Cristina Vane discusses her upcoming album, traveling across the country, reconnecting with her American heritage and what’s next

Nashville artist Cristina Vane has had a revelatory few years.  Born in Italy to a Sicilian-American father and Guatemalan mother, she spent her youth in Italy, France and England, before moving to the US for college at 18.  After school, she moved to Venice Beach and it was there that Continue Reading

Chris Clute discusses his latest single and music video, advocating for mental health and opioid addiction awareness, performing with his sister and what’s next

Vancouver-based electronic pop artist Chris Clute is a fixture in his local music scene.  Having a love of music from a young age, piano lessons paved the way to him jamming, making his own songs and figuring out how to play songs he was listening to.  His songwriting reflects a Continue Reading

Paulina Vo discusses her new single and music video, growing up as the daughter of refugees, empowering other womxn in the music industry and what’s next

Music has always been a source of comfort and expression for Brooklyn-based indie, R&B, pop-soul artist and producer Paulina Vo.  The daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, she was born in New Orleans and moved around a lot, spending time in Orlando, Phoenix and now Brooklyn.  Growing up in a predominately white Continue Reading

Vanessa Silberman discusses her new single, her work to empower women in all aspects of the music industry, staying busy during the pandemic and what’s next for her

Brooklyn-based independent singer, songwriter, producer and label owner Vanessa Silberman is a force to be reckoned with.  Having been a part of the music industry for close to two decades in many different aspects, she takes a very DIY approach to her music and independently booked over 800 shows between Continue Reading

DEVMO discusses her new EP, being authentic as an artist and what’s next for her

Devin Moses, better known as DEVMO, has been making a name for herself in the rap scene over the past several years.  Growing up in Chicago, her mother hosted an Irish music radio show and she was raised with a love for traditional Irish music.  Also the niece of acclaimed Continue Reading

Rudy Touzet discusses his new single, growing up in Miami, moving to LA and what’s next for him

Although a newcomer to the music scene, 21 year old Cuban American pop singer Rudy Touzet has been heating up the airwaves and growing his fanbase with his fun and catchy songs.  Born in the culturally diverse city of Miami, his exposure to the Latin music and fast paced lifestyle Continue Reading

Janie May discusses her debut EP, finding balance in her life, filming music videos and what’s next

Soul-infused Brooklyn pop artist Janie May released her debut EP Balance Me on November 30th, an album that features two songs that she worked on with producer Zach Fuller and a collaboration with The Beat Disciples.  In her words, “My EP Balance Me is fundamentally about growth and the growing pains that often come along with Continue Reading

River Hooks discusses her solo debut album, moving to NY at 17, her evolution as an artist and what’s next for her

As a musician, music producer and music publicist, NY-based musician/publicist River Hooks is a multi-faceted artist.  Growing up in the DC area, her aunt moved to NY as she was entering high school.  Frequent visits into the city with her family allowed her to experience firsthand the ins and outs Continue Reading

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