KOPPS is a fantastic band, and they’re fronted by the amazing Patricia Patron. She’s the kind of fiery front woman that we aspire to be in our minds. She’s also a licensed therapist which makes her even cooler. We talked to her about mental health, their new song “Hott” and working with Joywave.
Savvy and Mandy are two sisters taking over. They are some of the sweetest voices in country music and their song “Wildfire” is about powerful women that know what they want in life.
MINKE’S “Maybe 25” dropped today and if this single sets the tone for her debut EP out later this year, I am ecstatic. She wrote this single on the struggles of modern dating, but specifically about finding love online.
Kris Angelis has the most perfect way of telling stories. Her lyrics just hit really hard, her new song “Stained Glass” is about being broken but coming back stronger. We talked to Kris about the new song and her upcoming EP.
Seinabo Sey is captivating. Shortly into her gorgeous video for “I Owe You Nothing,” it’s clear that she’s a force to be reckoned with. Immediately, she tells her audience, “I don’t have to smile for you. I don’t have to move for you, I don’t have to dance, monkey dance, monkey dance, monkey dance for you.”
With news of their first headlining tour, we got the chance to check out lovelytheband in Nashville and at Hangout Festival. lovelytheband hit the stage just as the sun started to set and the venue came alive with more fans. Opening with “Make You Feel Pretty” the band set the scene with the song giving off a similar vibe to the time of night and finally for us in Nashville, great weather.
Charlie Korman has a lot of work ethic. It shows through his drive not only int he music industry, but also in his education. He manages to be a college student along with his booming music career.
Stubbs in Austin was filled with a multi-generational crowd for Greta Van Fleet. It was clear that with the nostalgia came with the older crowd, and new interests brought in a younger crowd, one that was unfamiliar to Greta Van Fleet’s sound. Austin was their sixth US stop on their headlining tour.
HRVY has that classic pop sound that I love, but there’s something about his music that is just different than what I’ve heard before. Between relatable lyrics and ridiculously catchy choruses, I can just picture what the energy of a HRVY show is like – and it’s a show I’m trying to be at.
FF5 was performing at the Nashville House during SXSW and it was early, I mean it was probably like 1 p.m. but very early for me. As soon as they hit the stage it felt like a party. There was choreography and nonstop dancing.