Picture this: you were about to hook up with a person you’ve been dating for a long time, and in that moment, your future three-week old self appears, and then your future three-month self, future one-year self, future son, and so on, all of them warning you of what may happen in the years to come if you continue the deed. Crazy, right?Read More
Before releasing French Exit this year, LA-based band TV Girl has crafted yet another flavorful indie album, Lonely Women, released in 2013. The five-track collection features youthful pop tunes that brings a depth of freshness and fun to the indie block, in a not too ‘sweet’ manner. TV Girl is the brainchild of Brad Petering, Jason Wyman, and Wyatt Hamon.
San Diego-bred band Delta Spirit fleshes out some alternative rock tunes in Lost & Found, a seven-piece collection that combines texture and gargantuan tunes that elicit full deep cuts.
Delta Spirit is the brainchild of Jonathan Jameson, Matthew Vasquez, Kelly Winrich, Brandon Young and William McLaren. The band serves a highly enjoyable nexus of rock and pop (with hints of surf musing at times), creating a sound that appeals to young and old fans. Their lyrics are largely inspired by the murder ballads of Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash.
With a thick portfolio that includes national tours, brand endorsements and successful collaborations, Katrina Stone is indeed no stranger to the spotlight. Her latest release proves that this folk-pop songstress from LA is not one to underestimate. Titled The Happy Ones, her 10-track collection features bouncing melodies and signature vocal stylings laden in tasteful pop production.Read More
With an affinity for pop rock, Toronto-based Brighter Brightest treats old and new fans with their recently released album ARROW. Years since their last album, Right For Me, which was well received by the public in 2011, the four-piece band of Derek Hoffman, Alex Westgate, Kyle Topping, and Ryan Mansbridge cook up six tracks of bubblegum pop rock goodness.
Hustle Gang recently dropped G.D.O.D 2, the second installment in the G.D.O.D. mixtape series. With a rich sampling of 19 records, Hustle Gang kept their word and delivered an enjoyable collection that oozes crisp rapping and hip-hop tunes from start to finish.
The album features guest appearances from a number of artists including B.o.B., Travi$ Scott, Young Thug, Trae Tha Truth, Iggy Azalea, Problem, Rich Homie Quan, Shad Da God, Yung Booke, Troy Ave, and many more.