If The Fray were to record a gospel collection, this would’ve been the outcome.
Matthew Reed, a proud Christian and product of churches and worship teams on his teens, is poised to bring the message of God to everyone through a medium which instantly connects everyone: music.Read More
When was the last time you listened to a simple pop-rock record?
Amidst a musical landscape that has acts continuously trying to sound sophisticated, Jonathan Jones keeps things fairly basic and straightforward. He culls inspiration from the late 00′s big names (Coldplay, The Fray, and Jimmy Eat World) to create music that’s as radio-friendly as its easily likeable.Read More
Sometimes, the cure to a seemingly banal existence is a quick dose of infectious pop.
This is exactly what newcomer Stacy Barthe [if you still count 2011 as new] is offering us. With her 2013 EP, P.S. I Love You, Barthe presents eight tunes of love — diversely presented for last year’s Valentines celebration — greatly puzzling us why we’ve never heard this promising talent before.Read More
Combine Fiona Apple and Regina Spektor and you get the whimsical and fresh sound of Lindsay Katt. In her October 2013 release, Picking Out Boxes, the performance artist/musician/songwriter elicits some goosebumps by combining rich vocals, upbeat indie pop, and some heavy pensive songwriting.Read More