Alt/soul rock ‘n rollers, Wyves, and their new track, “Bitch Has Got Problems.” They have already taken huge strides since their formation only two years ago. They  have shared the stage at festivals and as direct support to acts including, Gary Clark Jr, Leann Rimes, Govt. Mule, Juliette Lewis, The Stone Foxes, Bad Flower, Vista Kicks, Soft White Sixties and many more. “[Wyves] produce some purest rock ‘n’ roll in the city— straight-up, fully charged electric rock on a blues backbone with an intense live show.”  Listen to the track here:

LA-based, downtempo/industrial songwriter, Resin, releases her album Fidget“Fidget… an icy, foreboding five-pack of electronic music that ranges from slow-mo industrial to throbbing trance behind the singer’s pleading rasp.”  Listen it here:

NY-based, eclectic pop/rock songstress/music producer, TRISTN, drops her video, “Sky Wide Open,”  from her upcoming album, January, due out  September 8

If the earthy, panoramic cinematography somehow doesn’t suck you in, TRISTN’s jubilant vocals will, and her head-on delivery adds to the upbeat sparkle of the single.  Watch it here:

NYC-based, hard rock trio, Between the Rain, and their single,  “44,” which premiered on New Noise Magazine. “Between The Rain sound like a cross between Silverchair and that band BAD4GOOD…fucking awesome!” Listen to it here: 

NYC’s progressive/cinematic rock project, Orissa, drops the title track of their upcoming album, Resurrection, due out November 3. Mixed by Sahaj Ticotin, (RA; Meytal Cohen; Adekain; September Mourning) and mastered by Paul Logus, (Stone Sour; Steel Panther; Shadows Fall) “The track has a haunting multi dimensional feel…and easily lets us know that Orissa has conquered their own unique style and release music that stands out in today’s scene.” Listen to it here:

LA-born, Alt/pop act, CRANE, release their  track, “Evil,” as premiered on Mass Appeal, follow up to their recent album Fear of Flight, featuring LA pop artist, Kyle Reynolds. Fear of Flight will take listeners through a range of genres from electronic and Hip-Hop to punk.” Listen to it here:

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.” Watch it here:

 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. Watch it here: