Sydney rockers The Snowdroppers are a kick ass bluesy rock quartet that really wail.
"White Dress" is a scorcher of a first single and the production is top notch front to back.
The twisted, sinister NSFW video should draw some extra, well-deserved attention.
Austin hard rock throwback outfit Scorpion Child are straight out of Dazed and Confused.
"Polygon of Eyes" is the modern era embodiment of 1970s classic rock and heavy metal.
I can not even begin to articulate the plethora of positive emotions this song has evoked.
So this will have to suffice for now... LONG LIVE ROCK N FUCKIN ROLL \m/
Up and coming poet, raconteur, and future legend F. Stokes dropped a treat for us tonight.
"1954" was just released by the NYC by way of the midwest rapper as a free download.
I'm guessing that this is the first of many "thank yous" from his fan-funded Kickstarter.
Really diggin on this Georgia-based melodic singer/songwriter, Heath McNease.
"Calls That Never Come" is a sweet singalong that gets your foot tapping and head nodding.
Beautiful voice, creative guitar playing, and thoughtful lyrics are gonna take him a long way.
London-based Josef Salvat has one hell of a voice, but his music hasn't grabbed me until now.
"Hustler" is meaningful orchestral pop that bleeds emotion through honest, confessional lyrics.
This is one of the best songs the snobby Pitchfork TV crew has highlighted so far this year.