The Strike

Having received international attention following the release of their debut album; including a sync placement in To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, and being handpicked by Quincy Jones for a 3 month live residency, The Strike went from strength to strength. However, the pandemic put album plans on hold, and the band released a…

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The Sweeplings

The Sweeplings make music that settles comfortably into the canon of classic American acoustic music. Haunting yet hopeful, together Whitney Dean and Cami Bradley create luring melodies and lyrics that touch on the universal and the fleeting; those shared experiences that while they’re happening might seem trivial but go on to become waypoints in the memory…

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The Haunt

The Haunt co-founders and siblings Anastasia Grace Haunt [vocals] and Maxamillion “Max” Haunt [guitar, production] creatively lean on their own quiet lifelong bond to make a loud musical statement.  Joined by Nat Smallish [bass] and Nick Lewert [drums], they congregate around a boundless vision for what alternative  music can be, accented by electronic textures, cinematic…

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The Light The Heat

Music bounces your reflection back to you much like a clear pool does. Instead of rippling water, that reflection materializes in waves of sound and vocals. The Light The Heat assemble ponderous cinematic indie folk out of lush instrumentation, thought-provoking lyrics, and soft harmonies. For as much as the music reveals about its creators Nathan…

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The Paper Kites

Melbourne indie folk five-piece The Paper Kites have won over tens of thousands of fans worldwide since their debut EPs – Young North and Woodland, the latter featuring Gold-certified track “Bloom.”  Having toured across 4 continents, 24 countries, The Paper Kites have played to sold-out crowds around the world. With over 400 million combined streams on…

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The Album Leaf

The Album Leaf began as the solo project of Jimmy LaValle, who came up in the San Diego music scene playing in hardcore bands and the instrumental rock band Tristeza. He had inked a deal to release his next solo album through the indie label Tigerstyle Records, so he put the modest advance towards a…

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The Ballroom Thieves

While never shying away from topics and ideas they are passionate about, The Ballroom Thieves – Martin Earley and Calin Peters – have charmed fans around the country. Their catalog has amassed hundreds of millions of streams, garnered key press (NPR Music, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post) and radio support, and gained a loyal live…

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The Collection

Little Deaths is a nuanced, emotional and intimate step inward for the otherwise hyperbolic band The Collection, the North Carolina-based indie-pop band founded by frontman David Wimbish.  In their time together, the tightly knit, six members of The Collection have inspired listeners with their raucous sound. They built their familial fan base over three independent albums,…

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Taylor Deupree

Technology and imperfection. The raw and the processed. Curator and curated. Solo explorer and gregarious collaborator. The life and work of Taylor Deupree are less a study in contradictions than a portrait of the multidisciplinary artist in a still-young century. Deupree is an accomplished sound artist whose recordings, rich with abstract atmospherics, have appeared on numerous…

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