Kelsey Waters, now a decade into her music career, is out with a new song and music video that features the Nashville-based Drag Queen Anita Coxx. The video was released on July 1st and Kelsey Waters calls for an extension of Pride Month for the LGBTQ community. She considers herself a strong supporter of the LGBTQ Community and wanted to spread a message of acceptance … Continue reading LGBTQ Community Supporter Calls for an Extension of Pride Month with “You Got This” [Music Video]
Allan Rayman’s new song “Stitch” can definitely be described as unique. The drums feel like a retro hip hop groove. The vocal tone is raspy and bluesy and extremely soulful. The vocals are sung over the catchy drum groove and a minor sounding guitar riff. Everything about this song is contagious from the vocal melodies to the performance of the band. The song feels authentic … Continue reading Allan Rayman Drops New Music Video for “Stitch” featuring Canadian Designer Daniel Gregory Natale
Hello Noon, the inspiring indie-rock band based in Los Angeles, California is out with their newest music video for their catchy anthem “Run Free.” For this video Hello Noon partnered with Special Olympics athletes to raise awareness, celebrate neurodiversity and highlight the intelligence, kindness and positivity of Special Olympics Athletes. The video includes beautiful footage of Hello Noon performing with many Special Olympic athletes, short … Continue reading Hello Noon’s Inspirational Music Video Collaboration with the Special Olympics “Run Free” is Out Now!
“Care about the things that matter, don’t let everything and anything dictate your decisions on how you live life. Have fun While you can.” – some words of wisdom from The Fallaways After a long wait, the edgy Vancouver B.C. rock band, The Fallaways are out with new music as a follow up to their 2017 Skiddish EP. Their new skate-punk banger is titled “Dumb” … Continue reading Vancouver’s Edgy Pop Punk Band, The Fallaways Release Catchy Party Anthem “Dumb”
Johanna Chase – “Another Lover” Field Medic – “used 2 be a romantic” The Get Up Kids – “Satellite” Ryan Cassata – “Back Down South” Hello Noon – “Morning Song” The Dream Eaters – “Bats in the Belfry” Continue reading Have you seen these 7 music videos?
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
Honeysuckle is a Boston based folk band that frequently tours the country playing shows. Their new song “Fire Starter” is driven by acoustic instrumentation and harmonies that are as smooth as honey. Their story-telling lyrics share thoughts about a geographically change in life, more specifically the thought of leaving the city they live in to go back to their more simple hometown. The lyrics come … Continue reading Honeysuckle Fuse Traditional Instruments with Modern Folk Vocal for a Peaceful Sound [Music Video]
“Emily” is Maybelleen’s fun new indie-pop song and music video. The song definitely feels retro and may even remind listeners of Elvis Costello, Squeeze or T. Rex. It feels like a quirky classic rock anthem with tasteful electronic effects. “Emily” is definitely a mood booster, so turn it up! The music video is psychedelic in terms of shooting style, the colors and the effects. It … Continue reading These Two Brothers are Making Retro Indie Pop Music
De’Wayne Jackson is out with a new song called “Family Tree” in which he shows off his incredible rap talents. His flow on the song is impeccable and jam packed with raw emotion that cuts through the heart of the listener. Every word is delivered with sincerity and it comes across in the recording. The lyrics are extremely moving, telling De’Wayne’s story of being a … Continue reading De’Wayne Johnson’s “Family Tree” Tells his Story of being Young & Black in America [Music Video]
Blending in doom metal, EDM, ambient tones, progressive rock, and psychedelic/experimental electronica, Post Death Soundtrack is a unique voice in the industrial music world. Last month, they released their latest album, It Will Come Out Of Nowhere, a powerful collection of 11 industrial songs ranging from dark ambient to bombastic rock, sometimes within the same track. The album’s lead single features a great music video … Continue reading Post Death Soundtrack and their Unique Brand of Industrial Music