Don’t be fooled by The Sorry Shop, the band really doesn’t have anything to be sorry about. Bloody, Fuzzy, Cozy is a brilliant record that showers listeners with fuzzy guitars, hazy vocals and a catchiness you’ll only find in most 90s college rock bands.
How much ‘rocking’ do you need? No matter what quantity you’re craving for, Mike Mains & the Branches are sure to please the senses.
Composed of Mike, Shannon, and Nate, the seasoned indie band is keeping it short and sweet in its Everything EP, culling three songs from their recent full-length, Calm Down, Everything Is Fine.Read More
For lazy Sunday nights, a good pop-rock spin is all you need, and in shades of red and blue. (Loving him was red?)
My Red & Blue, the project of 22-year-old, newbie Nashville local Ben Eggebrecht, is set to make hearts aflutter by taking everyone through “a colorful palette of youth, nostalgia, and summertime” — basically, a whole big bowl of fun.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
Want to quench your playlist with some fresh tracks? Well, buckle up folks, ‘cause Malcolm is taking us to Radiotown!
The New York quartet is back with a full-length release this time, and by its title alone – the apt “Radiotown”, it looks like Malcolm and his boys are poised for world domination this time around.Read More