Indie folk act Young Readers finds financial support from fans and friends in its effort to finish its album debut.
Despite living over a thousand miles apart, Wil Norton and Danny Davis — the minds behind OKC/D.C. duo Husbands — are always on the same page.
Certain aspects of sʌn ɹaɪə’s music suggest impenetrability, even if that wasn’t her intention.
The Philly-based, Texas-bred band’s sound isn’t new, but it feels like a novel approach in 2014.
He’s just barely past the legal drinking age, yet Alex G (born Alex Giannascoli) has created more songs than some musicians do in a lifetime.
Often, there’s as much wonder in the process as the finished piece of art itself. That’s precisely the mark of Oklahoma City indie rockers Feel Spectres.
The vocalist and multi-instrumentalist offers a glimpse of the sounds that make Tallows tick.
The group’s eponymous record bears some of its most compelling songwriting to date.
Compared to Cope’s previous offerings, this new journey is a bold progression into fresh sonic territory.
The four-piece finds itself by shedding away any preconceived notion of what the band is or should be, engaging every whim and executing each one precisely.