LP: Amery Rey Tuesta – LatinoAmeryca

Love listening to something off the beaten path? We do too, that’s why I think you will enjoy Peruvian-born mult-talented artist, Amery Rey Tuesta. Currently living in Sweden, this singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and sound engineer integrates a wide variety of styles, including funk, rock, metal, punk, blues, rap, Latin, soul, psychedelia, and pop. […]



Video: Jason Achilles Mezilis – Panhandle

New music for your Thanksgiving break comes from LA artist, Jason Achilles Mezilis. The prolific musician has had his hand in the industry for a while now and has no intention of stopping. Mezilis was classically trained in piano from a young age and ended up with the electric guitar a week after his first Van […]



Single: Cranky George – Misery Road

Los Angeles-Based Indie Rock Band, Cranky George, who we have talked about in the past, have a new single out called “Misery Road.” Misery Road is the second single from the band’s debut full length album Fat Lot of Good. “Misery Road” wears its emotions on the sleeve with a little help from some country […]



Listen: Wild Fur – Can You See Me

The story of Wild Fur start with 2 guys, Wylie Hunter and Nick Jaeger, passing back demos of material they were working on. This led them to a musical collaboration that turned out their new dreamy single, “Can You See Me.” While listening to the track, you can see that these two guys broke with […]



Listen: Robin B. Czar

Get ready to rock your faces off with Uk artist, Robin B Czar. The talented musician has an inherit uniqueness to them that can only be experienced. His blend of heavy metal is only matched by impressive melodies and that come from his mind. With top 40, mass-produced bubblegum pop music overflowing from our radios, […]



Video: Cranky George – Nighttime

Los Angeles-Based Indie Rock Band Cranky George have a new single out called “Nighttime.” This five peice has brought together members and musical styles from both sides of the Atlantic to create a unique take on folk-influenced indie rock that is a bit different from the rest. Touted as a “A siren call for lovers […]



Single: Convey – Speed Dial

New music today comes form LA group, Convey. This awesome band, which started in Boston, MA in 2009, is bringing some crazy nostalgia with every chord. We checked out their brand new single called “Speed Dial” and we really enjoyed it – once we hit play, it brought a flood of great memories from years […]



Video: Marwan Maurice – I Can’t

Saturday’s tune come from singer/songwriter Marwan Maurice. This multi-instrumentalist/one-man-band began his career in music after a successful profession as an international basketball player. However, he realized in his heart that his passion truly lives within music. He sent us over his latest single, “I Can’t”, to check out and it we loved it from the […]



Video: As the Tide Goes By – Scott Taylor

Today’s tune comes from Scott Taylor, a DC-born r&b/soul singer-songwriter. Singing his heart out since he was 6 years old, he sent us over the video to his latest single titled “As the Tide Goes By.” The tune has this trippy, laidback vibe that reminds me of The Doors every time I hear it. Also […]



Single: Thirsty – God Bless America

Today’s fresh sound comes from London-based rock group, Thirsty. The band began as a songwriting collaboration between an English rock musician, Guy Bailey and Russian poet, Irina D. Guy started to infuse his early punk, psychedelic and arthouse sensibilities with Irina’s absorbing lyrical stories concerning Mafioso’s, Kennedy’s and Soviet snipers. They then headed into the […]



Video: Skinny Is Green- Dreamers

New music for your weekend pleasure comes from Texas band, Skinny Is Green. After his previous band, Nisarga, went on hiatus, frontman Rav Sitaula started to experiment with electornic compositions while integrating a lot of dubstep influences. This combination led to layered tracks that build on top of each other to create the Skinny Is […]



Listen: Herman Martinez – Solopsi Radio

New music today comes from NJ multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter, Herman Martinez. He has been in the music game for the past 16 years and his written over a hundred songs that he’s looking to share with the world. He sent us over his solo album, Sloops Radio, a project he worked on with producer Ahmed Mahmoud to check out and […]



Video: Jennifer Hope – Bring Me to Life (Cover)

New music for this week comes from LA alternative singer/songwriter, Jennifer Hope. Known for her ethereal/dreamy vocals and unique vocals she has undertaken the challenge of covering “Bring me To Life,” a song originally done by Evanescence. And i have to admit I’m loving her take on it. On this version Jennifer hooks up with […]



Video: The Quicksilver Kings – The Man With No Heart

Next up we take it down a notch with a delicous folk-rock tune from The Quicksilver Kings. The group, born in 2012 through a shared love of beer, classic music, cigarettes and other things, have really got something here with sixties inspired catchy tunes that blend blues, folk country and pop. They sent us over […]



Single: Nick Urb – Emily

Ladies, get ready to fall in love… with a little help with Nick Urb. This Detroit Artist has been playing in bands around Michigan for over 8 years playing at any place he could. This led him to released his first album 2012 called We Are Able, which rode the tails of the emerging mellow […]



Listen: After Alice – Chump

New music today comes from After Alice, an Alternative Rock / Power Pop band founded and produced by Steven Fennell, a music industry veteran who has worked on projects of all genres over the past 30 years. They sent us over one of their tunes called “Chump” that has been getting some traction on college […]



Single: Underlined Passages – Everyone Was There

New music today comes form Underlined Passages, a new project from Rich Marcinek, Jamaal Turner, and Michael Nestor and (ex. Seldon Plan). They usually play driving indie rock tunes, but on this project decided to take it down a bit and give you some delicious indie-pop gems. With the release of their new album coming […]



EP: Champ de Mars

Fresh for you years this week is a brand new rock band from Washington DC called Champ de Mars. The ensemble of writers, artists, journalists, absorbers was assembled by David Emerick and together they make some solid indie rock tunes. They sent us over the latest self titled EP to check out and we were […]



Listen: The RA-6600 – Alien Planet

New tunes for you courtesy of Nashville duo, The RA-6600. They sent us over a copy of their latest album, Alien Planet, to check out and it is an album that captures the true DYI spirt. Recorded in a garage with one microphone and the vocals into the on-board mic of a 2009 Macbook, they […]



Album: Red Martian – Slow Motion Samurai

Red Martian is their name, and shoegazzy indie rock is their name. Formed in 1999, Red Martian came out of the DIY punk scene in Seattle, WA. Drawing influences from My Bloody Valentine, New York Dolls, and Iggy Pop, they bring those influences to a new age of rock. They sent us over their new […]