One last track before you pack it in for tonight comes from Pacanomad, a Rock/R&b group from London. The project started out a couple of years ago as a guitar and vocals only group led by Nick Cifaldi and Chantel Rivard. Upon writing a few songs together they realized that […]
The Great Escape, a foot-stomping, genre-busting three-piece from Venice CA, have struck that California vein again – with their own blend of raw energy song writing. The trio seamlessly merges classic influences like Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix with modern contemporaries Adele and The Dead Weather.
The three first met […]
Next up is LOVESUCKER, a Charlotte, NC based duo that dabbles in the indie-funk/Rock-soul genre (or as they describe it– East Coast Garage Grime meets West Coast Gypsy Soul). They recently released their self-title EP and is must listen if you want to get your groove on.
Funky, groovin’ basslines and […]
First we hit you with a remix of Fire and the Romance’s “She’s A Devil,” now we hit you with a brand new track, the 3rd single from their forthcoming Adaptations LP called “Rescue.”
On “Rescue” we find the group taking a softer approach to their blend of indietronica goodness. The […]
NYC pop collective, Dog Society, have come out with new album called In the Shade, the follow up to 2013’s Emerge. If you feel like you have heard the name before, it is because we have mentioned them before on this site.
Here is a quick refresher, Dog Society consists of […]
Got some new music to share from CA based indie group, Wetwood Smokes. The group started out with stepbrothers Josh Bowman and Steven Howard playing occasionally with each other for years. While playing tunes they met Chrystian Cano, a friend who just so happened to grow up down the street […]
A few weeks ago we brought you some tunes from this dope new band we found called Fire and the Romance. Based in LA/NYC, their blend of indie-pop made us habitually hit repeat on our computers. The band now follows up their previous single, “Way Down Below,” with a new […]
Wow, I’m totally enamored with this new track from Los Angeles-based indie electro-pop artist Paris Carney. The track is called “Astronaut” and its everything you want from a song, including a a catchy hook that is hard to forget.