The Vespers, a band consisting of two sibling duos from Nashville (Callie and Phoebe Cryar and Bruno and Taylor Jones), are focused on creating rich southern folk-pop harmonies to soothe our weary minds when life weighs heavily on our shoulders. This six-track primer of their recent album, Sisters and Brothers, is a sweet deal for old fans and new listeners.Read More
Madi Diaz graces the FrostClick scene again with a Stripped Chopped + Screwed version of her tracks in Phantom, her latest album which LA Weekly described as “the most danceable break up record ever.” The pop alternative songstress treats fans with acoustic versions of these well-loved favorites.Read More
Many artists begin their musical journey right in the comfort of their own bedroom. While some never leave their comfort zone to take their music to the next level, only the brave ones have the guts to break through the walls. ikea-graveyard is among the few brave ones.Read More
Known as half of the heartbreak folk duo The Swell Season, Marketa Irglova is no stranger to the music industry. In fact, together with Glen Hansard, they won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “Falling Slowly” from the movie “Once” which they both starred in as well. As a solo artist, Marketa Irglova can hold her ground as she is known for her sentimental songs.Read More
Singer/songwriters have a penchant for writing about love, ad nasuem—
But Carlos Castaño, a Filipino musician, armed with his acoustic-guitar-of-emotional-distress breathes new life into the subject with his vulnerability; combining crowd-pleasing beats with clever wordplay and an introspective take on what is evidently, his preferred subject matter.Read More
Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, Kirsten Ludwig is not your typical pop songstress, as this contemporary singer-songwriter transcends the boundaries of her genre by defying expectations.
Drifting, an eight-track collection, leaves listeners at awe as each note unravels in every nook and crevice that Ludwig’s eccentric music presents. You’ll definitely get a dream-like quality to Kirsten’s music upon first hear, which sounds like a hybrid between Regina Spektor and Emmy Curl.