Norman F*cking Rockwell is Lana Del Rey’s most complete and consistently fantastic work to date.
Barney Cortez: Pretty Thin EP
Whether it’s in how he carries himself, his music or what he visually creates, there’s one thing you can’t deny about Barney Cortez: he has style. You can see that abundantly in his Pretty Thin EP.
William Rose and the Flying Islands: Insatiable Textured Sounds
The times of throwing musicians into one specific genre are fading. William Rose is a master musician and frontman, but don’t try to categorize him or The Flying Islands. Because, what they create won’t fit into your boxes. It will beautifully paint outside the lines.
Under the Oak: Folk for the Soul
So many musicians out there are doing some seriously cool stuff. Among them are the Philadelphia-based folk, Americana and indie rock influenced group Under the Oak.
Lovin’ on the Locals: Domestic Blend
If you don’t think it’s possible for music to charm the heck out of you then you are dead wrong, my friend. Listen to Domestic Blend and try not to be wooed.
Mondo Cozmo: “Plastic Soul” is a Soundtrack of Anthems for Dreamers
If there's anyone that embodies "third times a charm" it's Josh Ostrander. After striking out earlier in his career, he has evolved into Mondo Cozmo and created something so soulfully infectious it's hard to ignore.
Beach Fossils “Somersault”: Apparently “Jangle Pop” is a Thing?
Listen, I couldn't really tell you what jangle pop is, but if that's what the cool kids are calling Beach Fossils, I dig it.