Emitt Rhodes was ahead of his time as a one man band with a home studio in the early ’60s, and his limited catalog lives on because of a strong cult following.
Not every artist that moves to Los Angeles becomes a superstar. Artists like Jenny O. make a career through songs on TV shows and performing with other artists.
The Weeks are proud of their Mississippi roots, which comes through loud and clear on their song “Brother In The Night.”
In Through The Out Door has gotten a bad rap, but “Hot Dog” is one of Led Zeppelin’s more unique songs perfect for the 4th of July holiday.
Sometime we hear songs again and again in the most random places – “Saturdays” by Twin Shadow ft. Haim is one of those songs.
You’ve heard Greg Kurstin’s Grammy Award winning production work with Adele and Beck, but he also releases music with Inara George in The Bird And The Bee.
The Best Song You’ve Never Heard celebrates Record Store Day with a special cover from Shearwater and Sharon Van Etten as they cover a classic from Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty.
Muna is a band that speaks on LGBTQ+ issues in their music, and one of their early singles is a song that will get stuck in your head.
Roxy Music’s catalog has received more recognition in the US as the years have gone by, but they still have a few hidden gems.
TV and movies rely on music to drive their storylines and add an extra element to their work. Sometimes you hear it within the show itself, sometimes you hear it in the commercials to promote their upcoming release. Many artists have used these opportunities as a launching pad for their career like Snow Patrol’s… Read more »