“I have a couple of breakup songs,” singer-songwriter/actress Caitlin Crosby says of the material on her evocative new EP. “But the ones I’m most passionate about are about issues that could have an impact on someone’s life, maybe make them feel less alone. And this record doesn’t sound like anything I’ve ever done.”
The Technicolors are a musically sophisticated young rock band hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, who blend grand gestures of rock-n-roll with the swagger of brit rock and the songwriting prowess of greats such as Roy Orbison, Noel Gallagher and George Harrison. Their ambitious debut album Listener Deluxe is set for release on November 13, 2012 on Bay Area indie label, Tallest Man Records.
Consistently performing to capacity crowds, The Rabid Whole has quickly become a band to watch and with a critically acclaimed new studio album released in May 2012, this band is unstoppable.
Daniela Brooker is a young girl with a massive voice, a teenage veteran. The 19-year old Londoner has been making music for over a third of her young life. School suffered, social life suffered, her parents (probably) suffered – all she wanted to do was sing, write, record, and perform. Everything else went out the window. “I’ve always just been interested in music – I just never had any other interests. People think it sounds really boring!” she laughs.
Crossing state lines with guitars, looping pedals, and all manner of percussive instrument in tow, Lucas Carpenter is a modern pop troubadour. With a beat heavy and melody rich sound that borrows from his love of folk songcraft, the colorfulness of pop, Nashville storytelling, and hip electronic production values, LC is remixing what it means to be a singer-songwriter.
Cara is a NYC based singer/songwriter whose original music is the love child of Sara Bareilles, Norah Jones and Carole King.
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