Spud Cannon

Beginning at Vassar College in the fall of 2016, the story of Spud Cannon charts the emotional journey of finding oneself with vignettes of rock and roll highs and lows interspersed throughout. All, mostly, bef... Read More...

Personal Space

Personal Space is a conundrum: indie without a scene, prog disdaining complexity, a dad band without dads. Since they released their debut EP, The Early Universe Was Entirely Opaque, in 2014, the band has been ... Read More...

Psychic Shakes

Since its inception, Psychic Shakes, the solo project of Brighton-based artist Max McLellan, has transported listeners with easy-going, melodically engaging hooks that drift through the subconscious. Far away v... Read More...

Makeunder

NPR Music’s Bob Boilen described Makeunder’s 2015 EP Great Headless Blank as “one of the most outstanding and challenging new bits of music I've heard this year.” That year, he’d also end up arranging the strin... Read More...

Carriers

Having played in several bands and touring throughout the US since, skipping college in the process, Cincinnati-based artist Curt Kiser has been meticulously crafting his proper debut as a songwriter in step wi... Read More...

Looms

After a summer tour in 2017 with Looms, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sharif Mekawy came home to the end of a relationship. This heartbreak led to a month wherein he confined himself to a month of writin... Read More...

Quiet Kids

Although otherworldly in its textures, indie-pop group Quiet Kids new, self-titled EP is rooted firmly in the ties that bind. Family and friends serve as the bedrock to finding one’s voice, as Quiet Kids have d... Read More...

No Moniker

The lyrical and sonic themes at play on Richmond-based rockers No Moniker’s latest EP, Private Prophet, represent the push and pull between best laid plans and life’s realities. Following singing to Brooklyn-ba... Read More...

HARMS

While playing with his other band, What Moon Things, Brooklyn-based artist Jake Harms began to start to feel an itch to make something wholly his own. It didn't start as a record - just a group of songs that se... Read More...

Cathedral Bells

They say you can’t go home again, but for Matt Messore it took returning to his hometown of Cassadaga, Florida to discover a new path forward. After traveling across the country and time spent in his former gro... Read More...