Venture notes, “Sweet To Me was a feeling I had during the prime of my last relationship when things were at their sweetest moments. When nothing can go wrong and all things are great until all things do go wrong and then it all changes.”
The track was produced by Gilde “Gilflo” Flores, known for scoring movie soundtracks and TV including Timbalands new lifetime series The Pop Game.
The Native Howl released a 5 song EP Thrash Grass on the band-owned Clean Dirt Records that remained on the Billboard Charts for nearly 2 months, having people scratching their heads. The Rochester, Michigan act kicked off in 2013 as a duo releasing their debut recording The Revolutions Dead before adding the newest members which brought them into a brand new genre mixing rock, folk, and bluegrass. Now with adding piano, harmonica, banjo, djembe, the band is nearly impossible to define. With their social media stacked up with followers and the video approaching 300k views, The Native Howl is poised to breakout in 2017. Check out the track Thunderhead.
Julian who moved to NYC and is studying at NYU, cites The Weeknd, J Dilla, Vampire Weekend as influences. Inspired by a wide array of genres, Julian combines hip hop, indie rock and a bit of R&B. Julian has over 500k Spotify plays and was recently added to the popular Spotify Playlist Chillvibes.
Strange Her, an Alabama based rootsy-rock band offers the track Middle Man which comes off their debut The Wrong Kind of Mermaid scheduled for a summer release. Chaos rightly described this 4 piece noise act that cites influences from Fugazi to At the Drive-in. Check them out at The Nick on March 18th in Birmingham.
Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Sam Nicolosi released the soul track Fiction. Sam got his start when his songs were passed around, eventually leading to a pub deal with Warner Chappell Music. The new single follows the successful Realign which was a blog favorite and made Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist. Check it out!