From the Blog
Dan Campbell Chronicles 'Other People's Lives' on Stellar Debut Solo Album [Q&A]
November 22, 2021 "Writing these songs helped me remember that every person's life has its own richness."
TOMI on the Heartbreaking Honesty of 'Sweet, Sweet Honey' [Q&A]
October 8, 2021 "Whether it's love, lust, or vices, it all starts from a place of pure sweetness; we want more and more of it until we completely lose ourselves in it."
Del Water Gap on Smash Mouth, Quarantine and "Ode to a Conversation Stuck in Your Throat" [Premiere + Q&A]
May 1, 2020 "Not much to say about Smash Mouth other than the 2001 'Smash Mouth' self-titled LP is one of the greatest records ever made."
Author: Precious Kato
John-Robert Makes Long-Awaited Debut with Folky & Melancholic "Adeline" [NEW ARTIST DISCOVERY]
April 16, 2019 Although the topic of this song may be melancholic, John-Robert's stripped-back style is utterly refreshing and comforting.
Author: Alissa Arunarsirakul
Emma Charles Has Some Valid Questions About Friendship on "25â€³ [Premiere]
May 28, 2020 From the piano hiding in the background of the song, to the drum production, every element of this song complements each other to near perfection. Emma Charles' "25" is a blast from the past, and we're here for it.
Author: Joey Legittino
Matt Maeson Ruminates on His Past Mistakes in the Unrelenting "Go Easy"
March 11, 2019 Matt Maeson's long-awaited debut album, Bank On The Funeral, is shaping up to be one of the most heart-rending projects of the year.
Matt Maeson Pens a Hopeful Tale of Epic Depth With "Beggar's Song"
February 18, 2019 The poignant track is accompanied by a surreal music video, the announcement of Maeson's first headlining tour, and the news of his long-awaited debut album.
Author: Maxamilion Polo