An artists album title, when chosen consciously with care, typically serves to tell the listener what they’re generally in for. To that same thought, an artist’s name serves as the first true introduction to the artist and what they’re all about. While it doesn’t have to be outrightly explained, reading or hearing it automatically guides the listener to a specific direction. So you can imagine … Continue reading Here are some Thoughts in my Mind after my first exposure to KumTheRapper.
Today at The Treehouse we’re turning the spotlight on BSB! No, not that BSB, it’s 15-year old twin sisters Alix and Deary of The Brower Sisters Band. The Brower Sisters Band recently released their first EP “Old Friends Are New Strangers” and we took a quick liking to their debut single, “Messed You Up (Skatepark)” so we reached out to see if we could learn … Continue reading Spotlight On: The Brower Sisters Band
Today on the DBfBVH I talk a bit more about some recent news headlines, American gun reform, the importance of creative outlets (like this one!) and feature my cover of Death Cab for Cutie’s Your Heart is an Empty Room and The Postal Service’s Brand New Colony. Listen now on Anchor or read on for the official transcript below. Official transcript: Aaaand we’re back with … Continue reading Death Bus for Blondie Variety Hour: S2 E5 – Your Heart is an Empty Room
From Tulsa, Oklahoma, singer songwriter Ellie Grace Herrold’s latest is a deeply introspective observational track that exposes the difficulties of simply sitting with yourself and your thoughts. Listen now on Spotify. Produced by Trent Hayes, it slowly builds from an ambient rhythm into an explosive dream-like chorus that absorbs you into it like a spell. When speaking of the songwriting process for the track, Ellie … Continue reading We’re topping up with Ellie Grace Herrold’s latest, “Empty”
All the way from Santa Cruz, California, today we’re pleased to feature “Altered State” by hip hop artist M. Aundre. Produced by Sureet Sandhu of Digital Desi Productions, the track is an easy-listen carefree vibe that has no trouble holding your attention and guiding you into a loose meditative state. Topping the track is M. Aundre’s alluring casual rap rhythm that carries a unique quality … Continue reading Enter an Altered State with M. Aundre
Available everywhere today, the latest by U.K based Andrew Thomas, “Dancing Through The Pain” is an emotional reflection on a mother coming to terms with the loss of her daughter. Produced by Canadian Mikey Scott, the track comes from Andrew’s forthcoming album “The Book of Short Stories” due out on June 16th, 2023. Listen now on Spotify Watch the official music video on YouTube Pre-order … Continue reading New Music Release: Andrew Thomas “Dancing Through The Pain”
Disclaimer: not a real experimental therapy, just a funny play on words. Straight from the doctor’s office and into our prescribed medicine bottle is “Rixile Elixir”, the latest experimental rock record by Dr. John Kline. Yeah he’s apparently a real doctor – a psychological one from Montana but now based in Alabama, who previously developed what he dubbed as The Music Therapy Experiment, a collection … Continue reading Dr. John Kline’s new experimental therapy “Rixile Elixir” gets clearance for clinical trials.
It begins with an ominous edge, a single full-bodied acoustic guitar strumming chords with intention, each one struck a little more aggressive than the last. Or at least that’s how it seems as each chord descends into the next, carefully guiding us down into the depths with it like a precise town clock. The chords are replaced by single picked notes that bring with them … Continue reading Losing Our Minds For Isa Raja
There’ll be no more Jaimee Eat World releases for the foreseeable future. Statement on Instagram below: Relive the journey on YouTube: Continue reading Jaimee Eat World turns it in.
Like a light cool breeze on the first hot summer day, Dan Krochmal’s “Fomo” hits the sweet spot in the first few seconds of this contemporary pop-rock track. Before hearing a single word it brings you into the early days of the Gin Blossoms or Goo Goo Dolls with brilliant clean guitar lines and a rhythm section that knows how to settle right into the … Continue reading Starve away your biggest fears with Dan Krochmal’s soothing “Fomo”