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Front Country Release Gorgeous Folk Tune “How Can You Sing”

Nashville based pop meets folk collective Front Country have just released their fourth single. The track entitled "How Can You Sing" features soulful layered vocals, bluegrass soundscapes and infectious melodies. The soothing folk song is about embracing and leaning into discomfort. Singer and songwriter Melody confides, "It’s all about finding balance, and for me, cultivating… Continue reading Front Country Release Gorgeous Folk Tune “How Can You Sing”

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Rock Outfit Burning Pools Release Infectious and Gritty “White”

Los Angeles based rock collective Burning Pools release an anthem dedicated to immigrants. Entitled "White", the single features punk rock vocals, clashing guitars and driving basslines. The track details how important immigrants are to America and how unfortunate it is that racism still plagues the country. Singer Ginger confides, "White was written for all of… Continue reading Rock Outfit Burning Pools Release Infectious and Gritty “White”

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Elizabeth offers a warm and delicate version of “go your own way”

Aussie queer pop priestess Elizabeth is back but this time with a stunning cover of the famed Fleetwood Mac smash "go your own way". Featuring emotive vocals pouring over sparse piano, Elizabeth's version highlights the intense anguish of a lover giving up. The cover is one of the new upcoming singles off of a deluxe… Continue reading Elizabeth offers a warm and delicate version of “go your own way”

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Rebecca Perl’s “blame you” brings up all the feels

New York raised and LA based singer-songwriter Rebecca Perl writes candid songs about love and loss. Her latest offering is the indie pop ballad "blame you" which showcases Perl's warm vocals and delicate layered melodies. The single is a perfect anthem for a love scene gone bad in a major motion picture. The accompanying visuals… Continue reading Rebecca Perl’s “blame you” brings up all the feels

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Xelli Island’s whimsical world in “Bad For You” new visuals

Xelli Island has been compared to a more pure pop version of Grimes and I definitely hear that. In her latest infectious single "Bad For You", the singer shows her intense desire for an object of affection. Her accompanying visuals show vast desert landscape highlighting the cinematic soundscapes she crafts. "Bad For You" features unique… Continue reading Xelli Island’s whimsical world in “Bad For You” new visuals

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Elthia’s poignant “i love you but you make me cry”

Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Elthia creates innovative indie pop fused with classical guitars. Her debut single is entitled "i love you but you make me cry" and it gives us all the feels. The track details a broken relationship and how a partner can just shut down and build walls. Elthia confides, “The message of… Continue reading Elthia’s poignant “i love you but you make me cry”

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Cassidy Wards Off “The Devil” In New Single

Berlin-based singer and songwriter Cassidy has just released a poignant new single entitled "The Devil". The raw emotive ballad details heartbreak and the despair that comes when a relationship comes to an end. Cassidy wrote the song on a piano with a bottle of wine and the minimalist of the soundscapes shines thru. The real… Continue reading Cassidy Wards Off “The Devil” In New Single

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Spence’s Quirky Indie Pop Banger “Standby (Dnt Luv U)”

New York based singer Spence creates indie pop music filled with vibrant beats, straightforward lyrics, and electro funk soundscapes. He first burst onto the scene with his debut single "Sight" in July and is back with an upbeat track about failed love. Entitled "Standby (Dnt Lov U)", Spence shapes his delivery as a conversational pattern… Continue reading Spence’s Quirky Indie Pop Banger “Standby (Dnt Luv U)”

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Cameron Hawthorn Is A Rising Country Artist To Watch

Nashville-based Americana meets country singer-songwriter Cameron Hawthorn has just released his debut five-track EP. Entitled Mustang, the EP is a relatable body of work detailing everything from embracing one's own true self, understanding loss and the hurt one can cause another and how important friendships are. Sonically, the EP features soft folk inspired ballads such… Continue reading Cameron Hawthorn Is A Rising Country Artist To Watch

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Middle Part “&Cry” Is Poignant Synth-Pop

Brooklyn-based Middle Part creates stunning tragic indie pop laced with synths and cinematic soundscapes. His music details his struggles with mental illness and his ultimate recovery. The multi-instrumentalist songwriter went to Alaska to write and center himself. The result is "&Cry" a triumphant debut single off his upcoming six-track EP I Wish I Was Alive.… Continue reading Middle Part “&Cry” Is Poignant Synth-Pop