Stefan T releases new single “Keep Me Guessing”

LA-based Electronic-Pop/Experimental producer Stefan T., stage name for Stefan Tisminezky, recently released his new single “Keep Me Guessing” from his upcoming album Night Shift, due out Spring 2020.  Although he would categorize most of the tracks on the album as pop, his goal was to keep it as true to his taste as Continue Reading

Victims Of Circumstance discuss their new album, their changing sound and what’s next for them

Florida punk-ska band Victims of Circumstance have made a name for themselves over the years with their blend of pop hooks and unique ska style.  Founded in 2005 in Clearwater, Florida, the band is comprised of Michael Smyth (vocals/guitar), Glen Stewart (drums), Lindsey Pittard (bass), Jason Atheney (saxophone) and Devin Continue Reading

Mohawk Bends release new single “See What You Do To Me”

“Their sound, first and foremost, is fun, youthful, fresh and genuine –full of unexpected guitar harmonies, fearless vocal styles and an authentic, unpretentious approach to the difficult genre”, so says writer for the popular Austin radio station KGSR, Samantha Dunn.  Ms. Dunn was one of many who attended Mohawk Bends’ Continue Reading

LOVECRAFT team up with Kiernan Shipka and Netflix’s ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ for release of “Straight To Hell”

Just when you thought the spooky season was long gone, LOVECRAFT strikes again – this time teaming up with Kiernan Shipka and Netflix’s The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina to bring you “Straight To Hell”. Behind some of the biggest hits of the decade, and all adopting pseudonyms to hide their identities, LOVECRAFT – founded by Lil Continue Reading

Michelle Kash discusses her new single, discovering her voice, her love of animals and what’s next

LA-based indie pop artist Michelle Kash never had intentions of becoming a musician.  Born and raised in New York, she grew up playing a bit of piano and guitar.  It wasn’t until a meditation/spirituality retreat in Utah in 2013 that her voice came to her in a sound and tone Continue Reading

Mac Miller’s posthumously released album, “Circles”, is a reminder of his absence and a celebration of his life.

Mac Miller’s posthumous release, Circles, is bittersweet. I had not realized that at the time of his passing, he was also working on music and enough so that it could be pulled together into a full album. So, I did not think “Circles” would ever really be something. When his family Continue Reading

Beartooth- Motionless In White- Stick To Your Guns // Denver, CO // January 13th, 2020

Beartooth with Motionless In White, Stick To Your Guns, and Nothing Left Summit Denver, Colorado January 13th, 2020   A sunless sky hung over the Summit Music Hall in downtown Denver as the masses gathered not for warmth—but to queue up for entrance into the venue. Hosting some of the Continue Reading

Lane 8’s third studio album, “Brightest Lights”, is filled with deep house soul

Just ten days into the beginning of 2020, Lane 8 kicked off the new year with his release, Brightest Lights. This is the third studio album for the American DJ, following Little by Little in 2018 and Rise in 2015. Daniel Goldstein, aka Lane 8, started out with Anjunadeep, an English deep house Continue Reading

Hello Forever to release new album in February

Hello Forever’s debut album, Whatever It Is (out February 21st), combines a wide range of influences from doo-wop and jazz to skiffle and R&B while elaborate arrangements juxtapose concise songs across this laptop-age “pocket symphony.”  The art pop collective’s signature harmonies and jovial, 60s influenced sound has been honed on Continue Reading

Rändi Fay releases latest single “Intuition” from upcoming album

True to her words, Rändi Fay does dream beyond what others dare, beginning her professional music career at an age where many begin to make plans for retirement.  After a hand injury forced her to leave veterinary medicine in 2001, she spent several years in non-profit work, but Rändi’s active Continue Reading