Theater and indie music comes together in The Jeffries‘ latest musical project The Demon of Frenchman Street released last May 2013.
Not just an ordinary music compilation, this seven-track album follows the story of detective Royal Jones as he decides to rejoin the New Orleans brass to stop a mass murderer at large in the Bayou–The Demon of Frenchman Street.Read More
Embracing hip hop’s ever-changing landscape, Wally Clark‘s Sportin Waves sounds like an old friend that’s ready to chill and pour you a drink.
Founder of the recording company Gummy Soul, Wally Clark is a Nashville native who marks his sound with a combination of Tennessee’s soul music, hip hop, and Southern charm.Read More
Roaring with distinguished sounds inspired by a Radiohead, Jack White, John Mayer, and Queens of the Stone Age, The Velvet Chameleon‘s latest release is a solid package ready to hit the radio waves.
Simply titled I/O, the five-track collection aims to blend drive and structure with off-beat melodies and rhythms.Read More
Josh Garrels crafts another goldmine in Love & War: B-Sides & Remixes EP. Released last July 2012, this album features eight tracks that are beautifully anchored to the his critically-acclaimed full-length album titled Love & War & The Sea in Between.Read More
Joy Ike is singing her way into the indie stage with Rumors. The Nigerian-born singer/songwriter shares a part of herself as an artist with ten soulfolk tracks.
In 2008, Ike left her career as a publicist and has since then played over 400 shows and has had shared the stage with Deas Vail, Butterly Boucher, Dwele, Najee, to name a few.Read More