Gia On The Move



Coming Up For Air on Music Monday

"I know you must be snowed under but I was hoping someone could take a few minutes to listen to my new E.P." These are the spontaneous moments we love best at Gia On The Move.  Getting a perfect-timing email... Continue Reading →

Music Monday: Drew Worthley’s ‘Crucible’

Drew Worthley is an East London musician who crafts a blend of cerebral indie-pop with a twist of lyrical Americana. His newly released sophomore record Crucible, recorded at Echo Zoo Studios has been praised by Louder Than War as 'one... Continue Reading →

#MusicMonday : Mainland’s Fading Friends

 "for all of life's outcasts" We featured them on our best indie albums list for 2015.  But Mainland is still the up & comer for 2016 with a tour starting on January 13th in Sacramento, CA making its way across... Continue Reading →

Aleks Grey Born To ‘Feel Alive’

Norwegian musician Aleks Grey's, Feel Alive is an uplifting indie pop anthem just right for a Music Monday share.  His singles have gained worldwide airplay and huge critical acclaim, establishing him as a very exciting emerging artist. Born in Volda,... Continue Reading →

What You Want: Fiona Grey at Dirty Laundry LA

"The 19 year old singer brings Hollywood glamour to a sultry story of love, drugs, and vanity" ~Galore Magazine After a busy summer filled with sold out performance dates, fashion magazine shoots, and filming ABC Family’s Switched At Birth, Los Angeles-based... Continue Reading →

Music We Missed in 2014: Noise of Madison-In The Bright Light


Music Monday: Charlotte Sometimes ‘Brilliant Broke and Beautiful’

"The moment she starts singing, you remember her slinky voice and why all four judges turned around during her audition [for The Voice.]" (Rolling Stone) Before celebrating her 25th birthday, indie-pop songstress Charlotte Sometimes already found herself praised by critics and superstars alike.... Continue Reading →

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