Britpop emerged from the British independent music scene of the early 1990s and was characterised by bands influenced by British guitar pop music of the 1960s and 1970s and indie rock from the 1980s, notably The Smiths. Britpop focused on bands, singing in regional British accents and making references to British places and British culture, particularly the working class. The movement developed as a reaction against various musical and cultural trends, particularly the grunge phenomenon from the United States. Read More
For the coffee house days, Celeb Groh‘s music is like gold. Not overwhelming, yet beautifully entangling – everything you would expect from an artist who has been around his craft since he was 13 years old. So go ahead and check out his lovely music album Bottomless Coffee. It’s there waiting to be heard.Read More
Enduring rush hours, traffic jams and claustrophobic trains are always more bearable with good music at your fingertips, and The Weepies new release is a patient companion to ease your everyday travel.
Singer-songwriters Deb Talan and Steve TannenRead More
In spring, our winter-long hibernation ends, urging us to peel off our cocoons and shift forms. As this season takes into full bloom, let us re-shift not only ourselves, but also our music, paving a way to fresh new sounds that will accompany us throughout the new season.
Blue Herons’ self-titled LP features eleven track of tasteful indie pop that offers a new palette of shoegaze sounds tinted with light, glowing colors. Blue Herons is the dream pop project of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Eric Rubin from Gainesville, FL.
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