Lady Murasaki’s first EP spreads the band’s unique sound that spans from jazz, pop, blues, and lounge. Released last February 2012, the collection features four tracks that will satisfy one’s musical craving.
ATTENTION: We’ve just uncovered a “rare” gem, and it’s Tearjerker’s acclaimed 2011 EP, Rare.
The boys do what they do best – dream pop – and the results are just astounding. As it turns out, the collection became an experimental ground on every possible route ‘shoegaze’ can take; a mixtape of sorts, if you will.
Plunge in some dark folk rock from Portland, Oregon’s favorite artist, Leigh Marble. Released November last year, Pony is a four-track EP that keeps the fire burning for Marble’s musical brand after his successful release of his full-length album Where The Knives Meet Between The Rows.
Up On The Hill‘s self-titled EP shares a matchless combination of old-time, bluegrass, and folk music. It was released on November 2012 with Josh Corrigan on guitar, banjo, harmonica, and vocals; Kate Corrigan on bassolele; Sean Diaz on fiddle and vocals; and Adam Sherrerd on mandolin and vocals as well.
Seattle native Peter Michel, also known as Hibou, is here to amuse your hearing machine with Dunes. This EP is a collection of dreamy, vibrant, indie-pop tracks that are too irresistible to not put in your summer playlist.
Ambient blues rock has a leg up with other genres when it comes to writing reflective lyricism that punches the heart. This intent to hone clear stories into a relaxing yet entertaining fashion is clearly shown in Clare Costello‘s Halloween EP.
Tank a.k.a. PacBoiTank recently released his latest musical project, 6 Shots. Tank uses his lyrical ability to translate his present struggles as a father and as an artist into his craft.
This EP includes verses from fellow Austin emcees Kydd Jones, Deezie Brown and Lil Milez, as well as native Oregonian Cory Kendrix and Philadelphia’s Asaad AKA Saudi Money.