Savej releases new album ‘Solstice’

Born and raised in the Honey Island Swamp of Louisiana, Savej (pronounced “savage”) has always been deeply connected to the mysterious allure of nature and the wisdom it holds.  Combining world instruments, the sounds of nature, and shamanic influences with hip-hop influenced tribal rhythms and a southern 808 feel, his Continue Reading

The Right Offs premieres their latest single “Post Bone Savvy”

Hailing from New Haven, Connecticut, The Right Offs know just the right way to play Rock n’ Roll. Their new song “Post Bone Savy”, which debuts today, is a solid and intriguing release for 2020 and very much welcomed.  The single kicks off anticipation for their upcoming release, Bardo, which hits Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: “20/20” by Knuckle Puck showcases similar yet evolved tendencies for a great third record

A lot of modern pop-punk is focused on trying to push boundaries. Many are fixated on the signature “mid-2000s” influences that was a penchant of every artist’s foundation, and trying to combine those characteristics with other genres (namely indie, emo rock, and shoegaze) has become the priority for several up-and-coming Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: “No Good Left to Give” by Movements builds on an emphatic debut record with poise and maturation

Growth is inevitable in every concept. In order for said concept to progress, it has to undergo critiques, analysis, and microscopic examination in order to determine what needs to be done to improve the overall product. Whether or not the product can be objectively or subjectively viewed is related to Continue Reading

Tedy releases his debut EP ‘Boys Don’t Cry’

On September 11th, Tedy released his debut EP with Sony Music Entertainment Canada, Boys Don’t Cry.  It is a collection of songs, created by the Montreal singer-songwriter, out of a therapeutic need to fill a void in his life and relate to his peers through music.  The six-track EP tackles themes Continue Reading

Abigail Ory releases music video for her latest single “Waves”

Abigail Ory is a Boston-based singer-songwriter making music her way. Weaving the eeriness of her small-town New England upbringing with her present-day perceptions, Ory’s music is familiar and innovative, binding the past with the present. Growing up, Ory was first exposed to music by her mother, a choreographer and amateur Continue Reading

Cloe Wilder releases new single and video for “It’s True”

Indie-pop singer/songwriter Cloe Wilder recently released her new single “It’s True”, along with the official video which premiered exclusively in Girl’s Life Magazine on Tuesday, Sept 1st (you can read  her interview HERE).  The breezy pop tune follows Cloe as she reveals her desire to embrace her “golden” teenage years but Continue Reading

Staten Island’s Prema777 releases latest single “Workin”

Staten Island, NY’s Prema777 recently released her new single “Workin“, which is taken from her debut album Take Flight that will be re-released early 2021 on iNTeLLectual Entertainment (2nd Generation WU, GFTD) via Dock Street Records.  “Take Flight is my go where golden age hip hop boom bap meets vibrancy, still hitting with pure Continue Reading

The R Train Band releases new single “Flip Out Zone”

The R Train Band is an American Rock Band hailing from Brooklyn NY, with tracks leading down into South Florida.  The band consists of vocalist guitarist Jeffrey Black, drummer vocalist Mike Annese, and bassist harmony Denny Lee. Formed in early 2019 by members Black and Annese, the band’s name came about Continue Reading

Shelby Merchant releases sophomore single “today was good”

Shelby Merchant is a 17 year old singer/songwriter who recently released her heartfelt second single “today was good”, preceded by her fiery first single “flammable”.  Considering her music as the truest version of herself, she hopes listeners will feel every messy, adolescent feeling that she poured of herself into her music. Continue Reading