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Colin Clyne Talks About Heartache With His New Single ‘Within Hindsight’

Colin Clyne has always impressed with his songwriting talents, even from his early works. His sound has gone through a transformation over that time, but his way with words has always stood out. His talent was showcased during his Songs From The Cold Store EP, also on his albums Doricanna and The Never Ending Pageant. […]

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Charlie Barrale Shares Life in “For Me”

For musical inspiration a songwriter must be willing to look within and share pieces of their own life. This has the ability of creating a real relatability to the listener as well. Our recent discovery Charlie Barrale took his time to share his intimate life on new single “For Me.” Based in St. Louis, Missouri, […]

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Sara Laine Shows Off Her ‘Sign Of Love’

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, our recent discovery Sara Laine has made music a part of her entire life. From a young age the singer and recording artist was strumming on an acoustic guitar and developing song ideas. Through the years she has developed her own multi-genre sound that borrows from Rock, Country, […]

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Scott Smith Shares ‘$100 Bill’ in ‘Small Town USA’

If you only listen to mainstream radio nowadays it seems like the influence of classic rock is gone. The music that helped launch 1000s of bands gave way to a pop sound filled with computers and synthesized sounds. If you dig deep though there are still plenty of independent artists holding onto the classic rock […]

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Take A ’60 Grit’ Ride On Rockford Road

Classic music is classic for a reason. The sound lives on in many musician’s minds. Not only in their listening and influences but in the music they continue to make today. Our recent find Rockford Road is a great example that is keeping classic sound alive and well.  The band from Richmond, Virginia was originally […]

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Matthew Austin Hunt Wants To Be “Free”

Looking for a heartache-in-your-feels song with a great Americana sound? Look no further than Matthew Austin Hunt’s newest single “Free.”  Matthew Austin Hunt has always had a love for music. Hunt’s grandfather (a 1940s recording artist) introduced him to music by giving him a guitar at the age of 7. Hunt went on to play […]

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Sour Bruthers Will Make You ‘Cry No More’

The bands that make the biggest impact are the ones willing to expand their genre. Experimentation and growth is what will set a band apart. Our recent discovery The Sour Bruthers seems to be doing just that with their newest release “Cry No More.” The group based in Chicago, Illinois is made up of Tim […]

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Steve Grozier Delivers A Beautiful Debut Album With ‘All That’s Been Lost’

Steve Grozier has teased what was to come in his new album with the release of his singles “Memories” and “Power in the Light”. It showed how his songwriting has evolved from his previous releases, My Leave EP and A Place We Called Home EP. But, he still maintained his reputation for honest and heartfelt […]