RESH: Brings Video for “BOYS CRY MORE” to Life


RESH is breaking boundaries with his unique and eclectic brand of Pop music. Recently releasing his album debut, Babies Out, currently he is sharing the latest video for “Boys Cry More.” The theatrical video is the first look into the world of RESH, and right from the start you will find yourself in for a ride.


RESH came alone. I was trying to find a name I was connected to. I just didn’t want to use my real name for my music. I wanted something more impactful. Something I felt connected to. It came in a dream. I woke up on a day knowing I wanted to be named RESH. I always liked the idea of me being theone deciding what my name was going to be. It’s empowering,” states RESH.

His new single, “Boys Cry More,” picks up a vibrant energy and really lets listeners into the mind of RESH. His eccentric pop vocals are intertwined with incredible pop sensibility that will have you eager for more. The video for “Boys Cry More,” is skillfully crafted with intricate choreography from an array of dancers, and a whole lot of musical attitude.

Sit Kitty Sit Share Overit Session

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SIT KITTY SIT has just unleashed their latest endeavor, a phenomenal set of videos which they have filmed at Overit Studios. Highlighting two tracks from the brilliant session, “Superbia,” and “Life #6,” the duo breathes new life into the pieces as they give a raw and energetic performance, which will entice your very ears. The exclusive live session offers the perfect glimpse of the group’s
high-energy performance. They will leave you in awe of their intricate playing, as they bring the stage right into your living room.

San Francisco’s SIT KITTY SIT is Kat Downs and Mike Thompson. The duo, who create an undeniable pop/proggy piano and drum sound, has been described as Dresden Dolls mixed with King Crimson, & Fiona Apple. Known for consistently thrilling audiences with their energetically intense live performances, the group produces addictive rock n’ roll – with only two people, and not one guitar in sight.

SIT KITTY SIT ‘s latest album, Everlasting Fire is based entirely on “Dante’s Inferno.” The storyline album showcases the extensive versatility of Downs and Thompson as a team.  Spanning seven genres and boasting 15 guest artists, the release shows us an entirely new side of the band while maintaining their identity.

SIT KITTY SIT are currently on tour in Europe. Check for dates.


Sneaky Bones Releases “Dream of the End”


Sneaky Bones has just released his latest album, Dream of the End, the highly anticipated follow-up to 2014’s 7″ Eternity/Have You. On Dream of the End, Bean takes center stage on an array of instruments from vocals, guitars, pedal steel, bass, piano, arranging and production; showcasing his talent as a multi-instrumentalist. He has worked with notable artists such as The Lonesome Billies, Tumbleweed Company, and The Dwells, traveling across the U.S. and Europe. For 2015 Sneaky Bones has built upon past albums, drawn from momentous events, and created lyrical prose and instrumental energy to tell his story. Building upon his notable sound of dream folk, the next chapter in the Sneaky Bones book will surely win your ears, and your heart.  

Sneaky Bones “Dreams” (Single)

BZRK Brings “Interpersonal Ethics,” “Crop Circles” Out Now!


BZRK aren’t strangers to strange, but Crop Circles is definitely their most surreal effort to date. In terms of sound, the group gave Cropsey reign over beat-making duties for the album and the difference shows. The resulting sound is full of psychedelic phasers that’ll rewire your brain-waves, sirens that will keep you on edge, and a host of other strange sounds & beats that aren’t like anything in the Rap game right now.It’s equally introspective, scary, and damn impressive. The only thing more otherworldly than the music is the complex narrative that drives the album. The story starts off chill, but gradually gets more and more aggressive as the narrative distorts time and reality. Within this distortion, the group exposes truths about vices, vision, and voracity that few others have touched on at this level.

BZRK “Interpersonal Ethic”

Craig Greenberg Debuts “The Grand Loss & Legacy;” New Single is out Now!

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Brooklyn based CRAIG GREENBERG’s new album, “The Grand Loss & Legacy” is out now. The buzz-worthy singer-songwriter has been hailed as the modern day “Troubadour piano man,” which is showcased on his newest release.The Grand Loss & Legacy, features Greenberg on an array of instruments from piano, keyboards (organ, Fender Rhodes, farfisa, synthesizers), to acoustic and electric guitars, percussion and vocals. The songs the record touches upon includes many themes ranging from freedom, love, obsession, self-doubt, the creative process, the hardships of being in the music industry, parent/child relationships, the hollowness of pop stardom, religious beliefs and more. Dancing the line of roots to soul, and rock to indie, Craig Greenberg is reminiscent of piano songwriter greats such as Ben Folds, Billy Joel, and Leon Russell, with an updated twist. Greenberg manages to create a sound that is both familiar and unique, to create a record that is very alluring to the ears.
The Grand Loss & Legacy features his latest single, “That Girl is Wrong for You,” which has been garnering the praise of fans and critics alike. Among the standout tracks on the record is “I Hope You Understand,” which touches upon Greenberg’s relationship with his dad (wondering if he’d ever get this crazy musician’s life he’s chosen). Another piece that hits close to home is “All the Pretty Things,” which is about the process of mining personal experience, and his psyche in the service of writing songs; how it can be a dark place to try to navigate.

Greenberg recently shared some insight into the inspiration behind the record:

“I lost my mom last year, while I was finishing up the record, and while it’s been a very difficult time, I was fortunate a short while after she passed, in reflecting on her life and looking for the positive, to realize the parts of who she was that are in me (some that may have been more latent than others) and that I now feel obliged to embrace and carry forward with me in my life, hence the “legacy.” I liked having the word “Grand” in there as well for several reasons. First my mom was larger than life in some ways, and I thought the classic use (from the 1920’s) of the word applied to how she lived. Also, I live off of Grand Street in Brooklyn, and made the record very close by.

I wanted this record to be more raw and closer to how my band sounds live, and I also wanted it to have a larger dynamic range than my last record.  I think we captured that live energy, with just a bit of polish added to it.  I was far more of a perfectionist on my last record, and this one just sounds more natural and flows better.  It’s definitely a solid grouping of songs that I think will hold up over time.  To me, it really sounds likes an album, with the whole being greater than the sum of its parts.”

The album was recorded at Galuminum Foil Studios in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, with producer/engineer Chris Cubeta. The basic tracks started as a 3 piece – piano (or guitar), bass and drums, with additional overdubbed guitar, vocals, percussion, cello, and keyboards, added in after.  With the help of Chris Kelly on bass, Kirin McElwain on cello, Zach Jones and Scott Tofte on drums, alongside Greenberg, Cubeta, and Patrick Brennan on guitars, The Grand Loss & Legacy was brought to life.

Craig Greenberg “That Girl is Wrong for You”

Nick Shaheen Stuns with Gorgeous Single, “Flashbulbs”

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Chicago-based Nick Shaheen is breaking new ground with his latest single, “Flashbulbs,” from his stunning album, Sauvignon, out now. His second full-length release to date, Shaheen brings to the forefront a stunning mixture of modern Americana sound and incredibly strong songwriting. This breathtaking piece is just one of the highlights you will find on Sauvignon.

“I was in the kitchen cooking dinner. I remember I was chopping up potatoes when this violent vision completely overtook me. Everything was so vivid. I had a full-on panic attack right there,” shares Shaheen. Two weeks later the vision still haunted him. “I couldn’t hold a knife for weeks; ‘What the hell was that? How could you even think that? You’re going crazy.’ I read all about it online, like I’m a psychiatrist trying to diagnose myself and find the cure all at once. I found these message boards for intrusive thoughts where people were dealing with stuff like this for years. It made me more nervous, but at the same time gave me hope. After I had some time to reflect, I started to write down the scene as it came to me and a song started to take shape. The idea was to lay it all out and triumph over it.”

A hypnotic yet chaotic rhythm section and the battle of menacing electric guitar versus victorious Dobro are joined by Shaheen’s captivating vocals, which provide a powerful listening experience from start to finish. “Flashbulbs” is just a slight taste of the musical journey that Sauvignon takes listeners on.

Listen: Nick Shaheen “Flashbulbs”