Amid the grid of subway lines and rows of yellow cabs laid out like cornfields, a fateful meeting occurred in Manhattan. Just a few stories up from the roaring voice of the city THE WELLSPRING was quietly born.
Dov Rosenblatt was the lead singer and guitarist of local NY band Fools For April.
September Call-Up's music is thoughtful, creative and genuine. While primarily the vehicle of singer-songwriter Christian Bitto, September Call-Up really began to take shape with the collaboration between Bitto and recording engineer/multi-instrumentalist Jesse Gimbel while working on Bitto's debut, "The September Call-Up EP" in 2012. With Gimbel joining on as a part of Bitto's band in promotion of the EP, the September Call-Up moniker was adopted.
Mieka Pauley possesses a voice that flows like good whiskey and a frankness that makes Alanis Morissette look shy. She conjures up a sonic immediacy with the same masterful command as Ani DiFranco with driving, yearning melodies that stand alongside the work of Michelle Shocked, Neko Case and Emmylou Harris.
Multi-talented 23 year old Callum Beattie is an exciting new talent on the verge of great things.
After a musical apprenticeship that has seen him play hundreds of gigs throughout the UK and Europe, plus TV appearances on both Sky1 and Sky2, the Edinburgh born singer-songwriter has won the admiration of musical judges and critics alike.
Our names are Lydia McAllister (vocals) and Becky East (guitar) and we started writing music together about two years ago when we first started uploading covers to YouTube. As we began to write our own original songs, we also started to play at venues around our local area. Through the amazing support online, we had the incredible opportunity to support McFly in Easter time, which has spurred us to on play even more shows and to release our first studio EP! (Which will be coming soon… Promise!)
Noush Skaugen is a British rock singer with a real Americana sound.
Her new Album 'Buried in Vegas' is a mixture of heartfelt power ballads and hard hitting rock tracks, it walks the line between classic and country rock.
Indie singer-songwriter (with a twist of country) duo Penny Rae has enjoyed success with prior single releases of “Wake Up” and “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” With music downloads covering most of the United States and Canada as well as a multitude of countries, now the duo has released their first EP.
Shane Henry, singer/songwriter/guitarist originally from Oklahoma City and now living in Los Angeles, began his musical journey at 19 when he played 30 national dates on the B.B. King Festival Tour opening for B.B. himself. Following the tour, Shane signed with Shanachie Records, and with the help of fellow musicians Double Trouble, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and producer Kevin Bowe, Shane's album, Deliverance, was created and immediately distributed in stores nation-wide.
After 12 years, one album, two EPs, a handful of singles, an impressive synch licensing resume, and nearly a thousand shows, pop singer-songwriter-pianist Maggie McClure felt ready to make a bold new statement: A majestic and atmospheric album of her most intimate songwriting, Time Moves On. “I feel extremely connected to this album, it’s very personal, and I did a lot experimenting. I didn’t want to play it safe,” the Los Angeles-based artist says.
Emily Danger Is A Dark Cabaret Rock Band From Brooklyn. The Band Consists Of Emily Nicholas (Vocals, Piano, Guitar), Ryan Nearhoff (Vocals, Drums, Guitar, Bass), And Cameron Orr (Violin, Melodica, Synth). They Combine Haunting Melodies And Vulnerable Lyrics With Orchestral, Heavy, And Often Dissonant Arrangements. Their Debut EP, "Paintings", Was Released In 2012 To Critical Acclaim.