You might know Colin Dieden’s work with The Mowgli’s but, as Little Hurt, he has something to get off his chest. Check out the premiere for his single, “Good as it Gets,” and an exclusive interview here! (Cover photo: KayKay Blaisdell)
Illinois girl-band Avenue Beat consists of Sami Bearden, Savana Santos and Sam Backoff. This self-proclaimed “genzennial collective are strong, smart, fun – in love with life, each other and getting on with it.” Their new self-titled EP releasing July 26 backs up the claim.
The Mannhattan guys are more than just bandmates. They’re friends that get distracted and joke and yell and know how to rock. Watching them record a single was like having a front-row seat to a musical bro-out moment.
Neaptide, a four-man indie rock band from Atlanta, has already started their musical journey with their self-titled EP, Neaptide. In less than a year they already have accumulated thousands of streams on Spotify, and they have taken on yet another project—a music video for their song “Lead Boots”.
Ariel View has a new record Until My Lungs Are Cleared on the way. Tommy got to ask the band about their recent signing to Epitaph Records, their feelings about the new record, and what’s up next for them—check it out here!
Mark Diamond’s ethereal follow-up EP Hummingbird Two hit the airwaves today—to mark the occasion, we got to chat with the Seattle-born singer-songwriter about hummingbird symbolism, the power of taking it day-by-day, and the importance of place. Check out Caroline’s interview with him here!
Following their acclaimed 2018 EP Summer is a Curse, The Faim have dropped their debut record State of Mind—we had a chance to speak with the band about their inspirations, how they’re coping with their newfound stardom, and what the future holds. Check it out here!
Saint Loretto (aka Evan Crowley) introduces us to his uniquely vital indie pop sound (and we’re glad he did!), while analyzing his place in the “pop” world- check out EJ’s interview with him here! (cover photo by Anna Lee Media)
I Don’t Know how But They Found Me’s latest single takes a stab at grappling the “scene” and what makes it tick: from “clout culture” to career-oriented hurdles. Check out Carly’s review of the single and its accompanying music video!