March 15, 2016 by Seth Winkler
New York native Josh Jacobson is a producer, singer-songwriter and instrumentalist who is molding his sound. Clean production and soulful vocals are what stand out to me on Jacobson’s tracks. But this new cover of Littler Dragon’s “Twice” takes it to another level. This song will definitely be in my music rotation. Click play and listen to see why.Share
March 12, 2016 by Seth Winkler
Electronic music fans come one come all, I bring to you Dream Beach , a rising electronic act hailing from Detroit, Michigan. His new single “Spill Your Guts” is wonderful and guides us on an audible journey with intricate sound design and forward thinking songwriting. Enjoy!Share
March 8, 2016 by Bryan Peace
Pronounced “Many Names”, the act is the collaboration of Jessica Wahlquist, Lacey Youngblood and J. Childs. Formed in 2015, MNYNMS hit the ground running gaining notoriety by releasing collaborations with artists like TEEEL, New Division and Night Drive and their bootleg remixes MNYNMS – Not in Love (Crystal Castles Cover) and Purity Ring – Belispeak (MNYNMS Remix), while actively working on a catalog of unreleased original content.Share
March 8, 2016 by Seth Winkler
Look whose finally decided to release after laying low the past couple of months. Wheathin is back! Today he has brought us a remix of Opia latest original “Falling”. Opia is a 2-piece Indie Electronic act that with just one track has been taking the Internet by storm. With beautiful lyrics and a guitar that shreds you will be all over this one. Stream and download below, enjoy!Share
March 7, 2016 by Seth Winkler
Man, R.LUM.R is one of those breakout acts that I can easily see becoming a household name stat. His voice is soothing yet potent, and just flat out heart wrenching. Sure there are a bunch of SoundCloud artists everywhere, but I’m saying he’s the next Miguel, Adele, or Santell. Stay tunedShare
March 2, 2016 by Bryan Peace
Wintergatan shows us that amazing music can come from anywhere. Even a crazy machine that drops marbles on metal plates.
But wait, I thought you could only make music on real instruments?! Shut up.
Marbles, wood, silicon, computers, guitars, drums…. whatever. Make music by farting, for all I care. It would still be music.Share
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