Keith Mosfet premieres his new single “Superficial Hypocrite” and accompanying video

Keith Mosfet is a prolific musician who breaks the boundaries of your typical indie-pop artist. Growing up in Brantford and Hamilton, Canada, Mosfet spent his youth playing in punk and retro-60s bands.  “Mosfet isn’t really my last name, although it’s close.  It stands for metal oxide silicon field effect transistor. Continue Reading

Gov’t Mule release official trailer for upcoming live album and film

Photo credit: Geoff Tischman Gov’t Mule has released their brand new trailer for Bring On The Music – Live at The Capitol Theatre. Directed by renowned music photographer and director Danny Clinch (Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, Foo Fighters, Phish), the live album and film will be released June 28th and Continue Reading

ZFG discuss their latest single, their first tour as a band and what’s next

LA groove-rock band ZFG (Zero Fucks Given) is creating their own style of music that blends hook-filled melodies, funky guitar riffs and groovy rock beats.  Consisting of Trev Lukather (guitar), Sam Porcaro (bass), Josh Devine (drums) and Jules Galli (vocals), the members were all close friends on other musical projects Continue Reading

Basset premiere their new single “Waterloo”

Basset is a young and rising all-acoustic group, consisting of vocalist Yasmine Shelton, songwriter/musician Sam Clark, and twin brothers Aaron and Noah Philipp-Muller.  While they draw on folk traditions from both sides of the pond with their heavy use of fiddle, mandolin and cello, their original tunes also take inspiration Continue Reading

Alexander 23 discusses touring with Alec Benjamin, performing this year at Lollapalooza and what’s next

Photo credit: Maria Isabel Alexander Glantz, better known by the moniker Alexander 23, has become an overnight sensation with the release of his debut single “Dirty AF1s” in March of this year.  The song made Apple Music’s “Bop Of The Week” and made Spotify’s “New Music Friday” playlist.  He recently Continue Reading

Jeremie Albino releases his single “Hard Time” with an accompanying video

Rising Americana singer/songwriter Jeremie Albino has released his latest single “Hard Time” with an accompanying video.  Told from the perspective of a mechanic, the song’s narrator lets his mind wander and linger on every mistake he’s made. “This song is about doing someone wrong and having to live with what Continue Reading

Brett Gleason premieres his new single “The Strong & The Silent”

Brett Gleason is a piano-based alternative songwriter from New York. Both an out gay artist and bipolar sufferer, Gleason knows what it’s like to live a life of intensity outside the mainstream and his unique music reflects this.  From Brooklyn by way of Long Island, Brett’s early life was hampered by a severe speech impediment, Continue Reading

Nita Strauss – Kore Rozzik – Banshee Child // Louisville, KY 5.31.19

Nita Strauss with Kore Rozzik and Banshee Child Zanzabar Louisville, KY May 31st, 2019 Photos and words by Emily May Nita Strauss brought the rock to Zanzabar recently, performing to a packed room of diehard fans.  Strauss, well-known as the guitar player for Alice Cooper and for the all female Continue Reading

Cloe Wilder releases video for “Overthinking”

Cloe Wilder is a force to be reckoned with. Armed with incredibly powerful songwriting skills, in addition to a voice beyond her years, the 13-year-old songstress crafts melancholic, yet fiercely relatable songs that touch the deepest parts of the human psyche. Championing the concept of accepting one’s mental health issues and Continue Reading

Feyer premieres new single “Parties”

NYC artist Andrew Feyer, who goes by the moniker Feyer, is a bold and infectious singer, songwriter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist who incorporates many different genres and styles in his music. By combining personal yet theatrical lyrics, a classically influenced melodic and instrumental style and an electronic-rock production, Feyer has Continue Reading

Espanola premieres his new single “A Lesson”

Aaron Goldstein has spent the better part of a decade as pedal steel guitarist to some of Canada’s most revered songwriters, and more recently, producer to dozens of young artists and bands. His Espanola LP, however, has been in the works for just as long. Espanola, named after a town at the Continue Reading