Summer is upon us! Which means a few things: prepare to be hot and sweaty for the next few months, and now is the time to keep your eyes, and ears, open for the perfect summer anthem! With Muddy Paw’s Monthly Music Mashups on Substream, we always try to make finding new music for any season super easy. Our June playlist does just that, and features bands from all over, from the Bay Area to Chicago and New York. Jean Pool, Cinema Century, Great Highway (a Muddy Paw Alum!), and The Singing Limbs are just some of this month’s favorites. Stream the full playlist on Substream here and find us on Spotify!
We’re back with another installment of our Monthly Music Mashup, exclusively on Substream Magazine. Each month, we feature the best of the best new artists on the music circuit. This time around, we highlighted talent from Nashville, Chicago, Upstate New York, and elsewhere. You can find the playlist and Substream article here, and stream the playlist on Spotify! Don’t forget to save your favorite tracks to your music library.
The newest installment of Muddy Paw PR‘s Monthly Music Mashup playlist is up and running! As always, we’ve brought you the music from our favorite up and coming artists of the moment via Substream Magazine. This month’s playlist features favorites from New York City and Austin, TX, two of the hottest cities in the music industry. Check out the playlist on Spotify and give our featured artists a follow! You can find a link to the playlist here.
The Fountainhead Focus recently took some time to check out our own HereComeHere‘s newest release, Chernobyl. “After starting with a much more pop-punk sound,” the blog commented, “the group (with a small lineup change) started to create something different – a more melodic, complex and even slightly darker sound.” The full article takes you track-by-track through the album, carefully studying each song. When discussing the album’s fifth track, “Sugarr”, the blog acknowledged a crucial factor about the bands progression. “Their songs have important lyrics,” noted Fountainhead, “lyrics that will stick in your head.” These lyrics, along with honing in on their sound, is what really sets this album apart from the band’s previous work. To get more analysis of the album, read the full review here!
Three days before “Take the Risk” Debuts, Sound In The Signals has premiered an exclusive track by track break down from Bryan Howell and The Standalones.
“Making my first full-length album, Take The Risk, was a wild ride. From the moment I stated out loud that I was going to make a complete record, and hold nothing back as a songwriter and artist to make the best one I could, things took off in all kinds of wild and unimaginable ways.”
Click here for the full breakdown
We’re beyond excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Substream Magazine to be bring you our Monthly Music Mashup playlists! If you weren’t familiar before, each playlist is carefully put together by the Muddy Paw Family to bring you some of our favorite new artists and bands that we’ve been listening to that month.
Be sure to check out this month’s playlist here!
The Other Side Reviews covered “You’re Not The First” by Constant Coogan. The song comes with a reminder that will hit many close to home. “…Every problem you are facing has already been solved by someone before you.”
“The meaningful lyrics are sung by a raw voice that hasn’t been auto-tuned or changed. This creates a closeness to the listeners as she is laying herself on the table. She is showing the world what she has to offer and isn’t afraid if they see her vulnerability.”
Click here for the full article and song.
“[Tristan] Wilson’s melodic voice offers a comforting tone with deeply personal lyrics…Drawing influences from such bands as Brand New and The Story So Far, the band comes off as a strong candidate for a future Warped Tour act.”
Check out Stitched Sound‘s new review of Almost Famous Friends upcoming album I’m Not Who I Want To Be, coming May 20th, HERE!