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High energy power trio Medusa’s Disco fuses together elements of psychedelic, progressive, and surf rock while merging classic and newer rock influences to create a musical cocktail all of its own. The band is known for engaging live performances and eclectic songwriting.
Mike Montrey Band
“Tell Me You Love Me”
From the album In The Middle of Hope
Mike Montrey Band is the sound where Americana, folk and rock-and-roll come together to be sung by a true singer-songwriter, with blissful harmonies and soaring guitar work. “An eclectic Americana fusion mastermind, whose brilliant and insightful songs seem almost prophetic.” – JW Vibe
Like Teenage Gravity
From the album Let the Bloody Moon Rise
Nervous Kid Records
Kasey Anderson is a Portland-based songwriter whose songs have been covered by Counting Crows, Star Anna, and others. His newest album, Let the Bloody Moon Rise, was produced by Kurt Bloch and sat shelved for 10 years before finally being released April 30, 2021.
From the album On Dreaming
Old Familiar Sound
Someday River is known for a multi-genre approach with facets of jam, pop, folk and psychedelia. Their LP, On Dreaming, was released May 2021. “Someday River paint with a palette and canvas of wide expanse…The result is spacious, stately and dreamy… lush, psych-kissed folk rock.” -Bao Le Huu, Orlando Weekly
You Surround Me
From the EP I’m Good, I’m Healthy, I’m Whole
After their 2020 debut album Tired Of Your Smile, Silent Neighbor is back with I’m Good, I’m Healthy, I’m Whole. The unusual “chamber folk” quartet draws on the band members’ diverse musical backgrounds in jazz and classical music to create intelligent yet playful arrangements of lyrical songs.
Payge Turner is taking the Seattle scene by storm. Her alt rock/soul/progressive vibe is very unique to listen to. Bending and meshing genres isn’t something she’s afraid of. With a sound so bold and rich, Turner still finds a way to make you feel every emotion with her engaging lyrics and melodies.
Child Lion is a Boston-based producer beginning to experiment with bedroom pop. They aim for their productions to be as eclectic and varied as their taste.
From the album New Love
Fretless electric bass master Charnett Moffett and his fearless trio/quartet ensemble deliver a love letter to humanity with the free-world-jazz-fusion album, New Love. This intensely engaging album of instrumental and vocal music swings with fervor and swirls with spiritual, contemplative beauty.
“That’s What I Hear”
From the album Wheels Fall Off
Turtle Down Music
Chicago jam-prog sextet Tautologic continue their third decade of making “perfectly normal music for slightly odd people” with their third album, Wheels Fall Off. Chicago Crowd Surfer says, “Funky and fun loving, Tautologic combines so many genre layers it’s truly mind blowing.”
See Your Shadow Songwriting
“It Starts With Hello”
See Your Shadow (SYS) Songwriting is a music creation entity from Phoenix, Arizona. Their latest single, “It Starts With Hello” kicks off their Summer of Diversity and Inclusion. SYS is run by Artistic Director, Michael “The Metropolitan Cowboy” Coleman who writes and produces all of their work.
Serpents of Paradise
Serpents Of Paradise is a Northeast-based duo. Their music is the product of disparate genres, lived experience and their surroundings. With a sound that is both heavy and hopeful, their art evokes the duality they both strive to practice. Their single “Alibi” is the first in a series of 2021 releases.
“Between Hell and Back”
Sarah Lorente explores new sounds and pushes musical genre boundaries, writing and singing about identity and spirituality, pulling inspiration from artists like Sarah McLachlan, Radiohead and U2.
“Such a Shame”
Laverty is a singer-songwriter from Tampa, Fla. With musical influences such as Bob Dylan, Carole King, Stevie Nicks, and Lorde, Laverty produces a new, unique sound. As a songwriter, Laverty takes the trauma, pain, and recovery she’s been through in her life and expresses it through her songs.
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