Premiere: Ghost in the Willow // Blue, Red, & Beige

While one should never live in the past, it’s nice to reflect back from time to time on the enjoyable experiences that you’ve had thus far in life. For some people, however, the past is a painful place, and one that’s best left alone. The new music video from Phoenix, AZ based folk punk singer-songwriter Ghost in the Willow (Gil Rodriguez) explores the latter with a back and forth between the good old days and a midlife crisis.

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Premiere: Kenna // Floodgates

Nashville by way of Maryland singer-songwriter Kenna will be releasing her second single, “Floodgates,” on November 9th. We had the opportunity to listen to this track early, and are happy to be premiering it to you today!

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Eaglemont // Mediocre At Best

Indie folk rock artist Bridgitte Jessop has been releasing music under the name Eaglemont since 2017 and will be releasing a new double single, “Mediocre At Best / Uppercut,” on November 1st. Based out of Melbourne, Eaglemont has a video for “Mediocre At Best” out now. This is a heartfelt single with down to earth lyrics and minimal bells and whistles.

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Martin Terry // Our Love's A Lie

North Carolina based country artist Martin Terry is hitting the scene with his debut single “Our Love’s A Lie” on October 12, 2018. Having spent years perfecting his craft and penning heartfelt lyrics, Martin’s hard work has paid off.

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Young Rising Sons // SAD (Clap Your Hands)

The last time we spoke to Young Rising Sons, they were at the end of touring with Magic Giant.  During the interview the band mentioned new songs would be coming “soon.” Well, soon has arrived! The band released two new singles, “SAD (Clap Your Hands)” and “Scatterbrain,” on September 28th and a music video for the former on October 1st.  Before the song’s release date, Young Rising Sons teased the new tracks by posting haunting photos of members adorned with smiley face masks, which also becomes the preface for the “SAD (Clap Your Hands)” music video.

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Haunted Like Human // Feels Like Fire

Haunted Like Human are an acoustic indie folk duo based out of Nashville with a knack for vivid imagery. One part vocalist Dale Chapman and one part classically trained guitarist Cody Clark, the two make a well balanced pair.Haunted Like Human are back with a new single titled “Feels Like Fire” and a music video to go along with it. “Feels Like Fire” is the leading single off of the duo’s upcoming EP, Folklore, which follows last year’s debut album, Ghost Stories.

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Gracie & the Valley // Serotonin

Following their early 2018 EP, Eye Spy, Gracie & the Valley are back with a new single titled “Serotonin.” Like a stroll through the sleepy summer morning in that quiet space between leaving the dreamworld and touching down to reality, “Serotonin” takes you on an intuitive journey of the inner-self.

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Misty Eyed // Attila

Misty Eyed are a hard rock band with progressive and old school influences working out of northern Atlanta. In anticipation of their EP that will be released on November 9th, they’ll be releasing a single on October 2nd titled “Attila.” We had the opportunity to give the single a spin early and it’s safe to say that you’re in for a treat!

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Soul Cannon // Test Drive

Baltimore’s Soul Cannon are prepared to release their self titled record on October 12th and in preparation have released the single “Test Drive.” This quartet bring their version of jazzy, math rock inspired hip hop to the table that will have you reminiscing about A Tribe Called Quest, while also feeling like Soul Cannon could fit alongside artists like P.O.S and Atmosphere.

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LION // Oh No

Raspy and rich vocals fall over an edgy 70’s inspired rock and roll vibe on UK based LION’s debt self titled EP. While still new to the scene, LION (Beth Lowen) has opened for Isaac Gracie, Albert Hammond Jr, Girli, and The Vaccines. LION performed at SXSW this past March and performed a headlining show in London at Camden Assembly earlier this month.

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The Modrn // Do Or Die

Jacksonville, FL natives Josh, Shafer, and Kyle, formerly known as Palm Trees and Power Lines, announced at the end of 2017 that their band name and overall sound would be changing. With no other information than just that, fans were left to wait, and their patience paid off. Now known as The Modrn, the three piece announced their return under the new band name on August 17th of 2018 and released their first single on August 24th.

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Panhandler // Church

Sweden based emo/punk band, Panhandler, began releasing music back in 2014 with their two track demo, followed by a longer five track EP titled There Goes The Neighbourhood in 2016. This four piece, consisting of Simon, Carl, Sam, and Frida, recently put out their new single “Church” on July 24th.

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Appleby // Young Lost Love

Chicago native and singer/songwriter, Appleby, began writing and recording music only a few years ago as a release for his emotions after the end of his tennis career. His soulful sound paired with sorrowful and sad lyrics have gained popularity with many, as they have been able to relate to him on several levels. Appleby released his album Happiness at the end of July which features "Young Love Lost" as the closing track. A music video to go along with the song was released in early July in anticipation of the album release.

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The Nectars // We Will Run

The Nectars, a New Jersey based rock band, recently released the single “We Will Run” off of their debut album Sci-Fi Television and put out a music video for the song. The song itself screams “late night anthem” with its upbeat sound and smile inducing lyrics.

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Ghost In The Willow // Mixing the Wolf

Arizona based indie folk rock artist Ghost In The Willow recently released a music video for their song “Mixing The Wolf” off their EP Missing Persons. The video was filmed by Jeff Niemoeller and assisted by Ryan Hale.

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Waterfall Wash // Chris

Waterfall Wash dropped a music video for their newest single "Chris" on July 18th. This track's inspiration stems from vocalist Michael Roddy's hometown pal who had relocated to Nashville close to a decade ago prior to Roddy making the move himself. (P.S -- Chris makes an appearance in the video!)

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Dani Jack // Fallin' For It

Nashville's Dani Jack wrapped up a successful Kickstarter campaign earlier this year that exceeded her goal for funding a debut EP, and released her very first debut single "Fallin' For It" on June 26. A few days later, Dani starred as Loretta Lynn and June Carter in Tennessee's 48th Annual Jonesborough Days Festival. It's safe to say that 2018 has been treating her well!

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Ryan Cassata // Daughter

Ryan Cassata is an LGBTQIA+ activist who has been in the music world for close to a decade, and has been on YouTube for even longer. With countless television appearances, public speaking events, and concerts under his belt, it's clear that Ryan is making an impact with his motivational and inspirational message of acceptance and self love. Continue reading to learn more about the video + to check out an interview!

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Allison Mahal // Little Blue

Singer-songwriter Allison Mahal is a Chicago native who has found her home in Nashville's ever expanding music scene. Her first release, "Little Blue," came out on May 11th and is a bittersweet recollection of a fading relationship burning out and coming to an end. 

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