Premiere: “Graveclothes” by Birdtalker

“It's about coming to the realization that you’re responsible for your own happiness. It’s a song about getting out of your head, and getting out of your own way,” says Dani Green of Birdtalker, up-and-coming purveyors of anthemic folk pop, of brand new single, "Graveclothes". The track is from their forthcoming EP, Just This, due out August... Continue Reading →

Album Review: Wilderado – Latigo EP

On July 22nd, Los Angeles-based band Wilderado (formerly Bird Dog) will release Latigo, their brand new four-song EP via IAMSOUND Records that was mixed and recorded in the band’s own studio, set up in a dilapidated house in Latigo Canyon in Malibu, California—a location that had a palpable and obvious influence on the sonic landscape... Continue Reading →

Interview: Willa Rae & The Minor Arcana

When one thinks of the Detroit music scene, garage rock is generally what comes to mind.  Not so in the case of Americana outfit Willa Rae & The Minor Arcana.  “There’s a home for any kind of music you want to play in Detroit; there’s a huge garage rock scene here, but there are country... Continue Reading →

Interview: Laura Jean Anderson

“I’ve always listened to older music; I really enjoy the sound of older recordings, and I’ve always been a fan of nostalgia.  I like to reminisce and honor the past while still being in the present,” says Los Angeles-based roots rocker Laura Jean Anderson, whose music presents itself with a vintage sound…mixed with a touch... Continue Reading →

Interview: Flora Cash

The story of Flora Cash is the epitome of the 21st century romance.  Songwriter Cole Randall and alt-electronic songstress Shpresa Lleshaj met each other, of all places, on Soundcloud.  “I was looking for something new to listen to; I found Cole and clicked on his music, and I fell in love with his voice and... Continue Reading →

Interview: Boroughs

“We’re very sorry about choosing a name that’s so hard to spell, we feel bad about that.  Actually, it’s not that hard to spell until after you’ve had a few drinks,” says Kyle Neal, lead vocalist for Boroughs, a band who's currently making waves in the Los Angeles Americana scene. It's curious actually, to consider Tinseltown a... Continue Reading →

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