Eddy Yang’s in A NEW CITY with “Split the Night”

First, you start with a drum machine. Then, you add a simple indie rock guitar riff. Finally, you layer this with some emo punk vocal stylings. The final product, Eddy Yang, the 2019 version of Conor Oberst in his basement with a 4 track and a few instruments. No, this isn’t saying that Yang sounds like Bright Eyes necessarily. Instead, what resembles the young Oberst … Continue reading Eddy Yang’s in A NEW CITY with “Split the Night”

Freedom Fry’s EP has a Styx cover & 2 other chill tracks

The band Freedom Fry cleverly thought up their band name because one member is French and one is American. They have just released a 3-song EP “Renegade” featuring 3 incredible songs that you should definitely give a spin. The EP starts off with a unique cover of the popular Styx song “Renegade.” The song is covered in a slow fashion and fits more into the … Continue reading Freedom Fry’s EP has a Styx cover & 2 other chill tracks

Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

Synth-pop band MXMS have just released their new EP “Funeral Pop I” on May 1st, 2019 which features the incredible track “Salvation Hurts.” The duo is made up of Ariel Levitan (vocals) and Jeremy Dawson (back up vocals and synths). MXMS describe their music as “funeral pop”, a mixture of electronic and rock. We definitely think that the description of funeral pop makes sense for … Continue reading Introducing MXMS, their new EP, & the genre “Funeral Pop”

Members of Hello Noon visit the UCLA Children’s Hospital bringing the joy of music

I have spent the last (almost) year getting to know the band Hello Noon. Aside from being incredible musicians and songwriters, the folks in Hello Noon are some of the kindest, most genuine people you will ever meet. Every project, every recording, every show, regardless of the money or the amount of eyes on them, they give it their all. It doesn’t matter if the … Continue reading Members of Hello Noon visit the UCLA Children’s Hospital bringing the joy of music

What Happens When You Fuse Emo, Jazz & Pop-Punk: Current Year

“The inspiration behind Great Job! comes from narcissists and energy vampires you meet in life that manipulate every conversation to be about them. They drag you down, wear you out, and not-so-subtly try to get you to validate them. Everyone is insecure, but these people go above and beyond to get your approval. This song goes out to them.” – Current Year Current Year are … Continue reading What Happens When You Fuse Emo, Jazz & Pop-Punk: Current Year

Keith Ward Dismisses Comments that he needs a “Backup Plan” with New Song

If you’re a musician, you’ve probably been told that you should get a backup plan. For some reason our society is taught not to believe in artists and that being a musician is not a real job. Of course, that’s totally not true. Being a musician takes lots of continuous hard work. To make ends meet, it’s definitely a full time job from the moment … Continue reading Keith Ward Dismisses Comments that he needs a “Backup Plan” with New Song

ViVii Releases Dream Pop Song Written on Day of “Fibromyalgia” Diagnoses

The Swedish pop trio ViVii is is out with some new jams and will embark on a US tour starting in late September. Their latest single to drop is titled “Fibromyalgia” and follows two other singles that they have released in 2019. Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain disorder but the lyrics of the song actually have nothing to do with the illness itself. It was … Continue reading ViVii Releases Dream Pop Song Written on Day of “Fibromyalgia” Diagnoses

Move Over Country Music, Nashville’s Best Export is a Pop Punk Band

Born in my home city of Philly, Nashville pop punkers Best Intentions dropped a new track and music video. While I refuse to approve of the NY Yankees ballcap the singer wears, I certainly can vouch for their brand of punk rock. Blending that punk brashness with a sugary sweetness, fans of bands like New Found Glory, Good Charlotte, Panic! at the Disco, and Yellowcard … Continue reading Move Over Country Music, Nashville’s Best Export is a Pop Punk Band

“One Day at a Time” by Jeremy Voltz is an Unforgettable Acoustic Anthem

Jeremy Voltz song “One Day at a Time” has been heard over 6 million times after it was featured in a video on the viral site “The Dodo.” The song has an uplifting vibe in both the music, and the lyrical content. It contains lyrics that tell people to push on through and keep going. It’s a message that many people really need to hear … Continue reading “One Day at a Time” by Jeremy Voltz is an Unforgettable Acoustic Anthem

Winnie Raeder Sings the Pains of Heartbreak in Chilling Debut Single

Winnie Raeder is a singer-songwriter who was born in Denmark and is currently based in London. Her song “Don’t You Dare” is breathtaking from the first note she sings. Her voice is unique and moving, bursting at the seems with raw emotion. She sings with a sense of urgency in this chilling single, with lyrical content that is focused on the pains of utter heartbreak. … Continue reading Winnie Raeder Sings the Pains of Heartbreak in Chilling Debut Single