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WILD – Here We Go

The band WILD is an indie-folk pop trio hailing from Los Angeles.  Having only established themselves in 2016, the band has already been hard at work putting out uplifting and catchy songs on a regular basis.  The heart of the band is the dual vocals of Lauren Luiz and Zach DeGaetano.  Unlike the majority of… Continue reading WILD – Here We Go


The Paper Kites – Deep Burn Blue

Australian band, The Paper Kites, have bounced back and forth between acoustic ballads and synth pop music on their records.  Earlier this year, the band seemed to return to their acoustic roots with the release of On the Train Ride Home.  It was unclear whether their 2015 release twelvetofour was just a one off into the… Continue reading The Paper Kites – Deep Burn Blue


Glorietta – Golden Lonesome

The life of a solo artist has its fair share of rewards and stresses.  The ability to have complete control over your work seems like the perfect scenario for a creative person.  However, when things don't go well, it is up to you to find a solution and move forward. One way to alleviate the… Continue reading Glorietta – Golden Lonesome

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Death Cab For Cutie – Gold Rush

Outside of the grunge movement of the 90s, Death Cab for Cutie is one of the most recognizable bands to come out of the Seattle area.  Their style helped to define the Indie-Alternative genre in the early 00's.  Having just passed their twentieth year anniversary, the band has returned with the lead single "Gold Rush,"… Continue reading Death Cab For Cutie – Gold Rush


Just Loud – Ghost

There is something about growing up in the church that produces a high number of talented artists in music.  It certainly helps having early exposure performing in public on a consistent basis.  And if you picture an artist in your head that began in the church you might be drawn to a folk or gospel… Continue reading Just Loud – Ghost