Emmeline Announces March 15 Album by Paul Corsi
RISE, the new album from Dallas- based singer-songwriter, Emmeline, races alongside an emotional stampede with piano-driven force, breaking down the barriers of vulnerability along the way. Each song on the album builds with instrumentation and lyrical meaning, the two elements amplifying one another as they charge forth on a cathartic mission for truth and understanding. Emmeline’s existential, yet introspective songwriting puts RISE on pursuit to make sense of the world and its complex themes.
Spectator Announces Single, "Weight" by Paul Corsi
“Weight”, the new single from dream pop duo Spectator, sweeps a whirlwind of emotions through a vast, open heart holding on to something that is about to change. Layers of upbeat guitar symbolize the free, unbolted feeling of living in the moment as the moment itself begins to fade away. Bright, glossy melodies pulse, The rush of blood through a beating vessel in a single existence of pure euphoria.
Silver Lake 66 Announces Single, "Ragged Heart" by Paul Corsi
The new single from Americana duo, Silver Lake 66 about a well-worn heart and a broken relationship, is a modern take on California country, inspired by the ‘60s Bakersfield sound and performed by a stripped-down, just-the-facts backing band. Straight from the heart, Maria Francis sings about a hopeful love that doesn’t stop in spite of past mistakes and pain. The pedal steel guitar soars with an edgy telecaster adding fuel that makes the song go down like a smooth shot of bourbon.
The Line of Best Fit Premieres Video for Orouni's "Son of Mystery" by Bri
Parisian indie-pop band, Orouni, pays homage to Slim Gaillard, a musician, and character in the popular Jack Kerouac novel, On The Road. The Line of Best Fit premiered the colorful animated video that accompanies their new single, "Son of Mystery".
Orouni Announces Single, "Son of Mystery" by Bri
“Son of Mystery”, the new single from Orouni, promenades with light, floating strides through an indie pop storybook. Layers of sound gently unfold like delicate pages slowly turning, each element drifting like words jumping off of the page to tell a tale. Inspired by a character from Jack Kerouac's On The Road, “Son of Mystery” blends layers of instrumentation as acoustic guitar, flute, piano and trumpet all synthesize into a flourishing cocktail of musical novella.
Film Jacket 35 Announce Single, "Something You Should Do" by Paul Corsi
The new indie rock single from Athens, Greece trio, Film Jacket 35, lays two options face up on the table. Either sit back and watch stress pile up into an uncontrollable mountain of anxiety or tear the pile down, rip it into shreds and toss it out the car window on a spontaneous adventure. “Something You Should Do” shifts the vehicle in drive with punchy, upbeat instrumentation. Brisk chord progressions drive the song forward, the burning rubber shamelessly passing by each nuance of life standing alone on the side of the road. The single unapologetically leaves all self-loathing in the dust and is out for release on February 20.
Daniel Steinbock Releases Feb. 15 Album by Bri
Indie Folk artist, Daniel Steinbock, recites honest and heartfelt poetry wrapped in a delicate, acoustic package. His new album, Out of Blue, sets free the pain and reminiscence of love in order to commence a journey of healing. The title, Out of Blue, betokens sudden creative energy that reveals itself when provoked by love, loss, and self-discovery as if peeking its head through the dark. The album is out for release on February 15.
Emmeline Announces Single, "Empire" by Paul Corsi
“Empire”, the new single from singer-songwriter, Emmeline, crashes like a tidal wave of self-confidence and positive conviction. Vocal melodies tower like a path of trees guiding the way to a magical scenery at the end of a dark, quiet forest. Captivating piano arrangements await at the end of the forest, extended and peeking towards the sky. Sprinting towards the mountainous landscape with self-doubt in hand, “Empire” lures insecurity to the rocky edge where it falls down into oblivion. The single is off of her upcoming album, RISE, out March 15.