Swayyvo’s new single, “Sho Nuff,” is a volatile and complicated look into his psyche, and it’s also a banger that’ll turn any room into a club.
Ryan Oyer’s latest single, “Little Bird,” is a tender offering that lovingly details one man’s affection for the person around whom his heart revolves.
Saváge melds the liquid grooves of R&B with the braggadocio-laden wordplay of hip-hop on her latest single, “Wolfe.”
The Afternooners craft a series of earnestly emotional narratives filled with a chiming, jammy pop-rock swagger on their new EP.
Telemonster’s new single, “Mad in the Night,” documents a subconscious quarrel while the video allows the band to create abstract visuals with a windup boat in a kiddie pool.
Under the moniker of No Thank You John, multi-instrumentalist John Cotton weaves a hypnotizing web of gauzy synths and beats on his new EP.
Fault Lines adapt and reinterpret their thrash and hardcore instincts while creating a new metal gospel in the video for “New You.”
Edward and Jane embrace the complicated nature of family and emotional connectivity on new EP.
Ky Rodgers draws from turbulent musical influences and experiences for his debut EP.
Swayyvo finds musical distinctiveness within the confines of neo-soul on new song.