Posts byEthan Hrenko

“Run Away” With Ruby Greenberg

With all that is going on in the world right now, sometimes you just want to run away. The newest single from New York City singer songwriter Ruby Greenberg “Run Away” tells of longing for home in Colorado. Greenberg is a storyteller, writing warm music in an indie-folk style. This song is the first of
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Check Out in\error’s Death by Design

The debut EP, Death by Design, is an emotional collaboration by in\error. The four-piece band of like-minded members from Salt Lake City have come together to create project that is dark, while also liberating, both in sound and emotional content. On this EP in\error deals with topics such as depression, anxiety, anger, and heartbreak. Heavy
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Get “Wrapped Up” With JAGMAC

It’s always a gift to hear some new music during the holiday season. JAGMAC’s new single and music video “Wrapped Up” is here to bring some cheer, and to show off the music of this talented sibling six-piece group. This track is a modern take on a Christmas song with sleigh bells over a pop
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Check Out Racoon Tour’s “Dentonweaver”

Check out Racoon Tour’s single “Dentonweaver” that shows off their music’s unique and quirky sound, all written on a ukulele and an iPad. Racoon Tour combines elements of various styles of music like indie, punk, emo, electronic, scramz, and pop. The band explores concepts of childhood, class consciousness, and religion. Racoon Tour’s music takes a
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Wilmah Asks Us To “Wait Until Tomorrow”

Wilmah has released a new single “Wait Until Tomorrow,” an upbeat alt-pop song that shows off their unique approach to songwriting. The band writes songs that take many different influences, and play with the formula of what a pop song can be. A heavy focus on lyricism is another defining feature of Wilmah’s music, showing
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Joy Again Shows Us “What Lovers Do”

You might have heard them before and now Joy Again are back with their new single and music video for “What Lovers Do“. This new release comes out following the resurgence in popularity of their 2015 song “Looking Out For You”, which became a viral hit on TikTok. Joy Again has clearly found a formula
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Pollyanna Gives Us A Taste Of ‘Sugar Coat Deluxe’

Sugar Coat Deluxe is the newest album by Pollyanna, a project which expands upon an EP released last year. In this album Pollyanna puts together different genres like a boutique candy store mixing up crazy concoctions (bubble grunge for example). Their eclectic sound curates different influences to create their own style. Pollyanna masterfully puts together
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Find Out “What Gives” With The Dead Bolts

Sometimes it’s easy to tell when a band has got their act together. The Dead Bolts have been honing their craft, starting off from gigging in the Chicago area, and have just dropped their single “What Gives” from their upcoming debut album Pretty And Burnt Out. Their new single is an alternative rock track that
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Cloe Wilder Shows Us “In The Next Life”

Check out the newly released music video for the latest song from Cloe Wilder titled “In The Next Life.” This track comes from her debut EP Teenage Lullabies which was released in January and has already garnered a lot of attention for her. One of music’s youngest rising talents at only 15 years old, Wilder
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Jude Shuma Brings ‘Suzy Space Cadet’ To Life

The new multimedia project Suzy Space Cadet is an album from Chicago artist Jude Shuma that pairs his music with a comic book that tells the story of a girl traveling through space. Shuma, after first releasing music in 2015 has had various songs featured on television and in movies, his warm, psychedelic lo-fi pop
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