Two Stars Collide – two worlds unite; two artists, of varying genres and experiences, work as one to create something powerful.
Artist & songwriter Casey Ryan takes things back to the bare essentials with this beautifully soulful, stripped-back acoustic delivery that is Shapeless.
Massachusetts duo And Darling lead with acoustic guitar strumming and simple, gentle melodies for this poetically reflective and deeply personal new single.
Manchester’s own Test Card Girl has written a classic song with a fresh & unique set-up & sentiment, and all of the building blocks seem to fall perfectly into place.
Music has always played a strong role in reminding us of the hopeful qualities in life, and Jeremy Roske’s A Little Love couldn’t have come at a better time.
Experienced street performer and traveler James Ethington III, currently hanging his hat in New Mexico, emerges this summer with a uniquely creative collection of original songs.
Creatively blending contemporary production with a ukulele lead and notably characterful vocals, Kaylee Patterson hits the indie scene with style and intention.
Unique from the offset, Erica Lee Martin’s Take My Picture is every bit the artistic alternative anthem its artwork and title imply.
Blissful delicacy and positive energy pour through in waves of warmth for this brand new, aptly-titled single from Elias Salbu.
Adopting a partly Americana-like manner of writing and sound design, throwing in just a touch of electronic audio play, What Fate Holds proves a quickly warming, folk-pop anthem that’s a pleasure to listen to.
Mitchell Zia lifts the mood in an instant with an upbeat pop song designed for and dedicated to celebrating the life and love of a significant other.
If you’re a fan of the kind of songwriting and tone once mastered by the likes of Tracy Chapman, UB40, Jack Johnson – George Hierro is a superb indie artist, with a fine ear for effective melodies, beautiful guitar work, and a lyrical backbone that opts to roam where much of mainstream music wouldn’t dare.