The Grahams discuss their new album, working with producer Richard Swift and what’s next

Although Americana Folk band The Grahams will be releasing their third album, Kids Like US, early next year, the duo has given us a taste of the album with the release of the singles “Just What You Deserve” and “Bite My Tongue”.  Travel and adventure have always been at the heart Continue Reading

Michaela Anne discusses her new album, forging her own path and what’s next

Nashville Country and Americana artist Michaela Anne has been garnering national attention since the 2014 release of Ease My Mind, an album that was named one of the year’s best country albums by The Village Voice.  After the release of the album she moved from Brooklyn to Nashville, releasing her Continue Reading

Victoria Kühne discusses her new music video, her upcoming EP and what’s next for her

Multi-talented artist Victoria Kühne is a prominent part of the arts and music community in her home city of Monterrey, Mexico as a musician, producer,  director, record label owner, artist and streetwear fashion designer.  When she was 11 years old, Kühne’s parents built the recording studios she now runs and Continue Reading

The Ritualists discuss their debut album, the NY Glam-Rock scene and what’s next

  NYC Glam Rock band The Ritualists have been peaking the interest of fans and critics alike with the recent release of their debut album The Painted People, an album filled with melodic, hook-laden choruses.  “With this record, I’ve specifically tried to be anthemic,” admits frontman Christian Dryden.  “I’ve always loved Continue Reading

Twen discuss their new album, making their own merch and what’s next

Nashville based indie rock band Twen, comprised of Jane Fitzsimmons (vocals) and Ian Jones (guitar) as the core members of the band, released their debut album Awestruck on September 20th via Frenchkiss Records.  Though unabashedly indie rock, Twen’s songs genre-bend from shoe-gaze-sized walls of sound to Beatle-esque call-and-response harmonies.  Fitzsimmons and Jones Continue Reading

Azam Ali discusses her new album, becoming an independent artist and what’s next

Azam Ali encapsulates many gifts as an artist.  Born in Iran, schooled in India and having lived in Canada, the LA-based singer, songwriter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist has been named one of the most versatile and gifted singers and composers on the international stage today.   Spending her formative years Continue Reading

flor Is Creating Their Place With ley lines and Fall Tour

From Hood River Valley, Oregon to Los Angelos, California the band signed to Fueled by Ramen in 2015 and put out their debut album album come out. you’re hiding. Blending indie rock with pop rock influences the first album came together as bassist Dylan Bauld and vocalist Zach Grace mixed and collaborated all from a computer. For their sophomore album taking lots of things had learned from their years together as a band came ley lines the bands sophomore album that released on September 6th. ley lines Is a sharper more collaborative effort that has it’s roots in the performance for flor.

Revel In Romance discuss their new EP, their favorite fan gifts and what’s next

Revel In Romance, comprised of siblings Saxony Raine (vocals), Parker Rehklau (vocals/guitar) and Remington Rehklau (bass), along with Devin Maier (guitar/vocals) and Mark Robinson (drums), are an alternative pop rock band based in Atlanta, GA who have steadily been making a name for themselves in the industry since forming in 2014. Continue Reading

KYOSi discusses her new EP, her growth as an artist and what’s next

Dani DiCiaccio, better known by the moniker KYOSi, is a singer and producer based in New York City.  Her music combines elements of electronic, pop, house, indie rock and hip hop sounds.  KYOSi’s work has been featured in Earmilk, Impose Magazine, Going Solo, Berlin Community Radio, Dubspot Radio and East Continue Reading