Panteon Shares ‘Travel Log 1’ EP Via PopMatters

Brooklyn-based indie-folk singer songwriter, Panteon shares her debut EP, Travel Log 1. The album debuted on PopMatters last week, who praise, “The six tracks present on the record comprise a cohesive whole of dream-like intrigue. The moments and the places that inspired the EP are all very much tangible.” Travel Log 1 is out now on all DSPs.


WALK THE MOON’s latest single “One Foot” has hit Number 1 at Alternative Radio. The track’s success follows the band’s breakout hit “Shut Up And Dance”, which also hit Number 1 at Alternative Radio. Since the single’s release, “One Foot” has quickly made its way up the charts with over 32.8 million streams across all partners to date, and it is nearing the Top 20 at Top 40 Radio. Billboard stated about the “One Foot”, “The bouncy track that mixes a disco-like groove with a tribal chant chorus custom-made for shouting along to at shows is the perfect distillation of the band’s signature foot-stomping sound.”


Monophonics are back with a six-song EP that fuses the complimentary and explosive soul, rock and funk influences, proving themselves to be the rightful inheritors of the Bay Area’s impressive psychedelic soul sound. Mirrors is comprised entirely of cover tunes, except that I doubt you’ve ever heard of half the deeply funky and soulful originals that inspired these soulful, tastefully produced, and timeless Monophonics treatments. “We wanted to do a couple songs that were more familiar to people and then shine some light on groups we’re big into,” lead singer, keyboardist and co-producer Kelly Finnigan explains. It takes a lot of guts to cover your favorite songs, your van jams, that song you play as a shot of inspiration to break-up a marathon studio session. “Not only are these great songs, but these are artists that we listen to and are influenced by.”

Tritonal & Sj team-up again in ‘Calabasas’

Hot on the heels of the success of their previous collaboration ‘Hung Up’ – the ever-impressive Tritonal & up-and-comer Sj deliver their latest vocal gem in ‘Calabasas’.

Heavily tinged with the trio’s distinct, melodic flavour, ‘Calabasas’ brings another intoxicating production glistening with a spine-tingling vocal delivery.

Elegant, different and proving ‘Hung Up’ was only the beginning of an enticing new collaborative project, Tritonal & Sj are back together in the stunning ‘Calabasas’.

Bellingham’s The Mountain Flowers celebrate their sophomore album”Bye & Bye”

Located in beautiful Bellingham, WA, Joe Sneva, Aaron Wilford, and Freddy Jimenez make up this indie pop goodness. The Mountain Flowers use their upbeat, reverby, beachy sound to accompany their wistful words and catchy choruses, often reminiscing of times spent on the open highways of West Coast America. They’ve shared the stage at Timber! Music Fest with Shovels and Rope, along with supporting Sera Cahoone, The True Loves, Shelby Earl, and Acid Tongue.

Doe Paoro Shares Bold New Song “Guilty”

“Guilty” was produced by renowned producer Jimmy Hogarth, who has worked with Amy Winehouse, James Blunt, James Bay and others, and can be listened to HERE.

“‘Guilty’ is about the internalized blame, self-hatred, and guilt that victims often must contend with (sometimes, for years) following a perplexing, undermining, shameful encounter involving an abuse of power,” Paoro says. “It happens in Hollywood, and it happens in indie music. This song is my story.”

Rod Picott to release double album

Nearly two decades into his songwriting career, Rod Picott hits a prolific peak with Out Past the Wires (available March 30), a double album that serves as the inspiration for an accompanying book of short stories.

Out Past the Wires arrives less than three years after Fortune, Picott’s previous collection of American roots music. During that time, he’s become a published poet, written a screenplay, two books of short fiction and the first draft of a novel. He puts all these those skillsets to work with Out Past the Wires, whose 22 songs mix poetry and prose in equal doses. The result is the strongest album of his career, filled with electrified moments that channel Bruce Springsteen’s anthemic stomp, lyrics worthy of Leonard Cohen’s work, and quietly heartbreaking moments grounded in Picott’s acoustic guitar and road-worn voice.

New Video! Kris Angelis “Kevin Bacon”

Coming all the way from Los Angeles, Kris Angelis recently unveiled a fun and flirty music video for the upbeat single “Kevin Bacon”, and like its title, it heavily nods to that actor’s star-turning performance in the ’80s drama, romance, and dance film Footloose.