Stefan Alexander premieres cover of the Tweet (featuring Missy Elliot) track “Oops (Oh My)”

Stefan Alexander is an NYC-based queer pop singer-songwriter. He grew up in an artistic household in Northampton, Massachusetts and can play the cello, mandolin, piano and guitar.  Alexander attended NYU’s Clive Davis Program and while there he formed a folk band with pop singer Phoebe Ryan.  The NYC folk clubs Continue Reading

Third Eye Blind release “Screamer”, to embark on headlining tour with Smallpools

Third Eye Blind, the iconic rock band from San Francisco, California, released their sixth studio album Screamer earlier this month. The album, which Pitchfork touted as a hefty 6.9 sees the band push their limits into more radio friendly pop-rock while still grasping tightly to their well known lyrical themes. With Continue Reading

Hollywood Cemetery premiere their new single “Seventeen”

Hollywood Cemetery is the product of a decade long friendship and a group’s obsession for their music. Because they have all learned and progressed as musicians together, and played so many shows together, they have created a band that’s always on the same page.  Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Hollywood Cemetery Continue Reading

Val Astaire premieres new video for “Kiss”

Musician Val Astaire, a Philadelphia native turned New York City local, has spent the better part of a decade contributing to several musical projects across over 60 countries. In 2017, he took a break from touring and performing and in 2018 decided to collaborate with producer and guitarist Christopher Curran Continue Reading

Fathers premiere video for latest single “O’Malley”

Fathers, a post-hardcore/prog-metal band from Denver, performs heavy music without being cliche and the group thrives in pouring genuine emotion into every piece.  Channeling hardcore heavyweights such as Cave In, Big Business, Converge and Trap Them, Fathers bring a unique vision to the table.  Their new record was recorded, mixed, Continue Reading

The Normal Living premiere new track “How It All Went Down”

The seven members of The Normal Living belong to what has been called the “Oregon Trail Generation”—watching MTV rise from its infancy (and then lamenting its ultimate transformation); witnessing first-hand the rise of personal computers, the World Wide Web, and the global community; beholding the global cultural shifts after 9/11; Continue Reading

Output 1:1:1 releases new music video for “Retroactive Rock Record”

Daniel Janvier, better known by his moniker Output 1:1:1, is a Toronto-based musician who, through his musical project, explores complex human emotions.  Citing Radiohead, Laura Marling, Kendrick Lamar and Broken Social Scene as influences, Janvier goes beyond genre-lines and pushes boundaries, taking his listeners on an exciting aural journey.  “At Continue Reading

Iris premieres music video for latest single “Stars”

Channeling Stevie Nicks, Rock/Pop’s newest weapon, Iris, has shaken up 2019 over the past several months. Raised in New Jersey with an Icelandic heritage, this prolific singer and songwriter pens music that strikes listeners in the heart – specifically ones going through heartbreak, and ones going through the journey of Continue Reading

Hello Forever release latest single and music video for “Anywhere Is Everywhere” from upcoming album

Art pop collective Hello Forever has announced their debut album Whatever It Is, out January 31st, 2020.  From the album comes the group’s latest single and accompanying music video for “Anywhere Is Everywhere,” a track that capture’s Hello Forever’s essence, hinging on finger-snaps and a bedrock of barbershop quartet-style harmonies. Continue Reading

FRENSHIP announce ‘Vacation Versions’ EP and release “Remind You (Vacation Version)”

Platinum-selling duo FRENSHIP – James Sunderland and Brett Hite – have announced their forthcoming EP, Vacation Versions, out November 1st via Counter Records (part of the Ninja Tune family) which features re-imagined versions of four tracks from Vacation.  Like its counterpart, Vacation Versions cohesively examines the nuances of relationships and the idea of happiness and home Continue Reading

The Revivalists announce Into The Stars 2020 Headlining Tour

Chart-topping rock band The Revivalists have announced their Into The Stars 2020 headlining tour, kicking off February 28 in Mashantucket, CT.  The band will be making stops in Washington, DC, Chicago, St. Louis and more, including a stop at the iconic Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY. Additionally, The Revivalists have Continue Reading

HARLOE releases acoustic version of “Rivers Run Dry” and accompanying video

Solo artist and Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter HARLOE has released an acoustic version of her newest single, “Rivers Run Dry.”  Taken from the original version, which is uplifted by late-night nineties R&B soundscapes and pensive pop sounds, the acoustic rework of “Rivers Run Dry” is stripped to the bare essentials, showcasing HARLOE‘s Continue Reading