NY-based, eclectic pop/rock songstress/music producer, TRISTN, releases her track, “ANywhere But Here,” from her upcoming album, January, due out  September 8The track was produced by  Steve Kupillas (Oak and Ash, Brand New) This is pure,  slippery and abrasive architectural happiness. With angular blocks of sound pushed against the sweet chirruping voice.” (RawRamp).  Listen to “Anywhere But Here”

NYC’sprogressive/cinematic rock project, Orissa, drops the new track, “T ara” from the upcoming album, Resurrection, due out this Fall. Mixed by Sahaj Ticotin, (RA; Meytal Cohen; Adekain; September Mourning) and mastered by Paul Logus, (Stone Sour; Steel Panther; Shadows Fall) the LP showcases, “progressive metal that demonstrates remarkable mastery.” (Codifiers)   Listen to the new track
  • Austin’s soul/Pop guitar virtuoso/vocalist, Jackie Venson, drops her new single/live video, “Flying” and announces a tour alongside guitar legend, Gary Clark Jr. ahead of her new EP, Transcends, due out September 30, 2017

    “Her delicate, yet mesmerizing voice and the ease with which her fingers find all the right notes along her guitar’s neck will have your head in the clouds.” (VIBE Magazine) watch the video 

LA-born, Alt/pop act, CRANE, release their video, “Bitches Upstate” from their recent album Fear of Flight, “the most unique video you’ve seen yet this year.” (idobi Radio)  Listen to the album 

Baltimore-based alt/hard rock band, Crashing Atlas, drop  their track, “Savages,” from their forthcoming album Ascend, due out September 22, 2017. The band have been rising in the ranks, with the support of Spencer Sotelo (Periphery), engineer Taylor Larson (From First To Last, Veil of Maya, I See Stars) and producers, Billy Decker (Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean) and Jim DeMain (Elton John, Bob Seger, Lynyrd Skynyrd).

NYC-based, hard rock trio, Between the Rain, and their single,  “Mudroom.“  Mudroom” is a song about the phenomenon of having a bittersweet and uneasy alliance with technology. “Between The Rain sound like a cross between Silverchair and that band BAD4GOOD…f*cking awesome!” (SYFFAL) Listen to “MUDROOM” 

Kansas City-based, Alt/electro/pop band, Yes You Are, drop their video, “HGX.” The track may already be familiar as it premiered on a Pepsi MAX commercial. Since its unveiling, the track has been played thousands of time, during broadcasts including the Billboard Music Awards, Oscars and The Bachelor finale. Still in heavy rotation, the song was also featured in the hit movie Bad Moms, as well as FX’s Tyrantand MTV’s Scream.  Listen to HGK

LA-based, downtempo/industrial songwriter, Resin, releases her live video, “Hoarse,” from her upcoming album Fidget, due out August 25. “Hoarse deviates from the well-travelled road of dime-a-dozen electro-pop in favour of unexpected, unsettling chords and melodies, drawing on hallmarks of genres from grunge and ambient to classical, folk and industrial music, wrapped up in an exceptionally delightful downtempo bow.” (TheMusic.com,au) Listen to “HOARSE”