Don't miss the new single "Miss Him Too" by Nate Daviau

2018-05-01 17:50:54 UTC

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"Miss Him Too" by Nate Daviau

"The sentiment of the experiences I write about are not original. In my music, I often describe universal feelings and common occurrences. This is how I make my songs relatable. The authenticity comes from how I choose to express these feelings and deconstruct these events. This is certainly the case when it comes to my new single, “Miss Him Too,”. The song describes a situation where one partner in a relationship has changed for the worse - the hook pretty much says it all: You miss the man you fell in love with, well honey, I miss him too. 

Often, when you try and tell someone you love that they have changed, they react defensively. It's something that I think a lot of couples struggle with. This song describes the idealized response to this criticism; I think it's what most people wish their partner would say or do. While I was writing this tune, I wanted to emphasize that this is a dramatic response and maybe a bit of a romanticized one. To do this, I pictured this as the last opportunity to get the girl back and imagined the guy trying to get to her as fast as he could. It makes the song sound like a chase."

Genre : country

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New track Something More by Rows

2018-05-01 05:59:31 UTC


 Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Matt Couchois approaches music with an ethereal touch - creating dreamy landscapes, pensive tracks that strive to be self-aware.

'‘Something More’ is a song about heartbreak & the courage it takes to end a broken relationship. It’s easy to wallow in self-pity after a break-up, but the hardest part is learning to accept what was wrong & find the strength to move forward. I wanted the production of this song to bring to life exactly how moving on feels. To me, it's like that first dive under a wave in the cold ocean. It’s painful for a second but you come out the other side feeling triumphant and wiped clean.

The EP as a whole is the sum of all the things I grappled with during a specific period of my life. I didn't want to just throw a few songs up online and call it an EP. I wanted this body of work to feel like a full length record that had an arc and a story."

Genre : indie

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Halfway by Laughed the Boy

2018-05-01 05:51:10 UTC


New track "Halfway" by Laughed the Boy

"After splitting time between writing songs intended for video games and my own solo material, I decided to combine the two into one project upon entering the studio with my brother, Sean. There, under the moniker Laughed the Boy, we recorded our debut EP.

The addition of bassist Brennan Hrehoruk solidified our lineup, and gave us the push we needed to start performing the songs live. In between show rehearsals, we found ourselves with an album’s worth of fresh material, and headed into the studio once more to record the nine tracks that make up our debut full-length. Since dropping Here is Fine back in February 2017, we’ve spent a lot of time on the road. 2018 will see us doing more of that, as well as recording our sophomore album.

“Halfway” came to me one morning after a few sessions of demoing new material. I sat there playing it over and over again, until it felt ready enough to play as a band. Sean and I went to the studio, jammed it out a couple of times, and recorded it that same day. The general concept for the track came from a notepad full of jotted thoughts that I aimlessly scribbled throughout shifts at my day job – an unexpected bout of inspiration. "

Genre : indie

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Seeing Stars, Circa 1999 by Joe Kenyon IV

2018-05-01 05:43:55 UTC

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Joe Kenyon is a writer and musician from the Chemical Coast, Linden, New Jersey. After spending eight years in space as captain of an instrumental rock spaceship called Ruined Machines, Joe is now back to Earth, piecing together a life record, song by song. Here's another nostalgic, playful piece to the puzzle: "Seeing Stars, Circa 1999".

One song, and a piece to a huge instrumental puzzle called 'Peace Talks'.

"Seeing Stars, Circa 1999" is part of a record now four years in the making; Still in the middle of being diligently crafted. When it's complete, it will hopefully serve as the perfect companion to nights at home alone.

Genre : rock, classic, composition, funk, groove, instrumental, jam, jazz, progressive, storytelling, world, Doylestown

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New EP I Wanna Be Exploited EP by Tommy Red

2018-05-01 05:35:52 UTC

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"This is my solo debut EP called "I Wanna be Exploited." The tracks were recorded over the last year, with me performing everything except percussion and some backup vocals. I describe my style as new alternative, and my sound most closely resembles Glorious Sons, 21 Pilots, Royal Blood, Beck and the Beastie Boys. My favorite critique from TuneCore was "the songs sound like they belong in a Quentin Tarantino movie." I obsess heavily over lyrics and they are the driving factor in my songwriting. I want someone to read my lyrics and love the song before they hear it. The general theme is self realization and self deprecation, and each song comes with an accompanying story. The tracks "Ex Catholic," "Hello (Won't You Go Away)," and "Running" are all about relationships, some more disastrous than others. "Raise a Glass" is dedicated to the Flint, MI lead poisoning and my thoughts on how the city has been treated for the last few decades. "Still Inside Your Head" is a tribute to the drummer of my previous band who lost his battle with addiction. "My Felonies" is an ode to wanting all the things in life one can not obtain. The EP's sound is my best effort to strike a balance between live, raw and professional. Every instrument is performed live and no samples, sound machines or auto-tuners were used in the making of this album. My philosophy is if I can't play it live, it shouldn't be on my record."

Track List

  • My Felonies - 03:39 
  • Ex-Catholic - 03:40 
  • Hello (Won't You Go Away) - 03:37 
  • Raise a Glass - 03:57 
  • Still Inside Your Head - 03:59 
  • Running - 03:36

Genre : alternative, retro, rock, alt, alt-rap, indie, Detroit

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Review for the new EP "I Wanna Be Exploited" by Tommy Red

A combination of retro aesthetics, enduring lyrics and alt-rock grit. The best music happens when artists refuse to remain stuck in their own comfort zones and creative boxes. Whenever this happens, they are free to give full range to their vision, and they can really come up with something that’s groundbreaking and personable. This is certainly the case here with Tommy Red and his brand new EP release, “I Wanna Be Exploited.”


Dream within a Dream by Marva Von Theo

Marva Von Theo is an Electropop / Synthwave duo formed in 2016 by the Athens-based singer-songwriter Marva Voulgari and the Vienna-based composer-producer Theo Foinidis. Their Debut Album “Dream within a Dream” was released early in 2018. The 12 songs on their Album, lean towards an electronic sound that incorporates a variety of influences ranging from the music of the 80’s until today. Darkwave sounds, Jazz harmonies, Rock and Dance drum beats resonate together and mature into something darkly romantic.



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