Classic good vibes and soulful vocals pave the way for this new pop song from Survival Crew Records, Inc.
LA’s Martin Brothers return this summer with a fully conceptualized new single and video, and it welcomes in a brighter section of the year with beauty and optimism.
This is a stunning musical journey through a tale that is sadly at least partially familiar for quite a number of people.
Heavy electronic production meets with an equally heavy bass-line, beat and vocal backbone for this industrial and intense new single from Genesix.
Clean-cut vocals and heavy bass-work meet with faultless rhythm from both the voice and the soundscape, enveloping listeners in this story-line of the climb towards success.
Not only does Hate On Me fit well amidst the sound of 2020, but it leads with a quickly addictive, memorable melody, and a level of color and optimism in general, which effectively help elevate the whole thing.
Matt Clark’s third single release is one that effectively raises the bar and injects a whole new level of colour and passion into the indie pop world.
The perfect musical antidote to feelings of difficulty and division, this is a refreshing and energising piece of music and performance – laid-back yet indicative of unity, blending various genres and personalities, in a manner that simply works.
Introducing himself on a defiant high, Noel Johnson (NDJ) offers up this near-seven-minute pop-rock song of poetic depth and personal reflection.
Openly inspired by the charm and inspiring beauty of Montreal, this new single from DepthCruiser is a brief yet intoxicating journey through organic instrumental delicacy and detail.
Chris Ising’s return this summer brings a brilliant reminder of the passionate, soulful sound he brings to contemporary country music.
Unique from the offset, Erica Lee Martin’s Take My Picture is every bit the artistic alternative anthem its artwork and title imply.