The Ghost Club releases new single “I Feel Fine”

Rising independent alt-pop act The Ghost Club, the musical brainchild of singer, songwriter, producer, and multi- instrumentalist Domenic Dunegan, has released their new single “I Feel Fine.”  The Ghost Club delivers anthems that are as infectious as they are intriguing—just the kind of enigma alternative music needs.  Newest output “I Continue Reading

Manchester Orchestra – Foxing – Slothrust // Louisville, KY // 11.16.21

Manchester Orchestra with Foxing and Slothrust Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY November 16th, 2021   Manchester Orchestra brought their current tour to Louisville, KY on Tuesday night to a sold out crowd of eager fans.  Starting things out this evening was Boston rock band Slothrust.  Having just released their new album Continue Reading

Dr. Martino premieres their music video for “When You Want It”

Dr. Martino is about to take over the world with their new video for “When You Want It” which is out today.  Taken from their upcoming album release No Outlet, out this Friday, November 19th, the band entices from start to finish.  The bold new video fits the single like a glove, which Continue Reading

Move Like Creatures discuss forming the band, mental health, their new single, their upcoming debut EP, and what’s next for them

Although the world seemed to stop when the pandemic hit in 2020, singer Nancy Bombard took to Craigslist during the early days of the pandemic to enlist like-minded artists for a band after the dissolution of her previous band.  Her ad was answered, resulting Bombard, drummer Melissa Koziel, bassist Brian Continue Reading

Sebastian Bach – Kaleido – Edgar Red // Louisville, KY // 11.12.21

Sebastian Bach with Kaleido and Edgar Red Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY November 12th, 2021   Nostalgia is a powerful emotion and I was feeling especially nostalgic this past Friday  night when Sebastian Bach brought his current tour to Louisville, KY.  The former frontman of iconic heavy metal band Skid Row, Continue Reading

The RT’s discuss maturing as a band, their new album, playing live again, and what’s next for the band

After almost a decade of performing as The Rad Trads, the Brooklyn-based band, having matured over the years, both personally and sonically, decided to change their name to The RT’s with their recently released self-titled album.  Written during the pandemic, when everything was shutdown, it’s an album they say feels Continue Reading

Jelly Kelly premieres their new single “Xerox Blood”

Jelly Kelly is an up and coming band that hails from the bustling Brooklyn, NY.  Started by Keith Kelly (vocals/guitar), initially as a side project from singing and playing guitar in Monogold, this has now become its own entity and band.  Jared Apuzzo (drums), Nicolas Dube (guitar) and Dom Bodo Continue Reading

Richmond folk-rock band The Haze and Dacey Collective premieres their new album ‘Letters From Gilead’

The Richmond-based band known as The Haze and Dacey Collective has released their newest album, Letters from Gilead, today.  This eclectic blend of roots, rock, and acoustic indie album is a 10-song compilation of pieces inspired by Kirsten Hazler’s recent binge of The Handmaid’s Tale.  Letters from Gilead consists of multiple Continue Reading

Pepper Lewis discusses how music helped her cope with high school and the loss of her mom, her singles “Planetarium” and “Same Stuff”, her forthcoming debut EP, and what’s next for her

As a self-professed “old soul”, LA-based artist Pepper Lewis used music growing up to cope with high school, where she was an outcast, and with the passing of her mom. Raised in Queens and Long Island, Pepper knew she wanted to be a musician at a young age and counts Continue Reading

Chicago’s creative visionary Jude Shuma releases new audiovisual project “Suzy Space Cadet”

A resilient musical pioneer who thrives off of experimentation and pushing the limits of his own creative boundaries, Jude Shuma has quickly risen as one of the most inventive artists in today’s indie scene and has seen his infectious tunes form part of the soundtracks for popular shows such as Continue Reading

Arden Jones releases new single “either way”

20 year old Arden Jones was born in Marin County, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge.  Arden comes from a family of musicians and writers.  He spent his childhood around performers, performing regularly himself.  He grew up attending concerts and festivals in San Francisco and Oakland and at home Continue Reading

Courtney Cotter King premieres new single “Electric Feet”

Mesa, Arizona-based singer/songwriter Courtney Cotter King is a woman of many talents.  Not only is she a seasoned musician, as she’s been playing piano and writing her own personal music since she was young, she’s also an amazing family oriented mother.  She grew up in a big family and is Continue Reading