Hello Forever discuss their debut album, the inspiration behind their songs, living together as a collective and what’s next

Art pop collective Hello Forever combine a wide range of genres in their music, including Pop, Rock, R&B, Soul, Jazz, Doo-Wop and Gospel, to name a few.  Drawing their name from the desire to stay connected to people on an eternal level, the band is inspired by everything from the Continue Reading

Stefan Alexander, the Queer Artist of Adaption, Vulnerability, and Now

I’ve struggled with how to tell this story, Stefan’s story since the world has collapsed right before our eyes. However, no one understands having to adapt quite like Alexander. With chronic health issues coming into his life right after his first single “Skeletons” was released. Alexander has a brand new Cry Again EP out now and it’s the perfect time to discover this artist who understands the difficulties of our time and changes very much.

Dance Loud discuss embracing their differences, their new single and upcoming album, their interest in time travel and what’s next

Chicago electronic dance duo Dance Loud, comprised of Kristin Sanchez (DJ/Decks/Synths/Mix Engineer/Mastering) and Deseree Fawn (Drums/Guitar/Bass/Vocals/Arranger/Mix Engineer) formed in 2008 and have gained a steady following due to their unique mix of digital and analog sounds.  The real life couple combines Kristin’s electronic production and DJ talents with Deseree’s live Continue Reading

Jay Ratinoff discusses his transition from acting to singing, his new single and video for “Fire” and what’s next for him

Latin American singer Jay Ratinoff is forging his own musical path.  Splitting his time between California and Mexico City, he recently released his scorching bilingual single “Fire” about embracing the heat and sensuality of the moment.  “”Fire” was a made up of story that came out of my subconscious mind. Continue Reading

Tom Goss discusses his new album, his music videos, being a voice for the LGBT community and what’s next

Tom Goss, an indie singer-songwriter based in California, is a prolific writer and performer who has been using his musical platform over the years to give a voice to the LGBT community. He won Best Gay Musician in DC from The Washington Blade, both in 2011 and 2012, and many of Continue Reading

David ‘Dc’ Logan of OFFICER discusses his upcoming album, his special connection with his fans, his community outreach in London and what’s next for him

London-based musician David ‘Dc’ Logan, better known by the moniker OFFICER, has drawn comparisons to Damien Rice, The National and Florence and The Machine with his strong, emotional and melodic sound.  Logan was born in Glasgow and raised in Northern Ireland, drawing musical influences from Celtic Folk, British Pop, American 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

The Captain’s Son discusses their new album, running their own label and what’s next

California pop band The Captain’s Son, comprised of Paige Byrd (guitar/vocals), Jarred Hayden (drums) and William Hopkins (bass/vocals), blend catchy warm guitar melodies, laid-back harmonizing vocals and upbeat drum rhythms, reminiscent of early California surf pop.  Living in Long Beach, California, the band formed after Byrd and Hayden started playing together as teens. Hopkins later Continue Reading

Imani Coppola discusses her new album, forging her own path as an artist and what’s next

New York-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Imani Coppola cultivated a love of music at an early age, with a jazz musician father, bass playing mother and siblings who were also musicians.  She learned the violin at the age of six and studied studio composition briefly at State University of New York Continue Reading

Twen discuss their new album, making their own merch and what’s next

Nashville based indie rock band Twen, comprised of Jane Fitzsimmons (vocals) and Ian Jones (guitar) as the core members of the band, released their debut album Awestruck on September 20th via Frenchkiss Records.  Though unabashedly indie rock, Twen’s songs genre-bend from shoe-gaze-sized walls of sound to Beatle-esque call-and-response harmonies.  Fitzsimmons and Jones Continue Reading

Azam Ali discusses her new album, becoming an independent artist and what’s next

Azam Ali encapsulates many gifts as an artist.  Born in Iran, schooled in India and having lived in Canada, the LA-based singer, songwriter, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist has been named one of the most versatile and gifted singers and composers on the international stage today.   Spending her formative years Continue Reading

Rod Melancon discusses his new album, his early days and what’s next

Singer-songwriter Rod Melancon is a talented songwriter and storyteller whose lyrics draw inspiration from his life.  The son of a theatre teacher, his mom introduced him to tons of plays and novels while growing up, which in turn influenced the artist he is today.  Born in the back country of Continue Reading