Posts tagged New York
Feature Friday: Whitney Woerz

New York City’s Whitney Woerz wrapped up a recent tour as direct support for pop icon Jesse McCartney earlier this month. I spoke with Woerz about her tour with Jesse McCartney, her breakthrough single “Ghost Story,” finding balance between being a student and musician, and more. Continue reading to learn more about Whitney!

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Feature Friday: Five Things You Need To Know About Anchor Publicity

We’re so happy to have the opportunity to introduce ya’ll to Colleen Lippert! She’s the hardworking owner of Anchor Publicity, which is a PR company based out of, you guessed it — Music City. Although based out of Nashville, Anchor Publicity takes on clients nationwide, as well as in Canada.

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Ivey // Feature Friday

Ivey, a Nashville based pop punk group, recently released their debut album Take This To Heart, which includes the leading single “Through the Keyhole.” Ivey recorded the album at the famous Dark Horse Studio and released Take This To Heart earlier this month. The band’s members, Ivan Ayala, Lyle Wagner, and Christian Murre, pull their musical influences from late ‘90’s and early 2000’s pop punk bands and emo / alternative rock artists, which reflects in both their writing style and overall instrumental landscape on Take This To Heart.

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Darth Nater // Feature Friday

Buffalo based singer-songwriter Nate Noworyta has been releasing music under the clever name Darth Nater for the past seven years. A Century Ago, aptly titled due to entire album revolving around events that happened (you guessed it) a century ago, is an indie folk fueled trip through time that proves to be a guide of the most detail oriented sorts that was released at the end of March. I had the opportunity to chat with Noworyta about the local music scene in Buffalo, his favorite artists, and how A Century Ago came to be. 

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Milo Duhn // Feature Friday

Incongruity, the full length album from upstate NY based acoustic emo artist Milo Duhn is a ten track trip through the ups, downs, and in-betweens of growing up, growing apart, and learning that it's all a part of the process.

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