Okay Embrace’s ‘Drought’ Is Strong, Meaningful Indie Rock From a Talented Composer

Okay Embrace’s ‘Drought (Song of California)’ is patient, well-composed indie rock with a potent, pointed message. This “is the new project of Los Angeles-based songwriter and guitarist David Schaefer,” who “has been a part of the DIY music scene in Los Angeles since his early teens,” he says, “collaborating with other artists such as Phoebe Bridgers and Girlpool and previously releasing music under the name French Negative.” Continue reading Okay Embrace’s ‘Drought’ Is Strong, Meaningful Indie Rock From a Talented Composer

‘Out of My Head’ by Ponte Pilas Is Old School Hard Rock Out of Berlin

‘Out of My Head’ by Ponte Pilas is four-on-the-floor old school hard rock with a garage-influenced sensibility. The band describes this tune as, “a tribute to the powerful sensation of altered states of mind in a turbulent three-minute-forty-second journey.” Continue reading ‘Out of My Head’ by Ponte Pilas Is Old School Hard Rock Out of Berlin

Angela Harris Blesses Country Fans with “Still” to Tease Upcoming Album

Angela Harris has a new song that is a gift to country music fans everywhere. The song “Still” starts with a slide guitar that hangs in the ear as Angela Harris’s soft and alt-country voice hits the microphone. The song is about loving someone that has been down several rough roads in their life but still seeing them for who they are even with their … Continue reading Angela Harris Blesses Country Fans with “Still” to Tease Upcoming Album

Philippe Bronchtein’s “Me and the Moon” Gives Insight to the Lonely Side of Being a Touring Artist

Philippe Bronchtein has brought his gorgeous bluesy voice across the country driving and playing music for over a decade. He wrote the acoustic ballad “Me and the Moon” while touring, because sometimes that’s the only friend an artist has throughout their long journey of living the ultimate artists dream, being a touring musician. “I keep telling myself…this is the life.” – Philippe Bronchtein Bronchtein had … Continue reading Philippe Bronchtein’s “Me and the Moon” Gives Insight to the Lonely Side of Being a Touring Artist

Carousel Releases Catchy Single to Tease Upcoming EP

Hailing from the U.K. is the indie rock act called Carousel. They have recently released quite the banger titled “Don’t Let It Die.” The verses of the song have a chill vibe with Americana-style vocals and melodic yet bluesy guitars. The chorus of the song explodes into something unexpected and much bigger than the verse. The song showcases some great duel vocals and lovable harmonies. … Continue reading Carousel Releases Catchy Single to Tease Upcoming EP

Empowering Trio Luci is out with Stunning Debut Release [Exclusive Interview]

“We’ve been told that each individual voice carries a unique tone by itself, but that when we come together it becomes one voice. That’s actually why we eventually decided to call ourselves by one name. That one voice is Luci.” Luci is the talented songwriting and singing trio based in Los Angeles that have bonded over the empowerment of the “Me Too” movement, a strong … Continue reading Empowering Trio Luci is out with Stunning Debut Release [Exclusive Interview]

Becky Warren Draws Inspiration from Nashville’s Street Paper & Homeless Population

Becky Warren is a socially conscious Americana singer-songwriter who sheds lights on some true American things in her new song “We’re All We Got.” The song, which is a collaboration with Amy Ray, draws inspiration from real stories and real people that are experiencing homelessness in Nashville due to their cities being gentrified. Becky Warren has always made music that inspires change. This song was … Continue reading Becky Warren Draws Inspiration from Nashville’s Street Paper & Homeless Population