Songwriter and musician David Arn joins forces with singer Ava Hart for this acoustic & intimate portrayal of love & parenting in the realm of autism.
Rarely, if ever, has the voice in someone’s head been addressed in such a poetic, emotionally compelling, and strangely immersive fashion.
Yes And No Band have a certain endearing humility about their music, and indeed regarding their online presence. The songs mean something very real & powerful, which is clear…
Massachusetts duo And Darling lead with acoustic guitar strumming and simple, gentle melodies for this poetically reflective and deeply personal new single.
Folk artist and songwriter Chris DeVito drives with purity of concept & performance alike throughout this gorgeously organic, poetic & honest album Beyond The Great Big Sky.
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.
What Smith does is redirect our understanding, and call out to those who are older and have experienced more of life and the world, to let them know they are seen, and they matter – more than ever before.
Jonathan Anderson, first introduced to us as The Tiny Violinist, returns this summer with an intoxicating and deeply emotive composition, aptly titled Heart’s Palisade.
Unique from the offset, Erica Lee Martin’s Take My Picture is every bit the artistic alternative anthem its artwork and title imply.
Superb musicianship and faultless, emotionally relevant songwriting – a series of moments beautifully captured in time.
Perhaps the most eclectic & interesting variety of originals from a singer-songwriter so far this summer. Parmy Dhillon writes from the heart and the depths of the mind, whilst also making sure to be audience aware every step of the way.