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Luke James - Dancing In The Dark

Luke James – Dancing In The Dark

When a new artist hits the scene, adjectives like fresh and honest frequently get thrown around when, in many instances, it’s more hype than truth. But that’s definitely not the case when it comes to Luke James. And just who is Luke James? He’s a singer/songwriter who truly embodies the honesty and fresh, organic soulfulness […]

Tennis - I'm Callin'

Tennis – I’m Callin’

It feels like the late ’70s in music lately. Everybody is releasing dropping disco-infused vibes. Denver’s Tennis are the latest to jump this direction with their new song “I’m Calling”. The Patrick Carney-produced cut offers up a new dimension to the pop-rock duo of Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley making us even more curious to […]

Shannon Saunders - Sheets

Shannon Saunders – Sheets

Shannon Saunders started a YouTube channel in 2009 posting covers of songs by many artists, as well as her own originals. As of July 20, 2014 she has over 52,000 subscribers and over 1.5 million total upload views. Since she was 14, Shannon Saunders has been posting videos on YouTube. Her debut single, “Heart of […]

Leo Stannard – Now Is Not The Time

Young Leo Stannard recently played at the Union Chapel in London alongside Maverick Sabre, Tom Odell, Rae Morris and Lewis Mokler in front of 1200 people “It was a crazy lineup”, he claims. Not the sort of thing the average teenager can say they’ve accomplished by the age of 17. Stannard is also set to […]

Seafret - Explosion

Seafret – Explosion

Hailing from the small town of Bridlington, Jack Sedman (vocals) and Harry Draper (guitar) aka Seafret announce the release of their debut EP ‘Give Me Something’, out September 21st on Sweet Jane Recordings. The EP includes the lead single and EP title track ‘Give Me Something’. The ‘Give Me Something’ EP features five tracks, ‘Give […]

Vérité - Weekend

Vérité – Weekend

Rising New York City songbird VÉRITÉ was just getting warmed up with “Strange Enough,” the debut single that caught the online world’s imagination in July. She’s back with new offering “Weekend,” which, if you just stick to the surface, will likely keep the Ellie Goulding and Lana Del Rey comparisons coming. But listen a little […]

Olympic Ayres - Say My Name

Olympic Ayres – Say My Name

The fellows making up the electro-pop duo, Kamaliza Salamba and Nathan Mifsud, have been pretty synth happy since Olympic Ayres started in 2011. Fun and lighthearted, the guys are moving what started as a bedroom project out into the world and making that world sound like a giant ball-pit filled with keyboards, electric guitars, killer […]

Kandace Springs - Meet Me In The Sky

Kandace Springs – Meet Me In The Sky

Kandace Springs sat down at the piano at Capitol Studios and sang an impassioned rendition of Bonnie Raitt’s “I Can’t Make You Love Me.” Stunned by her arrangement and performance, Blue Note Records President Don Was offered her a record deal on the spot, after hearing only one song. The legendary artist Prince heard her […]

Chrisette Michele - Epiphany

Chrisette Michele – Epiphany

Epiphany is the second studio album by American R&B and soul singer–songwriter Chrisette Michele, released May 5, 2009 on Def Jam Recordings in the United States. Recording sessions for the album took place during 2008 to 2009. In January 2009, the title track “Epiphany” was released as its lead single. Epiphany debuted at number one […]

Moko - Ceremony

Moko – Ceremony

Moko has released a new single, ‘Ceremony’, from her EP ‘Black’. The track itself is smoothly produced and shows off Moko’s strong, soulful voice as her vocals rise and gain strength throughout the track. It’s one to listen to and shows that Moko is a real talent on the UK music scene. Moko – Ceremony […]

Joy. - Captured

Joy. – Captured

Boston-based indie rockers Joy featured vocalist/guitarist Matt Savage and guitarist Daniel Madri, who had previously collaborated in Godboy. (On some tracks Joy also included drummer Matt Dodge and additional guitarist Ariel Rabinovic.) The group’s self-titled 2003 debut for Shrimper nodded to the lo-fi songwriting of Lou Barlow and the Mountain Goats, as well as Guided […]

Ester Rada - Monsters

Ester Rada – Monsters

Ester Rada’s cross-cultural sound is a deep reflection of the Israeli born Ethiopian’s heritage. Growing up in a highly religious Jewish family in more than modest conditions in Israel, gave Rada the drive to change her way of life and fulfill her dream of creating music. Critics describe her genre mixing sound as “gracefully combining […]