runtime shy of 16 minutes, and that timeframe fits loads of beautiful emotions and elevating messages.
MÌNA is a Greek singer, songwriter, and producer whose music is inspired by all parts of the world. The case of “Kay”, is a fusion of traditional flamenco instrumentation alongside traditional Greek music and harmonies.
Gold Frames is an emerging Indie quartet. “Burning Bridges” represents the band’s resilience and determination to overcome the challenges of the pandemic, and they do so with an amazing sound and hair-raising performance.
Moody, mystifying, and lush with a taste of self-deprecation embedded in the lyrics, Marlene Larsen’s debut single offers a strong first look into the artist’s musical world.
Sophie Li always writes about personal experiences with love, relationships, and mental health in a brutally honest way – her lyrics are vulnerable but extremely relatable.
“Look At Me Now” is the first single release for Sonic Maven, inspired by those who never quit, and keep going despite being discouraged by family, friends, or society.
Liposuction was created by Sunday Hunter, a Brisbane-based artist who started out as a solo project. “She Hz” is their very first release and we’re very excited.
This may be his debut solo single, but See How isn’t a total stranger – he is the British half of electronic duo Pariis Opera House, a production team that has been releasing music for over a decade now and has been lauded for their genre-defying approach to songwriting and production. On his first solo…
“Mr. Know It All” is an excellent debut single, it leaves you feeling excited about heavy on the heart., and what can do from here on out. And it’s a delight to know that their debut EP, It’s You That Needs to Think is already finished and set for release next September!
“Flashfood” by Culture Shock! This is just one of the new songs they have in store for us, recording everything in their hometown of Cape Coral, Florida in a small little studio called “The Star Sound Studio”. You will listen to a crunchy sound and a powerful beat led by clean vocals and high-gained riffs.
You should listen to the whole album “Peggy Lee” by M.Krebs. It is a work of art that is an easy listen front to back. If I had to call out a couple tracks that I feel would be a great introduction to the band, their vibe, and signature sound, I would recommend
“We hope Ignition carries its vintage influence and modern sound to a new generation of listeners. In doing so, we as a band hope to bring rock n roll back to the forefront of mainstream music” Burning River
Sorcha McCarthy’s music carries an emotional atmosphere that resonates alongside the lyrics, oftentimes reflecting a complex emotional state to its equally complex themes. “Rings” is inspired by a true story.
Alongside the track, Nina Ross made a music video that illustrates this boundary of truth and hidden emotion through complex, metaphorical images that we feel familiar with, yet cannot completely identify.
There is no room for hesitation and sulking moods in “Nine Time Nine” by The Crystal Teardrop – it comes loaded with positive determination and a strong backbone, ready to take on the issues that have been poking holes into this relationship.
Cheree’s lyricism is stark and conveys concepts of dystopia, frustration, and an ethos counter to late-stage capitalism. I love how the overdriven guitars ring out in dissonance and feedback during parts of the arrangements.
“Medicine”, referred to as the self-care record by the artist, is home to 6 tracks with each touching its chapter experienced as Lily Welch grew older and learned to know herself.
Green Acres Motel is a powerful and promising debut EP by Gunslingers that takes folk in an unexpected direction. The nostalgic and melancholic feelings that each of the six tracks transmits to the listener are sure to accompany them for a good amount of time. Do not miss it!
Red Bird Rising opens a window into life in a warzone with delicate and heartfelt love song “My Revolution”
“My revolution begins in my world within”, Taras sings in the profound anti-war statement of a song full of immediacy. The song was born from the pen of Diedrich Donald Weiss, a songwriter and producer recording under Red Bird Rising alias, as an urgent answer to the invasion taking place in Ukraine led on by…
“I love music of all kinds and I love how music can take the listener through all the colours that life throws at you. I’m so excited for people to hear this EP. I think when they hear the music together, they will get what I’m trying to do, which is to take them on…
Hailing from New England, Bradley Copper Kettle and Friends is a 5-headed folk rock band. There’s a distinct cozy feeling in the band’s sound that’s like being in a place that feels exactly like home.
“It’s hard being casual when you share experiences that become core memories. It catches you off guard and you can find yourself feeling like you’re on a different planet or reality.” Conor Clark / Dogboy (New Music)
“Bruised Love is a tale of love and loss through the eyes of two people who have been surrounded by drug abuse since childhood. The song explores chasing comfort & relief by any means necessary, and the fallout of being in a state of constant desperation.” – Tyler Elden
“The band JUNK plays its own original music made first to satisfy the musicians that make it. We blend styles to make us feel good when we listen to it.” Dirty D / JUNK
“It’s about an imaginary place in my mind. I was really stuck in the past when I was writing it, thinking of times when I was happier and younger, just messing around with my mates, without responsibilities or stress and anything like that. It’s somewhere you can see, and you feel yourself being pulled towards,…
“Thank you all so much for listening! I hope you enjoyed “A Mind of Your Own” which is about disinformation and freethought. I feel that seeking one’s true self and identity is more important than ever and will lend to elevating humankind. Stream on Spotify and watch the official music video on YouTube. Thanks again,…
“I wrote ‘Room with a view’ back in 2010 or possibly 2011. I played guitar and the song had lyrics and I used to sing it with three friends of mine in some sort of canon. Never recorded it though, until summer 2020, when I tried it out in an instrumental version in my studio.…
Kat Delitto (Lead guitar), Krista Marie Setera (ukulele, vocals), Ben Bonadies (Bass) and Matt Wilson (Drums) came together musically to create songs that are both technically challenging and full of emotion. Lyrics are deeply personal, spanning from romantic disasters to emotional struggles and an inside rage that seems to only dissipate thanks to the high-gained…
In his debut EP, N4November invites us all to feel the world with him. The good, the bad, the very unlikely and the somewhat possible. “I don’t know how to live in this world of so much hate”, he sings in the title track. None of us do, Alex. But we keep trying, and songs…
“I wrote this song back in the spring after a conversation with a friend of mine. I realized that this person didn’t know how loved they were, and I didn’t quite have the words at the moment to convey that. I went home and wrote this song the next morning. I kept it pretty simple-…
“Making art is how I rebel in a world that tells me to behave myself and stop being so sensitive”
I Have Seen It, I Do Not Fear It starts of as a powerful heavy rock album and transforms into something completely different, as we follow Catherine Elms’ emotional journey. She masterfully constructs a cinematic way to guide us through it in an original musical and lyrical sense. We experience anger, sadness, happiness and hope…
I do walk around with an ear-to-ear grin most days, believe that life is a gift and that I am the luckiest SOB on the planet — all of that — but I do have a bee in my bonnet (actually a couple). Charlie Edwards aka I’ve Tried Sleeping
The idea for “Take A Dive” was born through sea shanties of the 1920’s and their narrative approach to music and various stories of Irish immigrants that had to work for the mob to make a living.
“The day I wrote the song, I was going through a tough breakup, was taking a break from school, and my best friend and I had just gotten into an argument. I felt like all outlets of social connection that I had were gone, and I truly didn’t know what to do.” Jaxyn Lethe
“All I can say is that I hope this resonates with you somehow, the tone is frequently dark, the music is a result of my mental state, my well-being, or un-well-being. It depends on how you read into it.” Oliver Mavilio
“As the first thunderclap sounds, we set off marching upon a winding trail to a place where fear and conflict fall at our feet. Once our metaphorical task is complete, the song undergoes a transformation back to its original motif as we find our way trudging back to whence, we came.” Daire Barefoot
“There” is the first song coming from the Boston-based artist, who’s the CEO of Performers on the Go, LLC. Most inspired by life events, love and friendships, Patty Duffey takes her personal thoughts and experiences and turns them into vibeful indie pop music that captures and entertains, but most importantly, offers relevant stories that easily…
“This particular song is about derealization: a mental state where you feel detached from reality. This song was my way to cope with my personal episode of derealization and how I dealt with it. It’s about questioning your own sanity and keeping it all to yourself because of the fear of not being understood. It’s…
“The composer/Songwriter of this song was left at the altar on his wedding day. Standing in front of a mirror and dancing became a respite from the depression he suffered as a result, and it would become the inspiration for the track now titled Dance Dance Dance.” Rebel Camp
The EP begins with “Major Jones”, a beautiful opener that tells the tale of Major Jones, a scientist, composer and designer, sailing in outer space, looking for the one he created and sent out into the cosmos all those years ago… Major Tom.
I’ve listened to a lot of stuff across the spectrum of several genres and skill levels. Ari Raine’s songwriting, production, and vocal delivery is nothing short of incredibly impressive.
These songs represent moments in my life. The key word being “MY” life. So, use these as a sort of choose your adventure or starting point for things that occur for your stories. I will outline the different themes and characters and anything else I felt while making these songs. But like I said these…
“I wrote Baby Me to give our younger selves the voices we didn’t have. We’ve all become wrapped up in societal pressures, overly self-critical and overwhelmed with life. It’s so easy to take it out on ourselves. But remember how innocent and pure we once were. Would you treat the baby you the same way…
“hmm…. I’m too old to play games with all of this, so I’ll begin by saying that as a seventy-year-old I’m enjoying challenging myself in countless respects by ATTEMPTING to write and produce (solo and with the most basic of “desk” studios) quality songs — despite my severely limited musical/technical proficiencies”. Laredo’s Bag
“Hey there! Thanks for checking out Only Bodies. We hope you’ll go on a journey with our self-titled EP as it explores the difficulties that come with the emotional growing pains inherent to love. Our music aims to balance sincerity and honesty with thoughtfulness and tact. Also, to make you wiggle your booty.” – Only…
Kit Citrine’s new album “Midnight Masquerade” is an autobiographical release looking into the artist’s life events from the past 2 years. Home to 15 songs and running for 45 minutes, the album covers a variety of highly relevant themes.
“The feelings of insecurity and anxiety are explored in the verses, while the chorus celebrates the joyous truth that real beauty is found in knowing the one you love better than anybody else does.” Junkyard Romantis
“I wrote this track when I was healing from a breakup. When you’re young and in love, it’s easy to fantasize and idealize a relationship. You think you’re gonna be with that person forever and that they’re gonna “save you.” In reality, you make your own rules. Nobody is in charge of your life like…
“What If You Fly” creates a sonic space that transforms and grows more and more elaborate with each passing moments of the track. Starting in a minimalistic, and yet extremely atmospheric scene, the guitars establish a sweet melodic leitmotiv that repeats throughout the track, which creates a sense of nostalgia, like a lingering memory where…
“First time listeners can expect great melodies. It’s what my songs and lyrics are initially born from. It may be a slower song, it may be a higher energy track with a faster tempo, but melody will always be at the heart of them all.” – Chris Mason
“The name of the band comes from my fascination with science fiction works by the likes of Isaac Asimov, Arthur C Clarke, and Frederik Pohl, and some of our sounds and lyrics influenced by that, even if not apparent at the surface”. Javier Guell / Galactic Fuzz
“Flock o’ Fakes” by Lonnieclaire is an original fusion of grunge and rock but also power pop. A slightly disharmonic, vastly original tune that brings together lofi textures with a familiar sound.
“When we started writing the album, we saw a pattern begin to form with our songs, and decided to go with it. The album goes through the cycle of a toxic relationship, and all of the stages you’d find yourself going through. We almost didn’t include the single Are You Thinking of Me on the…
The theme suddenly sprung to our minds about melancholic story but continuing with life alongside friends and love ones. And we added a dancey touch so you can dance while listening to it. And so we are very happy with the final product. -Manu Rivera from Los Sindes
“Finally Enough” to me is like a letter wrote to someone you once admired, but he/she just didn’t care or show interest. This of course can make anybody mad, even angry. In this case, Indoor Friends channeled all that frustration and anger and turned it into a “fuck you, luck at me now” song. Guess…
“I wrote this song for my graduation in high school. I suddenly realized that our chill hangouts with our group of friends weren’t gonna be a weekly thing anymore, we were about to move around the world for our studies, we were growing up. So this song is about all the good memories we made,…
“The name is part homage to David Bowie’s ‘Bewlay Brothers,’ which I often sang as half of an acoustic duo in high school; and part telling myself to ‘hush,’ be quiet, stop saying you’re gonna do it someday and just do it. Releasing something, for me, has been a long time coming.” Hush Bewlay
AA-Legrand. This name carries two meanings: the letter A marks the beginnings with its placement as the first letter in the Latin Alphabet, and Legrand is the Big Unknown into which we all move in forward. The alias bridges indie folk sounds with soft downtempo electronic influences, forming music where the likes of Bon Iver…
“When I was writing this song, I had in my mind the image of someone setting off from home, with just what they could carry on their back, leaving their loved one behind. A sadness in parting, but a necessity to follow a calling. Like a pilgrimage. There is uncertainty about the future. Of course…
As Adriaan puts it, Dark Soul Safari explores themes of individuals – and humanity itself – on the edge of breakdown. From failed politicians, to global warming, the themes in this EP are an expression of catastrophe somehow neutralized by the soothing musical elements of the tracks. Brilliant!
“Expect to be taken on a sonic journey with “El Peyote” Experience the rush from high energy tracks like “Foot to the Floor” burning down the desert highway then unwind with mellow psychedelic jams like “Celestial Illusions” a song inspired by watching the sun set over the scrublands in Oaxaca.” El Peyote
“Eleven” is about proving people wrong who tell you that you can’t do something and aims to stand up for the creatives that culture and society rely on with a message to keep on running, searching, seeking – the best is yet to come.” – Vomit Baby
“Most of the music was written first by our bass player and then presented to the band which then a complete collaboration started and the song started to take more shape and a life of its own and each member was able to put their prints on it.” The Pontiacs
“I started writing this song in the summer of 2021 as things were re-opening and also still burning down. I was in a mood to SHOP and I hit up my friend, PomPoms and was like “I think this track has a you vibe, what do you think???” – Allee
“Snow Crocs,” is a catchy indie rock tune, whose name was inspired by an idea that Everett jokingly came up with while he and Chris were hiking in the trails of Calais, Vermont. Everett pondered about there being some offshoot breed of crocodiles that lived and survived in the snowy trails of the Northeast; it’d…
“An unknown fact about ‘Grace’ is that it started as a breakup song, which is hard to believe when you listen to the final track. Early in the creative process, I was inspired to rewrite the lyrics, and the song in its current form was born – almost as if it were waiting to find…
“It was written in the aftermath of a really difficult period of my life, where I’d lost a lot of faith in the world around me and I’d either lost or felt I was losing a lot of the close relationships in my life.” Nicholas Langdon
The have been called the freakbeat beatniks of the 4th dimension, aka Cornwall. These unhinged beasts have a very visceral sound, and an eager approach towards anarcho-prog-punk, so you can expect things to get a bit loud.
JYLHÄ means wild in the context of nature. It is the artistic name of 15 year old talent Liina-Maija Jylhä, based on Petäjävesi, Finland. Her music are pop tracks with elements of folk inspired by the likes of Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers and Joni Mitchell.
Using a DIY approach to his craft, Shredder makes use of vintage sounds such like synths, 808 drumbeats, and an 80’s sound that’s both fresh and surrounding. Keeping it minimal, he uses just a few instruments and a single laptop. His goal is to translate his musical adventures and to show that you don’t need…
The song, “Kill a Ghost” is one of the most energetic and motivational songs I’ve heard coming from such a hard place. Instead of being in the grips of all terror, the artist has flipped the script around and taken on an empowering route to defeat the ghosts from the past, and she’s doing it…
Son Of Abyss is a project with intimate elements and aspects. Among other things, we would like people to grasp the beauty and importance of remembering themselves, imbued with the entire emotional spectrum that they often carry like a bundle that doesn’t belong to them. However, since everyone’s perception and processing differs, everyone will interpret…
“My main creative intention with this body of work is to relate, to resonate and to connect with people that went through the same feeling and emotion! I would like to be the soundtrack of my audiences life, that they can always count on my music if they’re going through a similar experience!” Martina
‘What Would Buffy Do?’ is about how understanding the contours of someone else’s life, understanding their struggle to live a good life, can be really useful, even if that person is fictional! It’s particularly about how these ‘exemplars’ are important when the stories of people in your group- in this case women – are not…
I’d say my music is aiming to push as much experimentation as it can while still remaining in a comfortable space in their ears to keep it a unique blend between mainstream and experimental that just works. Gemïny
“Purple Dress is about a mysterious dark woman, a kind of chameleon. She doesn’t care what people say or think. She waits for the right moment to set herself free and to become who she really is, whatever it costs. The rhythm of this track reminds one of a tango in order to underline the…