#NewMusicMonday: Eisley

Ethereal meets edgy, meandering vocals layered over a sharp rock bed. This is ambient music I don't want to tune out. Meet Eisley with their song, Currents. Happily reminds me of the things I love of about Cranberries and Regina Spektor, but they're doing their own cool thing. Check this out. {Let's stay in touch, … Continue reading #NewMusicMonday: Eisley

#NewMusicMonday: Jordan Scanlan

Today we meet Jordan Scanlan, an up-and-coming, Midwest-based solo artist. I've heard Jordan play live several times, and his authenticity and boldness in his performance always struck me. It felt like watching David on the hills with his sheep, this time strumming a guitar instead of a harp, singing so loud to wear his heart … Continue reading #NewMusicMonday: Jordan Scanlan

#NewMusicMonday: Elenowen

At a concert this weekend I discovered a delightful new folk rock band, Elenowen. Elenowen is comprised of husband-wife duo, Josh and Nicole Johnson, along with their best friend, Park Avery. Folk music is probably the music of my soul, so I always resonate easily with the strums and sways and front porch feeling. But … Continue reading #NewMusicMonday: Elenowen

#NewMusicMonday: Vineyard

Today's feature is Vineyard, a Midwest-based, folk-rock band, fresh out of the studio with their lively, experimental E.P., Other Girls. The album displays the group's versatile skill at blending musical styles. Sound of Reminiscence features a driving rock rhythm that sweeps you up in the moment. The record's first song, Used, however, croons melancholy break-up lyrics that don't bum … Continue reading #NewMusicMonday: Vineyard

#NewMusicMonday: Laura Viers

This week's new music feature is Laura Viers. She hails from Portland, Oregon, and that always makes this Pacific Northwest-born girl happy. But truly, I feel as if I've made a delightful discovery. It seems odd I've only just heard of her. She's been creating music for a while now, but Spotify recommended her today, so … Continue reading #NewMusicMonday: Laura Viers