MisterWives “SUPERBLOOM” in 2020 with newest album

One of my newly listened to bands MisterWives premiered their third album on July 24. The indie pop-rock band truly delivered on the album SUPERBLOOM. In the crazy times were

Teri Bracken discusses the upcoming Brontë Fall album, the value in getting older, her evolution as an artist and what’s next

Classically trained multi-instrumentalist Teri Bracken, who goes by the songwriting name Brontë Fall, will be releasing her latest album Finishing School next month.  Inspired by the Brontë sisters-Emily, Anne and Charlotte-and their

Vokab Kompany releases new album ‘Small Viktories’

Vokab Kompany was started by Rob Hurt in 2006 and his debut album Liquid Language featured Killer Priest of Wu-Tang Clan.  This album featured Burkey on two tracks, "40Thieves" and

Richitta releases new single “Quit Playin'”

Singer-songwriter Richitta uses the R&B and hip-hop genres to bare her soul.  She connects to listeners by showing her pain, joy, frustration, and everything in between.  From the suburbs outside of Chicago, Richitta’s music is a unique blend of soulful vocals and colorful pop rhythms. The result is an authentic Continue Reading

Abigail Ory releases new single “Waves”

Singer/songwriter Abigail Ory recently released her new single “Waves”, which premiered in The New Nine on Tuesday, July 7th.  “Waves” was originally written during Ory’s childhood and re-visited with her mentor and esteemed songwriter, Donna Lewis (“I Love You Always Forever”).  The song, produced by David Baron, speaks of the Continue Reading

Tedy releases new single “Boys Don’t Cry”

“Boys Don’t Cry” is the next powerful release from soulful Montreal singer-songwriter, Tedy.  The emotionally charged track rides an expressive journey through feelings of fear, sadness, acceptance, and finally empowerment.  It tells the tale of always having your guard up, showing no weakness, only to realize the strength in your Continue Reading

Jenny March discusses her new single, building confidence as an artist, following her dreams and what’s next

LA based pop singer Jenny March writes music that is captivating and relatable, infused with poetic lyricism.   She writes music like she is texting, with lyrics that are direct and that reflect her life and the message that girls can have fun too.  That girls can party or go Continue Reading

Brandon Phillips and The Condition premiere their new song and music video for “Sunrise”

“There was a certain style of songwriting and performance that I had always wanted to do but had never taken the plunge,” says Brandon Phillips, central figure in Kansas City, Missouri’s pop-soul group, Brandon Phillips and The Condition.  In response to that unscratched artistic itch, Phillips began writing and recording Continue Reading

TEOA discuss their new single, their Facebook Live show, evolving over the years and what’s next

The End Of America, who go the the moniker TEOA, embody exploration through travel.  Comprised of Brendon Thomas, James Downes, and Trevor Leonard, they derived their name from the Jack Kerouac novel ‘On The Road’, finding inspiration from the idea of traveling to the end of the continent for inspiration Continue Reading

Doug Locke releases new EP WHY? (Lunar II)

“I went to the studio with the intention of writing a dance song, but after receiving news of yet another vicious attack, I broke down in tears,” says independent alternative artist Doug Locke about his new single “Why?” from his recent EP Why? (Lunar II) (released May 26, 2020).  “On the heels Continue Reading

Drishti Beats releases new single “Give It All” in honor of International Yoga Day and Summer Solstice

Downtempo electronic group Drishti Beats recently released their new single “Give It All” in honor of the recent International Yoga Day and Summer Solstice.  Overflowing with positive energy, jazzy beats seamlessly combine with vibrant, melodic electronic production to open our hearts and connect us to the yogic “breakthrough.”  As breakthroughs Continue Reading

Lia Menaker releases debut album ‘I Am Kyrøs’

Combine classic, soulful, vocals with a modern twist of pop, electronic, and alternative R&B sounds and you’ll find yourself at the heart of Lia Menaker’s music.  Menaker’s music is a reflection of a childhood steeped in theatre and pop music, a long-time love for jazz singers such as Nina Simone Continue Reading

Sleeve Cannon release new album ‘KAPTV’

Sleeve Cannon was built, loaded & fired into life in Austin, TX in 2017.  Frontman vocalist Anton Terrell, guitarist TrePham, bassist Andre Velasco, and drummer Kyle Tapia each incorporate a unique blend of genre influences. The end result is an animated party of rock with pulsating undertones of garage, psychedelic, Continue Reading

Harry Hains’ family releases his first Posthumous ANTIBOY Single “Good Enough” and announces ANTIBOY Concept Album

The family of Harry Hains recently released his first posthumous single “Good Enough”. The song, released under Harry’s artist name ANTIBOY, is the first track from his forthcoming concept album A Glitch in Paradise, due out later this year.  “Good Enough” is a song that questions being good enough for Continue Reading

Koretsky discusses his new EP, his approach to songwriting, the role that meditation plays in his life and what’s next for him

Artist, producer, multi-instrumentalist and DJ Olè Koretsky has recently ventured into a new chapter of his music.  Born in the Soviet Union, Koretsky was raised by his mother in Brooklyn, NY and began making demos on a dual cassette recorder in junior high.  In 1994 he upgraded his equipment  and Continue Reading