Jon Walker Releases Connections LP

Folk-pop artist Jon Walker has released an album, the Connections LP, on Bandcamp. While Walker is best known for his work with Panic! at the Disco and The Young Veins (with fellow ex-Panic! member Ryan Ross), he has released three EPs through Bandcamp prior to this release. Walker tweeted a link to his mailing list […]

Listen Close! Josiah Leming Hits the Road for Headlining Tour

About a month ago, independent artist Josiah Leming hit the road with fellow singer-songwriter One Love for his first headlining tour, the Listen Close Tour, which will take him across North America. April 10 was the Atlanta stop, and naturally, I was in attendance for both the show and for VIP. And y’all, I think […]

Josiah Leming Releases New Single, ’20 12 11′

Singer-songwriter Josiah Leming strips down from previous pop-like singles to produce a raw, personal performance in the latest promotional track. The third of Josiah Leming’s six promotional singles premiered officially on iTunes last night. The single, titled ’20 12 11′, showcases Leming’s powerful voice, as well as his killer guitar skill. In conjunction to the […]

Get ready to “Dance & Drive” with Stephen Jerzak

The collaborative extended play was released on September 4. It’s been over a year since singer-songwriter Stephen Jerzak released any new material, and it looks like he’s making up for lost time. Jerzak is in the process of releasing not one, not two, but three EPs. Working alongside indie rocker Dane Schmidt of Jamestown Story, […]

Hayley Reardon Takes Listeners to “Where the Artists Go”

“And someday the walls of this town are gonna cave in. And oh, this explosion inside you is gonna burst through your skin.” Singer-songwriter Hayley Reardon already has a bright future ahead of her. After winning Boston’s annual Folk Festival Songwriting contest at 12, she went on to release her first EP, Beautiful Simplicity in 2009, and followed […]

Are You Gonna Love Him or Not?

The countdown to Josiah Leming’s summer single “Love Me or Not” had been in effect for a while, but after the release of the acoustic version on July 18, things got serious. On July 24, singer-songwriter Josiah Leming released his latest single along with a new music video, which sent Lemingheads into a frenzy. Almost […]

Let Your Bones Show

25-year-old Charlene Kaye may be best known for her association with fellow University of Michigan alumni Team Starkid (which was co-founded by longtime friend and Glee‘s Darren Criss), but she’s much more than Starkid’s opening act. With Criss, Charlene has two songs which the two often perform together – Skin & Bones, and Dress and Tie, […]

Year of the Blackbear

If you haven’t heard of Mat Musto yet, you will soon. The past two years have been a crazy ride for Musto, stage name Blackbear, and his fans. He has teamed up with artists like Woe, is Me, was briefly signed to a major label (where he met singer and friend Mike Posner), and receieved […]

The Neighbourhood has nothing to be sorry about with their debut EP

Buzz-band is a term that has been fluttering around the Internet for quite some time now.  It’s meaning is pretty straightforward: it is an underground indie band, formerly unknown, that comes out with a single worthy of Internet hype.  The problem with most buzz bands is that their buzz-worthy attributes typically falter in their next […]

Album Review: Alhambra by Mother Falcon

In a generation of bumping Dubstep and countless solo electronic artists, the orchestral, tribal sounds of young Mother Falcon’s Alhambra are rare and hard to come across. Austin, Texas’s Mother Falcon sports 21 members (the oldest being in his 20s) with instruments ranging from cellos to accordions to mandolins. Alhambra, their second CD but first […]