Your new fav artist just released her single “Everything It Wasn’t” and the accompanying video and it’s going to be stuck in your head for the rest of the summer! PAPER says, “the single possesses Stonestreet's innate hitmaking prowess.” Check out the first look over on PAPER!
courtship.’s hot new single “Guy Stuff” is getting the love it deserves with a placement on Spotify’s New Music Friday! courtship.'s "Guy Stuff" is a tongue-in-cheek ode to the human nature engrained in men. It's one of those songs that gets better with every listen.
Hillydilly says it’s “yet another infectious dance groove that will certainly take to the masses.”
We are so obsessed - the mesmerizing and undeniable talent CLARA-NOVA is back with her newest banger, "Free," and if you weren't already in love, you will be after giving this song a listen.
Consequence of Sound says it's an "airy alt-pop track designed for (and partially during!) top-down drives along coastal highways. It's building layers are the aural embodiment of a weight being lifted, while the beating rhythm provides the driving force to press on to whatever comes next."
mxmtoon, the stunning project of Oakland-based Maia, brings her ukulele playing, folk-enriched style, and personal story to life in her new single "i feel like chet."
All Things Go says, "Armed with just a ukelele and her voice, mxmtoon is turning a lot of heads. The 18-year-old Oakland artist has been creating enchanting bedroom-folk singles since 2017. Today she keeps things going with "i feel like chet," an ode to legendary jazz trumpeter Chet Baker."
The FADER says "It's a sweet lil pop number filled with extremely relatable lyrics...The clip looks like a perfect montage from an 80s teen movie. Even though he's singing about not fitting in and feeling self-conscious, standing in the middle of his group of friends, it looks like he's doing alright."
Tangie Town, the musical project of Los Angeles-Portland based brother duo Sam and Sloan Martin, bring a breezy, nostalgic sound to their debut EP. Donning 4 unique tracks, it's an album for winding road trips, evenings under the stars, or a night out in a neon metropolis.
We Found New Music writes, "Each melody is equal parts haunting & compelling, simultaneously getting stuck in your head and under your skin."
"Whispery tease of a vocal," "just so damn sultry," "flirts with temptation," "sensual, sexy jams."
These are all words used to describe Marian Hill's music. Marian Hill takes on the ever-important role of changing the narrative and challenging the language that describes women in music. You can see it first-hand in their new video for their track, "Wish You Would."
Flaunt Magazine gives a first look at the video and dives into a Q&A talking all things Marian Hill - their inspiration, creation process, international success and how it's all shaped their music today.
Crunchy guitars and a stellar bass line ring loud as Nate Wells' vocals pierce your soul with the poignant line, "Could you love me at all?" "Cup of Tea" bites back - full of attitude and oh so catchy. The Solarists' effortless sound, memorable hooks and relatable lyrics make for the ultimate summer soundtrack and lucky for us, it is here right in time!
"Pavement" is like a breath of fresh air on a Sunday morning - full of life, crisp, and boundless. The Wild Honey Pie says it, "is a song about the good ol' days and the hope that they're not all behind you. Just one listen and chances are you'll be taken back to that one summer that made you want to live forever."
Equal parts heartbreaker and nose-breaker, Madge is an LA-based DIY punch-pop producer striving to crush the industry's gatekeeper culture and boys' clubs. Her new track, "Alice," is electric, eclectic, and alluring and now she's got a DIY video to go with it.
C-Heads says, "The LA-based indie pop artist has managed to find a sound that is incredibly unique, yet accessible. She's an artist for artists, but also for the kids. Doing all of the writing and production herself, she's found a way to run bubblegum far into left field, and seemingly without much effort. Today, she offers us a glimpse into what she calls "the Madge universe." A sugary, yet slightly terrifying realm where her dear friend Alice resides."
Tanners' new single, "Empress in Reverse," is silky smooth, dreamy and irresistible. Reminiscent of that 70's disco feel, Tanners takes us on a ride to an underground disco joint in this tune.
FADER says of the track, "Tanners makes energetic psych-pop with melodies eager to worm their way in your head. Today, she's debuting her latest single 'Empress In Reverse,' an electric tangle of guitar and synth with a mid-song drum flourish that makes me lose my mind a little bit."
Imperfect Fifth says of the video, "Clear, precise visuals. This video encapsulates the trio's live performances tactics, while allowing them to partake in a short film-like storyline..."
Atwood Magazine says, "The Habits' "Calling Me Up" is special: With its crests, valleys, and lush swirls of energy, it carries a weight that extends well beyond the band's identity - wrapping us in waves of familiar strain, tension, hope, and longing."
Looking for the a good-ol summer bop? Look no further. Tofer Dolan's "Baby Daddy," twists the typical elements of pop-music into a Picasso-esque, surrealist experience.
It was a late-night dream the sparked the start of Tofer Dolan, the musical project of singer Asher Roth and producer Oren Yoel. Tofer Dolan is a departure from the artists' previous musical ventures and their debut into the alternative-pop world. Give it a listen, you won't be disappointed.
Earmilk says, "Keller becomes heartbreakingly exposed on this electro-pop tune and it's a wonderful display of the vulnerability found in her songwriting."
Sky explains, "'Weekend' is about an unattainable love. It's about wanting someone who is unavailable but for some reason this person (you desire) still keeps you around in some capacity. I really hoped I'd be able to change her mind, but in the end, she wanted nothing more than to have fun."
Atwood Magazine says, "The Habits' new song is a special combination of love and tension: The kind of song that says exactly what it needs to say, capturing all the little things while weaving a wide net that everyone can relate to...Brimming with euphoric indie pop energy and frenetic, love-fueled passion, The Habits' 'Calling Me Up' dives into the pain of keeping the spark alive when the lights are already out."