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lomon, “escape velocity”

by: leigha stuiso It’s not often that you come across an artist who has a quirky brand of space-themed advocacy, but if that’s what you’re looking for you are in the right place. Seattle-based artist Lomon released his latest single, “Escape Velocity”, which is an...

whiterosemoxie, “west side boys”

by: leigha stuiso Up-and-coming hip hop artist whiterosemoxie debuted the music video for “west side boys” ahead of the release of his next mixtape. The video premiered on Pigeons & Planes’ YouTube channel and was shot, directed and edited by Jax Anderson....

tyrone’s jacket, “streets”

by: katy mombourquette Tyrone’s Jacket has dominated the live performance scene with their dynamic shows that boast high musical/visual production value and energetic acts that have earned them spots on three national tours and multiple music festivals, including a...

zanya, “wake up”

by leigha stuiso Zanya is releasing a new track called, “Wake Up”, that calls people to action and to take a look into current and past problems. There is no better time than now to release a song that deals with equality and speaking up for what needs to be done....

rakes, “dig deep”

by: katy mombourquette The dual-vocal quartet Rakes are busting out traditional rock and infusing it with soul and danceability with the bold single “Dig Deep” off their upcoming self-titled debut album. The album explores the big, punchy sounds of rock in ways that...

michelle ray, “chasing shadows”

by: katy mombourquette Michelle Ray channels her rich musical background to produce an electrifying summer bop with her new single “Chasing Shadows.” Growing up in an extremely musical home, Ray had an opera singer manager for a grandmother and a rock band manager for...

the nevada city album

Welcome to Nevada City. The small town is infused with musical talent across several genres, and it’s all showcased on The Nevada City Album, a compilation put out by Dowd Records in celebration of the Nevada City Film Festival. As we come across each artist featured...

mokita, “down”

by: leigha stuiso Mokita is here to remind you that you are not alone in the music video for his latest single, “Down”. With the somber piano introduction, the video zooms in on Mokita in an old Mercedes Benz. The video was directed by Mika Matinaza and takes the...

the sea the sea, stumbling home

by: katy mombourquette It’s a long life, made up of seemingly infinitesimal moments. The Sea The Sea captures those moments when you feel incredibly alive and in the world and reimagines them as flashes of light in their new album, Stumbling Home. When time seems to...

still ghost, “look up”

by: leigha stuiso The New Jersey music scene is infamous for having successful artists emerge, such as Pinegrove, Halsey, and Bleachers. It seems that New Jersey-based band Still Ghost may be on a similar path to that Garden State status with the new single “Look Up”....

caitlin pasko, greenhouse

by katy mombourquette In an effort to work through the trauma of a psychologically abusive relationship, Caitlin Pasko offers Greenhouse: nine hauntingly pensive songs that aim to heal the self and move on from past wounds. A greenhouse is a structure that protects...

fukc, “k.n.o.w.”

by: katy mombourquette FUKC (French-UK-Connection) has released a new surprisingly groovy piece of electronica, “K.N.O.W.” Lemu and John met in Paris but now live and collaborate across time zones to create coherent, genre-defying tracks. Lemu looked to the UK to...

jake miller, “ross & rachel”

by: leigha stuiso For fans of Friends, even those who aren’t, Jake Miller dropped a Friends inspired single, “ROSS AND RACHEL”. The track follows the release of “BLAME IT ON YOU” and “SAVED ME”, all off his forthcoming EP due out this fall. Miller has been crafting a...

mating ritual, the bungalow

by: katy mombourquette The LA indie-rock duo Mating Ritual has released The Bungalow, a quirky album made for the summer of 2020 that we never got. Finished on the day before mandatory quarantine hit, the album plays like an ironic look at a world that at one time, we...