You may have heard his music on such shows as Gossip Girl, The Office, Chicago Fire, MTV's Friendzone, or Happy Endings, to name a few. You might have caught him at festivals around North America such as SXSW in Austin, NXNE in Toronto, or CMJ in New York. Or maybe you're just discovering his music for the first time. Regardless of how you've gotten to know him, you've already discovered quickly why he's had a steady rise to success over the past few years from the Los Angeles music scene to the international stage.
JD Eicher—singer-songwriter for JD Eicher & the Goodnights—has kept a secret hidden in his band’s previous two albums. But after four years, he divulges it with the quartet’s third album, the pop-rock effort INTO PLACE.
Cathryn Green is a singer-songwriter from East London, South Africa. She has moved in Ireland in 2008 to pursue her career in music, which has been a great idea as she has been declared "Best Female Solo Act of 2011" by Jackie Hayden (who originally signed U2) for the national irish publication "Hot Press".
Cathryn Green was born in East London, South Africa. She began writing her own songs whilst studying to be an accountant at University, having spent her childhood years discovering music through her mother's diverse record collection. She made a decision to move to Ireland to pursue her love for music and soon began to develop her craft. It became apparent that Cathryn's unique vocal style aligned to her uncanny ability to write haunting contemporary music sparked interest from various press and media, not only in Ireland but also in the UK and Europe.
Nashville is a city know for music and for having a fantastic music scene. Over the past three years Nashville Indie Spotlight (NIS) has released three albums showcasing 73 songs from independent Nashville artists. "It is all about community," says Shawn Fowler, founder of Tone Tree Music which curates and releases each album. "The first album in 2012 was inspired by all the great artists I was fortunate to work with and my desire to find a platform to tell more people.
It’s all about striking a balance. Walking the line. Coloring just outside the lines. Creating beyond the confines, such that starkness and familiarity each give way to that poignant, addictive danger: unknown territory.
Independent singer/songwriter Delaney Gibson’s unique style of confessional, theatrical-pop music is on full display with her new album Tall Like the Tree (2014). She wrote over 72 songs in her Bronx apartment, while living and defining her sound in New York City. When it came time to record, Delaney turned to her close friend and ingenious Producer, Joshua Bartholomew. After two months they left his Los Angeles studio with 11 brave and intimate tracks.
After his debut album "We Are Fools", the australien singer-songwriter Riley Pearce is back with a new single called "Roskie".
This song is relaxing, as Riley Pearce knows really well to do. It's like an invitation to travel. The melody of "Roskie" make me think about a road trip.
The ability to reinvent yourself takes talent, without a doubt, both because it requires enough skill to remake your persona and enough courage to let go of who you were before. Lightyear, the brand new electro-pop baby of Lauren Zettler, is the product of such talent in action. Lightyear combines stark, popping electronics, warm, bouncing basslines and Zettler’s own airy vocals, to create a sound that’s both human and intangible—filled with space and feeling.