Feature Friday: Vera Blue

Feature by Sarah Spohn Australian singer-songwriter Vera Blue dropped her debut album “Perennial,” today via Capitol Records/Deep Well Records. The twenty-three-year old’s high ranged soprano vocals, airy whispers evoke a dreamy, poppy high ranged vocals throughout her radio-ready record. “Regular Touch” is a faster, upbeat song that kicks the album up a notch. Expect to … More Feature Friday: Vera Blue

Feature Friday: Sukh

Feature by Sarah Spohn For fans of the Manchester indie folk singer-songwriter, the last few years were quiet in terms of new music. On Friday, July 7, all that changed. Sukh released his first single since 2015, “Flight.” Even better yet, it is the first track from the to-be-released album, “Galactic Love Machine.” Teaming up … More Feature Friday: Sukh

Feature Friday: CIITY

From Dallas, TX comes indie-pop rockers, CIITY.  They formed in 2015 and have been making their way across North Texas with songs like “Late Night Confession” and their latest single, “DNVR.”  With an electronic/alternative sound, the track is the highlight of CIITY’s EP Parallels. It’s a song of regret, the kind of “one that got away,” gut-wrenching … More Feature Friday: CIITY

Feature Friday: Wildling

Alternative LA rock band Wildling premiered their music video for “Lilywhite,” on June 26. The band is made up of brothers Ryan (vocals, guitar), and Justin Levine (bass), Andrew Ampaya (keyboard), Erik Janson (guitar), and Casey Wojtalewicz (drums). After a tour with Young the Giant, spots on EA Sports and ABC’s show “Nashville,” Wildling finally … More Feature Friday: Wildling

Feature Friday: VŌS

London VŌS is a powertrip electropop duo, delivering a shiny polished gem of a track, “Patience.” The pair gets by with a little help from their friends as well as makes music alongside them, with mastering by John Davis (Lana Del Ray, Twigs, Royal Blood) and mixing by Julian Kindred (Ellie Goulding, James Blake). … More Feature Friday: VŌS

Feature Friday: CREO

Give me your top five most underrated songs. I’ll give you a new one to add to the list: brought to you via Sydney’s indie rock outfit, CREO. Their latest track from their upcoming EP, “Subtitles for X, Y, Z,” coming out on August 25 is called “Give Me Yours” and it’s a triumphant upbeat catchy tune that won’t soon be forgotten. … More Feature Friday: CREO