Latest Arrivals to our Music Library
Monday, September 13, 2021
Confusions is an experimental pop band founded by songwriter Ben Turner, a music therapist, with a focus on mental health treatment in Columbus, OH. His interests in the therapeutic processes of creating music, early 2000’s indie, and experimental production approaches, are at the root of Confusions.
Andrea Kirwin is an Australian/Fijian Soul Artist and Producer based in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. Releasing music under her own independent Record Label Peace Run Records since 2013, Andrea responded to the Covid pandemic by opening up a shopfront during Covid and now performs full time and also offers music industry mentoring, songwriting sessions and boutique live and Livestream events from Queen St in Nambour.
Rosie Lowe retreated to a cabin in the Devon woods, converting a tiny shed into a studio to write in isolation. What emerged from those sessions was a playful, experimental, collection of songs.
Monday, August 30, 2021
Australian singer and songwriter Lawson Hull merges fascinating prose with cinematic production and artful songcraft on his 2021 EP, Hangin’ Out with Cowboys. Personally, he’s “not much for wearing cowboy hats – still working up the courage.” However, much like the title suggests, he’s got a few friends who are.
Memory Device is both a dizzyingly inventive exploration of Baba’s complex musical DNA, and a thought-provoking treatise on the collective angst of modern existence; a dance record dealing in small ‘p’ politics that, spiritually, has been three decades in the making. Born and raised in Fort Lee - the New Jersey borough connected to upper Manhattan by the George Washington Bridge - the singer/songwriter born Babatunde Teemituoyo Doherty spent much of his childhood immersed in music.
A collection of his most intimate musings to date, The Dark Streets of Love is McConnell’s love letter to everyone important in his world. With The Mahones, McConnell unleashed more than 20 albums to the masses and shared the stage with many. Finny McConnell’s first solo album is its own homecoming — to himself.
Monday, August 9, 2021
Good Dog, Bad Dream is a collection of songs that came together with ease, and without pressure -- a wildly different experience than the typical Hippo Campus recording process with a genuine sense of freedom and enjoyment. It’s also the first music that the band has recorded in their new Minneapolis studio space.
Old Sea Brigade documents the space between those changes in his songs. Atlanta-born and Nashville-based singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist Ben Cramer captures anxiety, nostalgia, confusion, love, loss, and, ultimately, hope in tender true-life snapshots colored by folk eloquence, Americana bliss, rock energy, and country heart.
The Ottawa group’s third album, Autopilot is an affirming and resolute benchmark in their career, signaling a profound elevation in their commitment to superlative songwriting, masterful arrangements, and exceptionally compelling and memorable production.
Monday, July 12, 2021
Canyons to Sawdust showcases Elliot Korte's skill of composition in addition to intense storytelling and poetic lyricism.
Impavid Colossus is a Brazilian band from São Paulo with many different influences. Breaking the barriers of genres by mixing punk rock with grunge, hard rock and metal, always emphasizing harmony. The music is fast, strong, aggressive, brutal and at the same time captivating, tailored to strike a unique balance.
Isolation and boredom suck, but as musicians who own computers, they had a hack for both problems. They started recording tracks and passing them around to each other. "I Was Metal" was the first of these. There was no rehearsal, no charts, not even a Zoom call. But, in an instant, they had created their own online music factory that forged lyrics and chords into finished songs. Now, they have our debut album, Glitter & Milk -- and our long weekend has now become a lot longer.
Monday, June 7, 2021
New Bleach is the new indie pop project from two members of the renowned Quebec rock band Caravane. Dominic Pelletier and Raphaël Potvin adopted the home studio approach, wishing to explore new sonic territories and create music that feels current, yet intimate.
“Compositions” is Johnathan Pushkar’s new album, the sequel to his debut “Straighten Up”. Once again, Pushkar delivers the groovy power pop sounds of the ‘60s & ‘70s, but with a refined art of storytelling and deeper lyrics.
Is a punk rock band. The band describes their aesthetic as 80s girl pop like Bananarama and early Madonna, “if that music were written and played by a punk band.”