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AfroPunk Features Nickel&Rose Single, "Americana"

Nickel&Rose is an Americana/ folk duo made up of Carl Nichols and Johanna Rose. Together, they bring life and meaning back to Americana music as we know it, and this impact is not going unrecognized. AfroPunk featured their single, "Americana" and explored topics like pioneers of musical genres, reclaiming "folk" music and more. Read...  

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Fresh on the Net Features Nikkie McLeod

Afrofutire solo artist, Nikkie McLeod has a powerhouse of a single out, titled "Deep Cry", and Fresh on the Net made it a great addition to their Fresh Faves feature.  Everyone is drawn to this track. The afrofuture sound featuring Nikkie on the steel pan drum evokes a strong emotion that...  

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Paste Magazine Features Wes Youssi

Paste Magazine recently featured Wes Youssi's new album, Down Low, with a full review.  In a world where country music has turned into AutoTuned songs about bros and bikinis, anyone who keeps things classic stands out like the most bedazzled of Nudie suits. While Hank Williams, George Jones and Jim Reeves...  

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PopMatters Premieres Mountain Lions' New Single, "In The Valley"

Former contributor to the indie-rock band, The Lighthouse and the Whaler, Steven Diaz is exploring a musical territory of his own with his new project, Mountain Lions. Having a knack for storytelling, the new Mountain Lions single "In The Valley" is just one magical chapter of the whole book. Click...  

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What's Keeping the Music Industry from Discovering You?

There’s no doubt about it, Facebook can be a frustrating experience. Just when you overcome one hurdle to have your posts appear in a newsfeed, they create another algorithm and you have to start all over again.However, just because your posts aren’t appearing doesn’t mean people aren’t seeing your page.The...  

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Nickel&Rose Announces Single, “Dog River” by Paul Corsi

“Dog River” is the second single off the upcoming EP, Americana, due September 4 from Nickel&Rose. It is an Appalachian stomp restrained with a haunting, droning instrumental inspired by the music from the Sahara.

4 Signs You're Ready to Hire a Music Publicist by Janelle

We have a lot of bands who come to Green Light Go wanting to hire us as their music publicist. And of the bands that show up in our inbox, we only take on about 10%. Much of the time it’s about the music, but there are a few other factors that tell us if a band is ready for a music publicist and why we need to pass.

Beth // James Announces Single, “Wasted on Sundays” by Bri

Austin folk duo Beth // James release their brand new single, “Wasted on Sundays” in the afterglow of “Lion Eyes,” the single handpicked by Spike Lee for the BlacKkKlansman soundtrack. A relatable anthem for the quarter-century life crisis, “Wasted on Sundays” is a time capsule buried in the sand, bottling up carefree moments of youth amidst the weighing down of pressures to overachieve and be successful. 

Harp Samuels Announces Single, ”Away” by Bri

The new ambient folktronica single, “Away” from Melbourne singer songwriter Harp Samuels vulnerably depicts a new reality in the aftermath of losing a loved one. He captures the haze and strangeness of his father’s death and translates that into a whispering electronic ache that flows and floats about a distant, dark space. 

Social Stance Saturday: It's Okay to Not Be Okay (by Bri Bondy) by Bri

Whether you have anxiety that affects your everyday life or you are a support system for someone else,  you are not alone. This social stance is about how anxiety can creep up on you, or even fester for a while, and how to cope with it. Read more for steps on how to once and for all work on improving your mental health or support someone on their journey, because it's really important. 

This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.

Callow Announces Single, “Always About the Ones Who Have it All” by Paul Corsi

The new single from folk-noir duo Callow is a visceral howl crying out from a society left to rot. “Always About the Ones Who Have it All” pulls back a tattered curtain on the political and socio-economic state of the country, and counterbalances its dark shadow. 

Is Your Album a Flop? by Janelle

Learn how to make the most of your album release. If you feel discouraged about the results of releasing an album that you know deserves to be heard, read these tips as to what might have gotten in the way. 

This article appears in the Green Light Grow blog.

Social Stance Saturday: Loss (by Harp Samuels) by Bri

Harp Samuels, a Melbourne-based singer/songwriter, has a new ambient-folk album titled Breathe, out September 14. This is an album created in the aftermath of his father's death. Already having lost his mother over a decade ago, Samuels is no stranger to loss, and his Social Stance is a great example of how real and strange losing a loved one can be. Read it now. 

This article appears in the Social Stance Saturday blog.

PopMatters Premieres Mountain Lions' New Single, "In The Valley" by Bri

Find out why Jonathan Frahm from PopMatters is calling Mountain Lions' new single, 'explorative folk"! Read the premiere of and watch the music video for their single, "In The Valley" here!

AfroPunk Features Nickel&Rose Single, "Americana" by Bri

AfroPunk's Nathan Leigh called Nickel&Rose's single, "Americana", "One of the best folk songs" he's heard all year. Read more about it here!

Summer Magic Announces Single, “A Certain Little Chord” by Paul Corsi

Co-produced at Native Sound Recording with David Beeman (Pokey Lafarge, Tristen) and mixed by David Vandervelde (Father John Misty), the new single from Summer Magic, is bottled sunshine uncorked and unleashed.

The Big Takeover Premieres New Single From Summer Magic by Bri

St. Louis singer and multi-instrumentalist, Summer Magic, has a new single. The Big Takeover premieres another catchy sun-soaked tune, "A Certain Little Chord"!

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