Premiere: “Some Days” by Whitacre

Denver folk-rock outfit Whitacre, whose music combines thought-provoking lyrics and beautiful musicianship delivered through energetic and captivating live performances, will release a five-song EP later this year; today, the band unleashes “Some Days,” their new single, to tide us over… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Back To You” by Jared Rabin

Chicago-based award-winning folk-rocker Jared Rabin will release his upcoming EP, Wondering About The Weather, on May 11th. Today, Rabin unleashes the video from EP track “Back to You,” directed by Kyle Dunleavy, and filmed on location around Chicago. “‘Cause you know I’m out… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Hometown Honey” by The Herbert Bail Orchestra

Los Angeles-based collective The Herbert Bail Orchestra blends folk-rock, countricana, and blues into one soulfully delectable dish. The band began in 2011 with Anthony Frattolillo (singer, guitarist) and Andrew Katz (accordionist), childhood friends that started writing and performing music in… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Friends and Formers” by Charlie Abbott ft. Nightingail

“I can’t tell you how many things I’ve seen, or times I’ve told somebody else that I loved them the most,” sings Nashville’s Charlie Abbott in his new single, “Friends and Formers.” The conversational song, recorded by Joshua St. Moblo… Continue Reading

Video Premiere: “Hills Of Caroline” by The Contenders

Americountry duo The Contenders will release their debut full-length, Laughing With The Reckless, on November 3rd via Rock Ridge Music. The album, a follow-up to their 2014 EP Meet The Contenders, explores the perseverance of hope in dark times, and… Continue Reading

Premiere: “Breaking Down” by Watching For Foxes

Watching For Foxes began as a group of friends rehearsing in an old math classroom in their vacant high school. After a move, and the addition of extra guitars, strings, and keys, the band has been creating a unique and powerful… Continue Reading