Throughout the week, our ReverbNation CONNECT team keeps track of industry news and artist successes. We’ve got your weekly recap of the top stories you’ve missed, including features and premieres on Noisey, Brooklyn Vegan, and more.
Shortly after debuting “Won’t Go Crazy,” off his self-titled album, Kyle Forester shared his second single and accompanying video, “Didn’t Try To Run Away,” on Brooklyn Vegan. Kyle, also has some shows coming up, including ReverbNation CONNECT & SIOLM’s music series, PURSUIT on April 6 along with Silverbird and Erika Spring (Au Revoir Simone).
Norwegian artist Gundelach, is getting ready to drop his debut EP ‘Spiders’ in May, but in the meantime, enjoy a spectacular soul-drenched live performance of “Alone In The Night,” presented by NBHAP.
Little Tybee unleashed “More Like Jason,” a soaring indie-folk jam premiered by Noisey. Impressed by their unique and engaging sound Noisey said, “the group stands to create some of the most promising and truly original music of our generation.” Head to Noisey to learn more on Little Tybee plus check out their Q&A with each one of the members!
Throughout the week, our ReverbNation CONNECT team keeps track of industry news and artist successes. We’ve got your weekly recap of the top stories you’ve missed, including features and premieres on Stereogum, The Line of The Best Fit, and more.
Goldmine Magazine shared an alternate video version of KaiL Baxley’s riveting “Mirrors of Paradise,” off his sophomore LP, A Light That Never Dies. In the alternate version of the video, we see two parallel love stories, one happening in real time and the other in reverse. KaiL told Goldmine, “I was approached by a group of filmmakers here in Los Angeles. The director Orlando Rashid said he’d had a vision while listening to my song and asked if he could make it into a video. I was so honored by the gesture and of course said yes. He and his team did a really nice job and I thought they put a great spin on the video. It’s wild how one thing can inspire another and something completely brand new and different is born. That’s the beauty of art.”
Following last year’s impressive debut single, “Heavy Shoulders,” L.A-based singer TRACE unleashed her second single, “Honey,” on Stereogum.
ReverbNation CONNECT and American Songwriter’s concert series, “Discover,” returns on April 4 in East Nashville. Read on to learn more about the exciting show.
Join us on April 4th for the second edition of “Discover,” our new concert series in partnership with American Songwriter! The series, which aims to put the spotlight on emerging artists will feature ReverbNation CONNECT act Reuben Bidez along with Lucie Silas and Andrew Leahey & The Homestead. The free show will be held at The Family Wash in East Nashville, and we’d love to see you there! Head over to American Songwriter to meet the artists and RSVP at Do615.
Throughout the week, our ReverbNation CONNECT team keeps track of industry news and artist successes. We’ve got your weekly recap of the top stories you’ve missed, including features and premieres on Gigwise, Brooklyn Vegan, and more.
Dublin singer-songwriter, Sample Answershared his new single, “Collision,” off his forthcoming EP on Gigwise.
Shortly after premiering “Tuesdays” on FLOOD Magazine, folk artist Jaye Bartell shared another stunning and lonesome little number titled “Laundry Line,” on Brooklyn Vegan.
Are you in Austin? You won’t want to miss ReverbNation CONNECT and friends Shout It Out Loud Music Official Showcase, PURSUIT. We’re taking over Cheer Up Charlie’s on Friday with a lineup you definitely don’t want to miss. ReverbNation CONNECT acts Lena Fayre, Ron Gallo, New Myths, Monogem, Carlson, Thaddeus AnnaGreene, AKW,Coral Bones, and Phebe Starr will take over along with Porches, Chad Valley, and more! Get all the deets on Do512 and get stoked for the showcase with the playlist here.Take some rad pics and share with us by using #PursuitATX.
ReverbNation CONNECT and American Songwriter announce #DiscoverVolume2on Monday, April 4 at The Family Wash/Garage Coffee featuring CONNECT artist Reuben Bidez! Discover is a new monthly music series curated by your friends at American Songwriter Magazine and ReverbNation CONNECT, which promises to bring you the best up and coming artists from Nashville and beyond. Head to American Songwriter for more details and meet the artists! Check out our photo galleryfrom #DiscoverVolume1 with Future Thieves, Warm Ryders, and Ryan Beaver.
Throughout the week, our ReverbNation CONNECT team keeps track of industry news and artist successes. We’ve got your weekly recap of the top stories you’ve missed, including features and premieres on The Fader, NPR, Billboard Magazine, and more.
Philly-raised, recent Nashville transplant, and our fourth addition to The Watch List single series, Ron Gallo , premiered his new single “Kill The Medicine Man” and mini-doc on The FADER.
Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Jesse Ruben premiered his lyric video to the emotionally stirring track, “This Is Why I Need You” on Billboard Magazine! After two years of putting music on hold–due to Lyme Disease–Jesse Ruben bounced back with his heartwarming track “This Is Why I Need You,” a track dedicated to his longtime girlfriend.
Shortly after the release of her High Dreamer EP, singer/pianist Kylie Odetta’s track title got a dreamy rendition from LA producer’s, Free Slice. Earmilk say “Free Slice manages to highlight her assets even more with their swirling melodies and heavy synths.
Nashville blues rocker Jack Berry shared his new gritty, electric song “Bad Dog” with CraveOnline. CraveOnline says, “…we’ve got a feeling that this captivating firestarter won’t have much trouble carving out his own place on the wall alongside the greats in due time.”
NPR premiered Des Moines, Iowa-based singer/songwriter/pianist Max Jury’svideo for his wistful, gospel-infused single “Numb.” The soulful song is off his upcoming self-titled debut album out June 3rd.
Throughout the week, our ReverbNation CONNECT team keeps track of industry news and artist successes. We’ve got your weekly recap of the top stories you’ve missed, including features and premieres on Paste Magazine, Resident Advisor, Mass Appeal, and more.
Singer/songwriter/pianist Max Jury chatted with The 405 about his upcoming self-titled debut album out June 3rd, his writing inspiration, experience at Electric Lady Studios, and more. Get a preview of the album with his gospel-infused song, “Numb.”
Australian songstress Phebe Starr premiered her empowering single “Feel My Love” on Paste Magazine. She told Paste, “”Feel My Love” is a song about freedom from expectations to love perfectly and to be understood perfectly.”
Resident Advisor caught up with GRAMMY®-nominated CFCF in a front-page feature that covered his “love of uncool sounds,” inspiration, and more.
Mass Appeal premiered Ogden Payne’s smooth new single “All Night.” With references to LL Cool J, Sean John, and Fubu in the effortlessly sexy track, Payne said, “If I could’ve lived my 20s in the 1990s, it would’ve sounded like this.”
Nashville-based rock and roll band Future Thieves are kicking off the premiere of ReverbNation CONNECT and American Songwriter’s concert series on Monday night in Nashville. They released their debut album, Horizon Line, in 2015 and have played at major festivals including Bonnaroo and Summerfest.
ReverbNation CONNECT artist manager (and former booking agent with The Windish Agency) Sharyn Goldyn has already shared her essential tips for how emerging artists can make the most out of their first tours. Today she answers the big question, should a new band go to SXSW?
Should a new band go to SXSW?
There’s a lot to think about before you decide. The amount of bands that go each year is insane. The venues are hit or miss, shows are rushed and the sound can be compromised. Almost no shows are paid unless you’re a big name and there’s a big sponsor, so you’re going to lose money right out of the gate. BUT if you have a new release with anticipation around it, money to pay for it, and an agent or someone else helping you get on the right shows, it can be very worth it. Having at least one really good look like a Fader Fort or Spotify House can push the needle for a new artist.