Let yourself be captured in Shara Worden aka My Brightest Diamond’s hauntingly earthy voice with Until Now, a six-track sampler that recaps the best of the singer’s creation. The album features some of the most memorable pieces from her three albums: Bring Me The Workhorse (2006), A Thousand Shark’s Teeth (2008), and All Things Unwind (2011).
Every day is a season for love and what better way to celebrate this wonderful feeling than with Tigerweather‘s latest release, Lani. Formed in 2010, Ryan Simpson, Andrew Brooks, Shawan Milton, and Joshua Allen decided to collaborate and create music that’s inspired by their life experiences, where listeners can relate to.
It was not a simple task as they had to drop their current projects that time and focus on Tigerweather. But everything paid off, as this EP as well as their previous ones (Luke and Cassandra), all embodied their ideals and musical vision.
New kids on the indie block, Milky White, proves that they’re not your ordinary pop indie gang. The Charleston, South Carolina natives serves up four skillful pop rock tunes in their new self-titled release. Milky White is Jules Campbell (vocals), Ben Kerley (guitar), Dylan Walker (bass), Sonny Reyes (drums), and Paul Walker (van).Read More
Add some spice into your night with Tarra Layne’s The Yellow Couch Sessions. Edgy and sharp, the collection released in April 2013 features some punchy blues and rock to energize your soul.
Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, Tarra Layne embodies home-grown soul and pop rock’ n roll. Tarra coins her musical brand as “Funktry”—a pleasurable mix of rock and blues as well as the singer’s bold vocals and southern attitude.
Take a break and treat yourself with a visual gem in Elefante, written and directed by Pablo Lacruen.
Spanning for over nine minutes, the short film tells the story of a family man, who has lived a sad and monotonous life consisting of a cheating wife, children who does not talk to him anymore, and a boring nine-to-five desk job. But everything will change when he is diagnosed with a very rare disease, where his human body will slowly change into an elephant.
Fey Moth once again dazzles us in their glamorous and sparkly electro indie pop. In White Blind, the trio from Seattle, Washington serves up five dazzling pieces that do not disappoint their fans.
Sparking things up is Alexander, a sharp, raw electro piece that spins a dark and powerful energy. The eccentric vocals jibe well with the piece, as it gives it originality and texture.Read More