The Narrative will be releasing a 4-song EP, with the first catchy single titled “New Anxiety” that was released today. This song delves into the theme of intrusive thoughts, making it a perfect choice for fans of chill pop. It was the first of many songs written during the pandemic when the band started writing music again
Based in Nashville, TN, The Narrative emerges as an indie/alt/pop ensemble that originally hails from Long Island, NY. The convergence of Jesse Gabriel (vocals/guitar) and Suzie Zeldin (vocals/keys) post-college birthed a creative partnership that culminated in the debut EP release, “Just Say Yes.” This initial success paved the way for two subsequent full-length albums, both acclaimed by both enthusiasts and critics. CONTINUE READING
Tonal Graffiti releases their new hip-hop flavored track titled “I’m Happy.” I’ve always had an affection for songs that put me in a good mood, and “I’m Happy” accomplishes this. I’m going to have a really good day.
“We started this song with a friend who tragically passed away and finished it as an ode and reminder that he is always with us. It is a unique and sunny tune that encourages us and hopefully those that listen, to keep a smile on our faces. Life is unpredictable, can be hard, yet beautiful and while everyday is different and you never know quite what to do or say, you can always do your best to have a good day.”
Tonal Graffiti functions as both an artist and a record label that takes a hands-on approach to releasing music. They release music independently as well as in collaboration with other artists through their label division. This division aims to foster collaboration and draws inspiration from various aspects of the music
Ava Earl has already established herself in the Americana music scene as an artist to watch, having shared the stage with prominent artists like Maggie Rogers even during her high school years. Impressively, she managed to release four albums before turning 18. She first made waves with her 2021 album “The Roses,” produced by the GRAMMY-nominated JT Nero. Now, she’s taking an even bigger leap with her highly new album, “Too Much.”
Continuing along this trajectory, “Too Much” maintains Ava Earl’s distinctive songwriting style while diverging from her previous works. The album was produced by the JUNO-winning Zachariah Hickman and was recorded at Great North Sound Society in Maine. This album introduces a fresh sound, departing from her earlier recordings yet remaining true to Earl’s individualistic musical approach.
“Women are often told or made to feel like we are too much,” Earl says. “We are too much for our surroundings, too much for our peers, too much for our own good. We are supposed to wait our turn, couch our ideas in questions, and just be small. That’s never worked out for me. From a young age, I have been labeled ‘too much’ and I know from experience, I couldn’t be less if I tried. This album works through those feelings of being too much—both for others and sometimes for myself,” says Earl.”
Liv Slingerland has just released a new song called “In The Stars,” perfect for fans of 90’s indie pop. The song captures the emotions of heartbreak with its acoustic guitar and persistent synth bass.
Currently, Liv is touring as Post Malone’s guitarist. This new single marks her first release since her debut album “Hey You,” which came out through Righteous Babe Records. This label was founded by fellow guitarist Ani DiFranco.
Liv Slingerland has been a sought-after bassist and guitarist, working with emerging artists like Lauren Ruth Ward, Robert DeLong, Alex Lahey, and the Overcoats, before joining forces with Halsey. She even had the opportunity to perform on Saturday Night Live as a member of Olivia Rodrigo’s live band.
Her musical influences include greats like Tom Petty, Joan Jett, Chrissie Hynde, The Ramones, Jimi Hendrix, and Talking Heads.
Sianon, hailing from Irish heritage, was raised in Dudley, UK, and is currently a resident of Melbourne, Australia. She has recently released a contagious and radio-ready ballad titled “Loving You This Way.”
Sianon’s musical journey began when she taught herself to play the piano and guitar at the age of 13. She started crafting her own songs and gained experience by performing at open-mic nights and busking on Dudley’s streets. This passion persisted even after she moved to Brighton, UK, for her university education. Her live performances helped her establish a reputation in the music scene, sharing stages with artists like Gabrielle Aplin and gracing festivals such as Isle of Wight. CONTINUE READING