Category Archives: Videos

Listen To: Eryn Woods

Bubble gum pop artist Eryn Woods releases the track Rule Breaker along with a video. Woods brings back the 80’s fashion, bright colors, fun, and the Uh Oh Oh’s.

Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, Woods spends her time traveling between NYC, Atlanta, and Los Angeles. Her tracks have been featured on Vh1 and MTV, and she has worked with designers NYMPHA London, Betsey Johnson.  She has performed alongside with Adam Lambert, Karmin, Hey Monday, and The Ready Set and just won Atlanta’s 2014 Female Artist Of The Year Award.


The latest single Area 51 from DRÆMINGS deserves a shout out. I instantly fell in love with this dark pop track entrenched with 80’s synths.

DRÆMINGS which is the creative project of Kimi Recor also comes with unusual backstory. Born on the outskirts of Munich, she discovered music listening to Ace of Base on a cassette tape. Having spent a moment in Colorado, she left for San Francisco and it was that time where she immersed herself in guitar, keys, bass, and drums and began playing around the local scene. But then NYC found her and so did addiction and with that, she returned to the west coast settling in Los Angeles with good results.

The indie pop queen wrote and recorded the five-song demo entirely on her own and Sumerian Records stumbled upon the demo’s Soundcloud page and offered her a deal.

The track Area 51 is about being in love with somebody who’s also a musician,” says Recor. “When you love someone who’s a traveling artist you always know that person is going to leave. It’s vagabond love. The two of you are never going to be in the same place at the same time for long. You let people go and you’re okay with it. I’ve always been with artists and had to accept they’re going to love their art more than they love me because I love my art more than anyone.”

The full length The Eternal Lonesome, will be released August 5th and the album was produced byEric Palmquist (MUTEMATH, Bad Suns, Night Riots). Upcoming shows at the Echo in Los Angles onAugust 5th and September 7th in Portland at Holocene.

Listen To: Heathers

Twin sister duo knocks it out the park with their latest track Call Home. Ellie and Louise Macnamarawho make up the Irish indie pop duo, and who go under the moniker of Heathers made a splash on the scene a couple years back, but 2016 could prove to be their biggest year.

The girls who’ve already had number one singles in Ireland are going global. With two summer tours and SXSW runs, a U.S. fanbase is sure to follow.

Listen To: Ninet Tayeb

Karen O reincarneted Ninet Tayeb is rocking it out with her latest video Superstar which was filmed in NYC. She began her journey after winning Israeli Idol which propelled her to overnight fame.

Now with four albums under her belt, the female rocker has her eyes on the U.S. And yes, the American music charts needs variety outside from Drake and Adele.

Known for her fierce determination, Ninet will travel to the states where she’ll be finishing up a new album. She had been touring with Porcupine Tree’s Steven Wilson with stops at Royal Albert Hall in London and The Beacon Theater in New York, while picking up some press mentions from the likes ofNPR and The Brooklyn Vegan after her SXSW performance.

Upcoming plans includes a fall tour and a new album.  Check out the video below.

Listen To: Shane

Shane is creating a buzz with his latest Insecure. The 24 year old Los Angeles based pop artist released a teaser video which clocked over a million views after he posted it to Facebook winning over the likes of BuzzFeed’s Ashly Perez.

The song comes off his latest EP Sad which he co-produced with Australian producer Craig Williams. The wonder kid who works at Urban Outfitters in Burbank also choreographed, casted, co-directed and edited the eye candy video.

Listen To: The Chordaes

Singer-songwriter and lead vocalist Leo Sawikin is paying tribute to his childhood idols Brian Wilson and Carole King with his latest track Get The Feeling.  Fronting the NYC act called The Chordaes, the band just released the album Touch The Ground and sound like seasoned pros that just came off the road opening for the Stones for a year.

With college radio airplay and love from Earmilk,  BlackBook, and Deli Magazine, the emerging rock outfit is set to take off.

Listen To: Megan Burtt

A favorite, Megan Burtt, has been a busy bee. Having Performed with The Colorado Symphony, and headlining the Bluebird Theater in her hometown of Denver, the songstress just released the music video Fast As I Go that comes off her album the The Bargain.

A song about chasing your potential, the video was shot in 8 different locations that included a helicopter for transportation.

Megan who is a Berklee grad and The Rocky Mountain Folks Fest Songwriter of The Year has toured the US, UK, and Europe.

Listen To: Will Jay

Will Jay’s Gentleman‘ is heating up. The self-released video was premiered on Baeble Music and blogged by gossip queen Perez Hilton. 

His soon to be released EP was produced by Mikal Blue (Jason Mraz, Colbie Caillat) and Dan Book (Demi Lovato, Big Time Rush). He will perform on the Grow Wild Tour, which runs from May 19th – June 29th.

Influenced by classics such as The Beatles, the 19 year old singer-songwriter based in sunny LA got his start in musical theatre and found himself singing background ground vocals with acts from Linkin Park to Josh Groban. Acting isn’t hard for Jay either as he landed a guest  role  on TNT’s The Closer.

Listen To: The Love Elektrik

Newly formed pop-alternative act based in Nashville just released the track ‘Ponytail‘, along with a sultry playful video that can be viewed here. The 4 piece who dub themselves The Love Elektrik is fronted by songwriter/producer Anthony Rankin.

With a short time of its release, the video and song have organically accrued thousands of views onVevo and streams on Spotify.  It would be a big win and a good fit for these boys if they could hop on the Maroon 5 summer tour.