Dark Pop from Jane in Space

They have the pop sensibility of Depeche Mode with the dark, industrial sounds of Nine Inch Nails. Electronic rock trio Jane in Space hails...

The Calming Yet Eerie Sounds of Galapaghost

If you're looking for new music similar to The Slang or a contemporary Simon and Garfunkel, then the newest album, I Never Arrived, from Austin based...

Classic Folk Melodies From Chords of Truth

Earlier this month, LA-based singer/songwriter Jason Garriotte aka Chords of Truth, released his first new single, "Freedom." The song serves as an ode to...

3Bubble and J.Gray Unite Houston’s Hip-Hop Scene

Houston rappers 3Bubble and J.Gray share a love and passion not just for making music, but also for supporting local Texas artists. They released...

Glenn Meling’s Ode to Brother Jonathan

In his newest album release, "Minnesota," Glenn Meling explores the massive migration of almost one-third of the Norwegian population to America between 1825-1925. Meling...

Sluka’s Sounds are a Blast From the Past

Listening to Sluka's newest album, "Introversions," feels like I have time traveled back to the 1980s. In both the music and the music videos...

SakkieFTW Creates a Dystopian Experience

Upon first listen to SakkieFTW's newest release "Wasteland" I was overwhelmed. There were so many sounds - grungy, raw electronic distortion paired with Rage...

Alternative Rock Songs from The Slang

If you are nostalgic for some 90s alternative rock, give a listen to the newest EP from The Slang out this summer called "Night...

Temporary Hero Finds His Own Sound

In an attempt to break the confines of only being known as a "cover artist," Portland indie-pop musician Temporary Hero has released his newest...

Sing-a-long with Tumbler

British rock trio Tumbler have come a long way from "kitchen concerts" in the creation of their newest record entitled "Come to the Edge." The...

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