We absolutely love Sophia Scott and are so stoked to premiere her latest single, “Strangers Again.” She says, “meeting a stranger, falling in love, and then breaking up is (in my opinion) overlooked.
I first met Brooklyn based indie-pop band, Plastic Picnic at a dive bar on the Tuesday of SXSW this past March. I didn’t even mean to go to that showcase, but I was hooked the second they played a Police cover, and lead singer, Emile Panerio, left the stage to give the audience fist bumps. They had a contagious sort of joy that was hard not to give into, and my friends and I found ourselves dancing along to songs we had never heard before, but somehow felt we already knew. By the end of the week, I had seen Plastic Picnic four times and still wasn’t sick of them.
Trevor Douglas does the perfect job of blending 80s vibes with a modern sound. We talked to the up-and-coming artist about growing up in Dallas, dealing with anxiety, and his insanely catchy new song “Take This Back.”
AlunaGeorge the spectacular British duo is back with an insane new song “Superior Emotion” Ft. Cautious Clay. The song comes alongside the announcement of their new EP titles ‘Champagne Eyes’ which is set to be released on October 5th and we can’t wait.
Kyan Palmer’s start in music is kind of unconventional for an artist, but you wouldn’t know it from his singles. His latest, “Make It Up” is about the passion in a relationship, whether it’s healthy or unhealthy. It’s a bop you’re definitely going to want to add to your summer playlist to keep the heat going.
Liddy Clark is the latest rising star in country music. She has the sweetest voice and she’s so honest with her music. We chatted with her about her amazing new EP Testing The Waters.
Youngblood has the energy that kind of sparks a room. From the moment we met, I knew she was going to be an artist I’d add to my playlist. Her music is pretty moody with an electric pulse…think Lana del Rey mixed with Nancy Sinatra. Seriously, whatever she’s doing just works. I got to see her in LA as she prepped for her EP dropping in just a few weeks.
Rotana is courageous as she is talented. Her music takes us into her own personal journey of exploration of religion, sexuality, national identity and more. I loved getting to know this songstress and I cannot wait for you to get to know her, too. We talked about life and music and she’s definitely going to be on your playlists this year.
When you’re compared to Joni Mitchell, The Beatles and David Bowie, you’re definitely in good company. Irene Greene’s talent for songwriting and story-telling is an intricate artform. She’s debuted her single, “Platinum Baby” already, but this is only the beginning for Irene.
One of the best parts about the growing and adapting scene here in Nashville is the opportunity for acts to emerge in their own unique way. Back in 2014, I remember one of our local stations playing a track from a new rock pop band called Jet Black Alley Cat. Obviously, with a band name like that and a debut single titled “Poison”, they had my attention.