Legendary Chicago band The Sea and Cake have their own distinctive sound that's centered around guitar interplay and a strong rhythm section. "Any Day" is the title track from their forthcoming album and is a promising start.
Meiko is a staple in the Los Angeles music scene, and her songs are a natural fit for TV shows and film. When asked about "Back In The Game", Meiko says, “It’s a ‘going-out’ anthem for the broken-hearted. You know, brush your knees off, get back in there, and kick some ass!” Atta Girl!
Jason Kramer features selections that range from carefully curated music from around the world with unique gems and quality tracks that will satisfy the needs of even the most discerning music aficionados.
The couple at the center of UMO's new track realize they're not actually in love, but just high. That may seem like the makings for a sad song, but an undercurrent of freedom gives the song a euphoric feel.
Sasha Spielberg - aka Buzzy Lee - made her film debut in her father's film The Terminal, but music is her real passion. Her debut EP is produced by her talented best friend, Nicolas Jaar, and features a track we're digging called "Coolhand."
José Galván delivers an infectious harmony of varied sounds and pieces their relevance to each other. Language does not play a barrier in his musical selections, but rather uses the melody to create a bridge amongst cultures and genres.
Self-taught violinist, Sudan Archives, draws inspiration from Sudanese fiddlers. She’s currently on tour, and will make pit stops at SXSW and Coachella. Sudan Archives fuses folk music with electronics on Today’s Top Tune, "Paid."
With Father Oscar Romero, slain Salvadorian Archbishop, about to be canonized by Pope Francis, we revisit a tribute to him by Rubén Blades as well as other Blades songs about immigration, hopes, dreams, and what America means.