Cole Pendery discusses his solo project RYDYR, being authentic in his life and music, creating his own studio and record label and what’s next for him

RYDYR, the solo project of pop-rock musician Cole Pendery, strives to give his listeners truth through meaningful music and art and symbolizes being transparent to the process and embodies truth but also provides him a vehicle to step out of himself.  He explores the duality in his music of past and Continue Reading

Salt Ashes discusses her new EP, directing her own music videos, her love for the visual arts and what’s next

Brighton, UK based singer Veiga Sanchez, better known by her moniker Salt Ashes, has been creating a name for herself in the electronic/dance community over the past several years.  In 2014, she released the singles “Somebody” and “If You Let Me Go”, reaching the top 5 on Billboard and the Continue Reading

Jada Michael talks about her new single, developing her sound and vision as an artist and being a voice for body-positivity

21 year old R&B singer-songwriter Jada Michael is a positive force to be reckoned with in the music world, with a message that calls for body positivity, sex positivity and self-positivity.  Her music has garnered over 2 million streams and her songs “Beautiful” and “Special” caught the attention of high Continue Reading

MARNEY discuss their debut single, their upcoming EP and the importance of connecting with their audience

  Crystal Douesnard (vocals) and Thomas Moore (guitar/bass/production) met on the road while touring with other bands and soon discovered they shared a passion for creating something new.  Shortly after, they traded the road for a cramped, downtown LA apartment where they could begin writing and recording.  In late 2019, MARNEY hit the Continue Reading

Jamie-Lee Dimes discusses the evolution of her music, her upcoming album and helping women all over the world through The Mahila Festival

Jamie-Lee Dimes is an Australian multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter who creates music that is a unique blend of nostalgic 60s rock and dreamy, melancholic folk that is infused with activism, drawing inspiration from revolutionary artists such as Patti Smith, Cat Power, Kim Gordon, PJ Harvey and Grace Slick.  She is an Continue Reading

Reflecting on the past, discussing the future and getting weird with Adam Turla of Murder By Death

Chances are that the moment people hear the unique and soulful sound of Murder by Death, most of them will instantly become a fan. The band, made up of Lead singer Adam Turla, cellist Sarah Balliet, drummer Dagan Thogerson, David Fountain on the piano (and pretty much everything else) and Continue Reading

Jay Ratinoff discusses his transition from acting to singing, his new single and video for “Fire” and what’s next for him

Latin American singer Jay Ratinoff is forging his own musical path.  Splitting his time between California and Mexico City, he recently released his scorching bilingual single “Fire” about embracing the heat and sensuality of the moment.  “”Fire” was a made up of story that came out of my subconscious mind. Continue Reading

Tom Goss discusses his new album, his music videos, being a voice for the LGBT community and what’s next

Tom Goss, an indie singer-songwriter based in California, is a prolific writer and performer who has been using his musical platform over the years to give a voice to the LGBT community. He won Best Gay Musician in DC from The Washington Blade, both in 2011 and 2012, and many of Continue Reading

David ‘Dc’ Logan of OFFICER discusses his upcoming album, his special connection with his fans, his community outreach in London and what’s next for him

London-based musician David ‘Dc’ Logan, better known by the moniker OFFICER, has drawn comparisons to Damien Rice, The National and Florence and The Machine with his strong, emotional and melodic sound.  Logan was born in Glasgow and raised in Northern Ireland, drawing musical influences from Celtic Folk, British Pop, American Continue Reading

Victims Of Circumstance discuss their new album, their changing sound and what’s next for them

Florida punk-ska band Victims of Circumstance have made a name for themselves over the years with their blend of pop hooks and unique ska style.  Founded in 2005 in Clearwater, Florida, the band is comprised of Michael Smyth (vocals/guitar), Glen Stewart (drums), Lindsey Pittard (bass), Jason Atheney (saxophone) and Devin Continue Reading

Michelle Kash discusses her new single, discovering her voice, her love of animals and what’s next

LA-based indie pop artist Michelle Kash never had intentions of becoming a musician.  Born and raised in New York, she grew up playing a bit of piano and guitar.  It wasn’t until a meditation/spirituality retreat in Utah in 2013 that her voice came to her in a sound and tone Continue Reading