LGBTQIA+ activist and artist Ryan Cassata kicked off his current tour in LA on August 25th, with sponsors including Marvin Guitars, TomboyX, Canopy Beyond The Brim, and more! Cassata has a playful new single out now titled “Bamboo Plants,” which comes to us off of his anticipated 2020 concept album.Read More
Peter Wise’s new single “Trustfall” came out today, and is his first release since his 2018 debut album, Unattached. Wise is based out of Brooklyn, NY and has an easy going east coast vibe that radiates through his music. After spending much of last year touring and working on new material, Wise is back with the first of many new tracks that are set to be released over the course of the next few months.Read More
With two EPs under their belt, South For Winter have hit the studio to record their debut album. Now is the time to fine tune their sound and truly hone in on their fullest potential, and with the release of their latest single titled “Ten Black Crows,” they’ve done just that.Read More
Nashville based indie artist Madeleine will be releasing her new single “Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind” this Friday, but you don’t have to wait — you can stream this catchy track today through our exclusive premiere!Read More
Vancouver based indie folk artist Dan Moxon provides a glimpse into a pivotal point of a tumultuous relationship on his vibrant debut single, “Where You Gonna Sleep Tonight.” The pairing of Moxon’s soulful vocals and the groovy instrumentals makes for a blast from the past while exploring a modern dilemma.Read More
Nashville based indie-folk band Sun Brother will be releasing their new single “Afterglow” this Friday. Today, you can stream “Afterglow” through our exclusive premiere down below!Read More
The amazing thing about music is that there’s a song for almost every situation ranging from the good to the bad and everything in between. One of the hardest stories that any musician can tell is that of a loved one passing. While this subject is a reoccurring theme across genres, each experience is made unique with delicate details. Nashville based singer-songwriter Jennifer Pettigrew shares an intimate glimpse into the passing of her father on her debut single “Oh Mama.” Pettigrew’s sound is a wonderful mix of folk and indie with a dash of pop, her voice blending with her musical style seamlessly.Read More
Manchester based trio Hora Douse dropped a new single titled “Balloons” at the end of May. Initially, the track strays from the group’s usual hard hitting punk rock sound but finds its way back as the chorus hits. If you haven’t heard it yet, do yourself a favor and give it a spin.Read More
Connecticut native Madeleine has made her home in Music City, a perfect place for artists to grow. Today, she debuted the music video for “Carpet,” the opening track off of her late 2018 album Matter Of It.
This slow moving, easy going Americana track offers a sincere depiction of mental health. The video provides a clear look into the murky waters of isolation, anxiety, and depression woven together with delicate lyrics.Read More
Following in the wake of 2018’s “The Sinner” and “Hesitant Kiss,” Mary Moore released her latest single, “Map My Body” on May 3rd. As with her previous music, Mary digs deep with candid introspection. “Map My Body” takes a different path in terms of delivery and is a delightfully imaginative song.Read More
We recently spoke to Daisy Maude in our Friday Feature interview with her. She mentioned that a new single would be coming out soon, and that day has come! “Pretend” hit the world on April 26th. While different from her previous releases, this song fits her sound and overall aesthetic with amazing synchronicity.Read More
Van Isaacson, Wisconsin native turned Chicago local, blends indie rock with a smooth, soulful sound on his latest release, “Loving You Back.” Isaacson’s past knowledge as a writer and backing musician has now led him in the direction of a solo artist. Isaacson’s sound boasts confidence as he finds and creates his own unique style.Read More
Nashville’s South For Winter are currently recording their debut full length album at The Tracking Room right here in Music City. While the album’s leading single “Twine” will officially be released this Friday, we’re happy to be exclusively premiering the track today!Read More
It’s no secret that fantastic music comes out of Tennessee, with Nashville natives, The Busks, being no exception. Lead by brothers Dylan and Jacob Miller, the pair create indie-folk music fit for any occasion and any time of the day.
After taking a break, The Busks are back and ready to make more music for the world to hear. Their latest single, “To Make You Happy,” gives fans a taste of what the band is capable of in terms of future releases.Read More
With this past Wednesday marking the first official day of spring this year, Nashville’s Jared Minnix’s latest single comes just in time for warmer weather. The latter part of last year saw an EP from Minnix titled Virginia Rose, and today’s release, “Might As Well,” is a nice surprise for fans of his previous music.Read More
Today we’re premiering “Something New,” Nashville based singer-songwriter Lucy Isabel’s latest single. Following late 2018’s “California Come Down,” this is a slow moving single that allows the listener to sink into the story. Lucy’s crisp and clear vocals take center stage as “Something New” unfolds to a folk-inspired melody.Read More
Today we have a special treat for you! We’re exclusively streaming “I Struck Gold,” the new single from singer-songwriter Katie Lyon. While the single will officially be released on February 12th, you can give it a listen in advance down below.Read More
Carving out space in what can be an oversaturated city is no easy task, and Nashville’s Phöenix Lazare proves that hard work and determination yield tangible results. Phöenix resides in Music City, works at a label, holds a degree from Berklee College Of Music, and is set to release her new single “Under The Light” on December 7th.
You can exclusively stream “Under The Light” right here at Out From The Pine Box! You can also read an interview with Phöenix where we talk Berklee, where to catch a killer show in Nashville, and more.Read More
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.Read More