Ryder Cooley discusses her band Dust Bowl Faeries, their forthcoming album, her love for and connection to animals and what’s next

Sometimes dark times can fuel creativity and manifest good things, and for Ryder Cooley the ongoing pandemic has done just that.  The founder of the New York-based dark carnival band Dust Bowl Faeries, she and her band will be releasing their latest album, The Plague Garden, on November 20th. “The Continue Reading

The Neverlutionaries’ Christopher Harold Wells discusses his new project, his new single, his upcoming album and what’s next

Christopher Harold Wells is a musician well-versed in the art of blending many different genres into his sound.  Born in Philadelphia by way of North Carolina, Well’s family tree has generations of musicians within it making a career in music inevitable for him.   He formed his first band, the industrial Continue Reading

Molly Parden discusses her upcoming EP, how she got started in music, making music videos and what’s next

Born in Atlanta and raised in Jonesboro, GA, the now Nashville-based artist Molly Parden’s musical journey started out as a mystery.  Raised in the Pentecostal church, Parden had little exposure to music outside of church hymnals, but started to discover a love for music and the simplicity of melodies upon Continue Reading

Tyrell Tompkins of Mall Daze discusses the duo’s new single, his love for making music videos and what’s next

Mall Daze is the solo project turned duo of Tyrell Tompkins and Kipp Riley, the founding lyricist and the drummer of the Alaskan indie-pop wizards, Lavoy.  As a blatant sound departure from the still active 4-piece, Mall Daze pits an indie cynicism against the backdrop of a lighter mutt-wave or Continue Reading

Judy Whitmore discusses her debut album, her love for The Great American Songbook, her love for adventure and what’s next

There is something to be said about the timeless quality of The Great American Songbook, and for California vocalist, author, pilot, psychologist and theatre producer Judy Whitmore, it was the music show grew up with.  Raised in Studio City, CA, Whitmore’s parents were lovers of the symphony and musical theatre, Continue Reading

East Of June discuss how the band came together, their new single and video for “Little Bird” and what’s next

Every now and then, a musical collaboration comes together so naturally that it is like fate stepping in.  For the members of East of June, what was intended to be a behind-the-scenes songwriting collective naturally progressed into a band.  Comprised of Emily Rath (vocals/keys), Dirk Lance, a founding member of Continue Reading

Josie Cotton discusses the re-issue of her first album ‘Convertible Music’, working with producers Bobby and Larson Paine, her love of science fiction and what’s next

Singer Josie Cotton has a timeless quality about her.   Considered one of New Wave’s most iconic voices, she has enjoyed a long and interesting career through which she has explored many different sounds.  Rising to fame with hits such as “Johnny Are You Queer?”, “Jimmy Loves Maryanne” and “He Could Continue Reading

Treva Blomquist discusses her new album, the evolution of her music, performing at her first drive-in concert and what’s next

With her latest album Snakes & Saints, Nashville artist Treva Blomquist gave her music the freedom to go where it wanted, straying from her previous Americana leaning sounds.  This leap of faith paid off for her, resulting in an incredible album of songs that explore a more indie pop feel Continue Reading

Madison Olds discusses her new single, finding her voice as an artist and what’s next

Hailing from Kamloops, British Columbia, 22 year old singer Madison Olds is fast becoming Canada’s next breakthrough artist, with hopes of expanding onto the international stage.  Having a father who is a musician helped foster the love of music in her from an early age, with him giving her her Continue Reading

Teri Bracken discusses the upcoming Brontë Fall album, the value in getting older, her evolution as an artist and what’s next

Classically trained multi-instrumentalist Teri Bracken, who goes by the songwriting name Brontë Fall, will be releasing her latest album Finishing School next month.  Inspired by the Brontë sisters-Emily, Anne and Charlotte-and their fight to amplify the voices of women, she embraces their fight against the ever-evolving societal restraint on women.  Deriving her Continue Reading

Sound of Kalima discuss their new single, their love of collaboration and what’s next

Sound of Kalima out of Vancouver, BC, a duo that consists of Sal and Pete, aim to escape the confines of any one genre.  Bridging the gap between electronic, hip hop, soul and dance music, the group’s goal is to maintain a human feel in electronic music and to be Continue Reading

Maddox Jones discusses his new album, practicing meditation, his video series ‘Garden Sessions’ and what’s next

UK artist Maddox Jones recently released his debut solo single “Headspace” from his new Headspace EP, which was released on July 10th via Radikal/Quattro Records.  Jones was brought up in a Christian community without television or “any form of worldly entertainment”, with his only entertainment being his guitar.  This led him to Continue Reading