Leah Capelle Is On A Mission

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Leah Capelle is fearless. Her songs recent songs “Docs” and “Settle Down” show that she isn’t worried about putting feminism into her music, and that’s something we can get behind. Leah is honest with her experience and there’s nothing holding her back. How did you get started in music? I was raised by a retired classical soprano who serenaded me …

RUUMER Is The Sister Pop Duo To Watch

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RUUMER, the dynamic sister duo with sparkling pop sounds is just off the release of their song “Gimme Some” and they’re definitely not stopping. I talked to them about Catholic school, staying motivated, and what’s coming next. So, how did you get started? Melis: We’ve been singing and acting since we were both 3 years old. We’re sister which some …

It’s Impossible To Be Sad Listening To Crush Club

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Crush Club is like what summer sounds like in music form. The duo creates high-energy sparkling tracks that instantly hook you. We talked to them about their tour and the sweet inspiration behind their song “Higher.” How did Crush Club form? Le Chev: It’s a classic big city story.  A couple misfit artists trying to find their way, we met …

Yoshi Flower Isn’t Paranoid

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Hailing from Detroit, Yoshi Flower has the most unique chill vibe but with his own electronic and hip hop flair. His cool demeanor and catchy lyrics are what makes him a perfect accompaniment as he joins SG Lewis on his fall tour. Prior to taking off the road, we got to speak to the artist about his start and what to expect on tour.

The Jacks: Rock ‘n’ Roll with a Modern Twist

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It seems rare these days to see a band that doesn’t have some sort of synthesizer on stage with them. The evolution of electronic music has bled seamlessly into pop, rock, rap, and indie music making it possible to replicate a variety of preconstructed beats and sounds. But California rock group, The Jacks, have made a conscious decision to stick with a more straightforward approach; “Our goal is to never have a computer on stage,” said bassist, Scott Stone, quickly adding, “Not that there’s anything wrong with bands who do that, we just really want to just keep it to four guys and four instruments.”

New Music Alert: Emma Zander’s My Generation

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I think as a 20-something it’s been hard to find a specific song that just resonates with everyone. When I listened to Emma Zander’s “My Generation” it just clicked. I knew that if I could relate to this song, all my friends of various ages could too. Emma’s poppy sound combined with her honest lyrics make this an infectious song and we are so thrilled to share it with you!

Lauren Marsh Has Come A Long Way

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Lauren Marsh has the sweetest voice and these honest lyrics that really standout. Se started playing in coffee shops along the Jersey Shore and she got the opportunity to open for the legendary Don McLean. Her song “Take Me With You (When You Go)” was inspired by road trips with friends and it’ll make you want to hit the road …

Catching Up With Mobley At Hangout Fest

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When our editor here at the New Nine told me to check out Mobley at Hangout Fest, I said “Mobley Who?” Mobley, an Austin-based one-man show, just came out with “Fresh Lies, Vol. I,” an enticing upbeat musical jolt of energy that catches you by the ears and has you dancing from start to finish. Mobley refers to “Fresh Lies, Vol. I” as a song cycle rather than an album, because it’s a part of a story project that he will continue for the rest of his career.