Dear Rouge is comprised of Drew and Danielle McTaggart who are partners in music and life. After quitting their day jobs and focusing on music full time their sound started taking off.
Austin has such a strong tradition of local music. Everyone is so supportive of each other and there’s this amazing culture surrounding local artists. We chat with Carry Illinois about their honest writing and their new music.
We love the new Caroline Grace song “Lotto” but we love the stripped down version even more. Her sultry vocals take center stage and the smooth backing instruments are a vibe that we can’t stop listening to.
Bands like Ripe are few and far between. The band is famous for their infectious energy and insane live performance. I chatted with Robbie about their live show and how they developed their signature sound.
When it comes to drive and vision, it would be hard pressed to find anyone with the sense of direction Lostboycrow has. A little bit of pop, R&B, and electronic music fusion, Lostboycrow has set up a story with his releases.
We’ve all been there. We’re seeing someone and everything is vibing pretty well, but somehow they only want to talk when it’s 3AM. BARKLEY’s latest single, un-ironically titled “3AM” covers the exact feeling.
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.
Emily Perry is the Australian sweetheart with the voice of an angel. Her music is a perfect blend of pop and dance. Her songwriting is so organic and it comes from her background as a dancer.
Cody Lovaas’ music is the perfect soundtrack to kickstart your summer. Think throwback Jesse McCartney meets Cody Simpson.
If you’re in need for a feel good pop song, Lo has got you covered. Her latest single, “Drumline,” is upbeat and puts you in the best mood. If that’s not impressive enough, Lo writes, produces and plays all of her own material. She’s authentic and this is true in her sound. Take a listen to “Drumline” and add it to your library because I guarantee it’s going be stuck in your heads!