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King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard
From the album Chunky Shrapnel
The stats on King Gizzard’s colorful career are stacking up fast: 15 albums in seven years (including five in 2017 alone) — 10 of them charting in the Top 20 in Australia, where they are now arguably the country’s most innovative, important and productive rock bad.
“Comin’ After You”
From the album High Upon The Mountain
Pacific Range is Seamus Turner (vocals, guitar), Nate Ward (drums), Stewart Forgey (keyboards) and Cam Wehrle (bass) — featuring Duane Betts on lead guitar and Nikki Segal on backing vocals, and produced by Dan Horne.
“If You Were a Cowboy”
From the album In My Defense
Bri started her music career at 14 years of age, singing in her twin brothers’ band and eventually moving to Austin, Texas to follow her dreams. Now with six No. 1 hits on the Texas Music Charts, Bri has found her place alongside of some of Texas’s most talented performers and songwriters.
“Forget Me Nots”
From the album Make Things Better
In the three years since they released their first acclaimed EP, the Boston-based band Town Meeting have become renowned for their live shows and have already opened for such legends as Bob Dylan, Jason Isbell, Brandi Carlile, Old Crow Medicine Show, Willie Nelson and Sturgill Simpson.
From the album Fretland
Tone Tree Music
Fretland’s self-titled debut album, out on May 22 via Tone Tree Music, has received kind words from Billboard, American Songwriter, The Bluegrass Situation, Ditty TV and The Boot.
Billy King & The Bad Bad Bad
Out of Austin, Texas, Billy King & The Bad Bad Bad is a band whose band name alone evokes a curiosity that lurks in the mind dangerously. Like an amalgamation of rebellion, acid-laced beach parties and anti-establishment activism, you can’t help but feel indoctrinated by these outlaws.
From the album Sapphire
Marya is a bard, storyteller and embodied muse. Her cinematic folk music takes the listener on imaginative journeys through the depths of the soul, paradoxical epiphanies and opulent visions. Her songs are inspired by alchemy, mysticism, reverence and the etchings of longing across the dark night sky.
“The Skin That I’m In”
From the EP Occam’s Foil
Little King was formed by singer/guitarist/songwriter Ryan Rosoff in 1996. Throughout the last 23 years, this Melodic Progressive Rock trio has released six records, including Occam’s Foil (2019), OD1 (2014), Legacy of Fools (2008), Virus Divine (2003), Time Extension (1998) and Transmountain (1997).
“Driving My Mustang”
From the album EKAT.
An eclectic artist, born in Siberia and residing in Switzerland, she is an alternative-pop-electronic and autodidactic songwriter, composer, producer and director. She dedicated her second single “Lonely Place to Be” to our fight against the invisible enemy. Her upcoming album EKAT. is out in October 2020.
FuzzBucket is a four-piece, high-energy rock band hailing from the North Side of Chicago. Their sound screams driving guitars, thundering bass and pounding drums. They are the soundtrack to the party in your mom’s basement. FuzzBucket is guaranteed to make you bang your head and move your feet.
Editor’s Pick: Waxahatchee
From the album Saint Cloud
Waxahatchee is the moniker of singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield. Her latest album, Saint Cloud, was released in April 2020 to critical acclaim via Merge Records.