Squeeze some inspiration into your week with Nothing But…Spring, a 16-track themed compilation by Nothing But Hope and Passion, a Germany-based music magazine that’s designed for everyone who thinks a bit more about life, who wants to get a bit more from life, and who gives a bit more to live.Read More
Get a hold of City Rain‘s latest musical offering, Songs for a High School Dance, and indulge in tasteful beats and fine-tuned pieces that are perfect accompaniment for every season.
Boasting a hefty collection of 12 tracks, this album captures a youthful fervor and raw intensity that will either make you groove or sway.Read More
Newcastle-based musician/singer/songwriter Matthew Koutnik churns out an astonishing release titled Straight To the Sun. As remarkable as it is beautiful, Matthew Koutnik has crafted something truly out of the typical acoustic realm.
Opener Nestled in the Wings wakes you with an abrupt recurring drums, whistles, and soundscapes that fade through the end.Read More
Texas-based siblings Maggie and Tyler Heath, better known as The Oh Hellos, offers tasteful eclectic folk rock in their self-titled debut EP.
With influences ranging from Los Campesinons! and The Lumineers to The Middle East and Sufjan Stevens, this internationally-independent self-produced musical duo mixes varying styles and genre into one enchanting collection.Read More
Take your shoes off, kick back, and take in the beauty of the season while listening to Learning To Live by Rival Summers.
Painted in sepia and late afternoon walks, this hefty 10-track collection brings us down to memory lane with silky pop rock melodies that fits comfortably in the ears.Read More
MEEMS by Miracles of Modern Science is like a cup of coffee that’s been slowly brewed to perfection, and then added with a shot of rum. Take a classical string section and add a twist of guitar, and you’ll get what this New York-based group’s sound, a revolution of classical music, disco, and dynamics.Read More