Feral Future are a four piece heavy punk band who are new this year to the Austin, Texas music scene. They released a debut vinyl EP on Austin based Western Medical Records this year, and will have a debut full length LP available in spring 2013.
Empress Of is Lorely Rodriguez. She is 23 years old, lives in New York City, and creates all of her music from scratch.
\"To transcend // to expand love // to stay ancient while fresh\" is the mission of Brooklyn artist Doe Paoro. Her music reveals itself as a form of mystic R&B. Paoro released her debut album, \"Slow to Love,\" in February 2012, after months traveling alone through the Himalayas and studying Tibetan Opera singing. The ethereal vocal nuances in her songs reference her work with the Tibetan art form. She has drawn comparisons from James Blake to Lykke Li but her music remains singular. She has showcased at SXSW, CMJ and played the Osheaga Festival in Montreal.
GOLD & YOUTH is a band based in Vancouver and Toronto who write songs tinged with nostalgic desire. Their music evokes memories of neo-noir Los Angeles, cinematic haze and midnight solitudes.
The city of Pittsburgh is known as the “City of Champions”, and it is the mindset of hard work and determination that propels the city to heights that others cannot reach. Brewing in the depths of the cities core is a rare breed of Emcee keen on musical competency and excellence with the mindset of that city, which he represents. Ever since writing lyrics as a kid with his older brother, to rocking crowds of peers throughout high school years, to now giving shivers to those once seen as superiors, there is no feat that can restrain his progress.
Dat Boi T, Born & Raised In Houston, Texas In The Neighborhood Of Second Ward. The 28 Year Old Hispanic Rap Artist is affiliated with the Legendary Screwed Up Click Founded By The Late Great DJ Screw (RIP). He is known as the Official \"Screwed Up Essay\" and has formed a Latino camp called the \"S.U.E. or the Screwed Up Essays\" His Mixtapes Consist Of The “What’s Really Good!” Series. His 1st Studio Album, “Life In Da Slow Lane” Was Released January 1, 2009 Including Production By Cy Fyre.
If Parenthetical Girls have learned anything over the course of their bewilderingly unorthodox discography, it\'s that they are—for richer or for poorer—a necessarily singular pop group. It\'s a peculiarity that they\'ve learned to embrace—a single-minded conviction that pours itself over every corner of their latest album, Privilege (Marriage Records).
Arabia Mountain, the sixth studio album and fourth Vice Records release by the Black Lips, finds the hell-raising Atlanta quartet digging deep into the roots of their exposed-nerve sound and simultaneously exploring surprising new possibilities in their music – or as one of their new songs puts it, “lookin’ in a new direction.” Singer-guitarist Cole Alexander explains, “We tried to do what we do best, and keep it raw, but we also opened up to working with a producer and experimenting with new sounds. We tried to keep doing what we’re doing, while expanding and growing at the same time.”
Considering that he hails from the balmy climes of Tucson, Arizona, Andrew Collberg writes surprisingly dreamy, chill guitar-tinged pop. A true traveling troubador, he writes music of lyrical love and sun kissed musings on personal connections and lifes that might be lived. He is currently preparing for a national tour in support of his self-titled album.
Dubbed, "Chew it up, Spit it out, Rock and Roll", Cheers' is a raw, rootsy, psychedelic pop rock quartet from Philadelphia, PA. With a live show channeling David Bryne, animal of the muppets, and far-out impulses equivalent to evangelicals speaking in tongue, Cheers is something close to the devil, God, or cocaine.