Lindsay Latimer Talks About "Teenage Lullaby" & Reaching Others With Her Music: "I Don’t Just Make Music for the Personal Satisfaction"

Nashville-based indie-pop artist Lindsay Latimer grew up immersed in art and music and it shows. The singer/songwriter cites her creative parents and the encouragement of her voice instructor for giving her the push to pursue music and now, she's giving that same positivity and hope back to her listeners in the form of her latest release, Teenage Lullaby.

Wheeler Walker, Jr. on Honesty, Real Country & New Music: "With the Garbage That's Going on Right Now in Commercial Country Music, Standing out Isn't That Hard"

Wheeler Walker, Jr. likely isn't the first artist most people might think of when it comes to modern country music - but he should be. In a genre that has admittedly strayed further from its roots into something that tends to sound a bit like pop music with steel guitars, Wheeler Walker, Jr. (the alter-ego of comedian Ben Hoffman) is keeping it real in a way that would shock some and disgust others, but is incredibly vulgar, ridiculous and most of all, honest.

Ocean Park Standoff on Expanding Their Sound, Collaborating With Lil Yachty and New Music: "Our Show Has Grown Immensely"

Ocean Park Standoff have been busy following the release of their debut self-titled EP last year. With tour dates with AJR and Plain White T's under their belts and their latest single, "If You Were Mine" featuring Lil Yachty out now, the past year has certainly been kind to the trio (comprised of songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Samantha Ronson, lead singer and guitarist Ethan Thompson, and drummer Pete Nappi) but it didn't come without hard work and plenty of growth.

Rome Hero Foxes Talk About Their Growth and New Sound on "18 Summers"

Rome Hero Foxes have been on quite the journey while working on their newest album, 18 Summers. Following their 2016 release, For When You're Falling Backwards, which caught the attention of Dance Gavin Dance's Kurt Travis, the band has changed their sound, lineup and even their record label - and they've emerged on the other side better than ever.

Miranda Glory Discusses Her New Single, "Hypochondriac": "I Hope This Song Makes People Feel Like They Aren’t Alone"

Miranda Glory has been busy since the release of her single, "Blue Eyes" last year. From finally making the move out to Los Angeles to experimenting with her sound and writing plenty of new music, 2018 has been a hell of a journey for the pop/R&B artist, and now she finally has something to show for it. With her new single, "Hypochondriac" out now, Miranda Glory has begun a new chapter in her musical career, and the future is looking bright.

INTERVIEW: RIVALS Remind Fans That They're Not Alone with Their New Album, "Damned Soul"

2018 has been an incredible year so far for dark pop/rock band, RIVALS, and it is far from over. From the release of their emotionally vulnerable and incredibly powerful new album, Damned Soul, to tour dates with Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (which are still underway) and even a stint on the Vans Warped Tour, the LA-based quartet have been busy, and people are starting to pay attention.

Social House Discuss Moving to LA, "Magic in the Hamptons" and Plans for New Music: "There’s Definitely More Magic to Come"

Pittsburgh native and LA based musicians, writers and producers, Social House have been around the block a few times, but their latest endeavor is a new journey entirely. For masterminds and creatives Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie”Anderson, writing their own music is vastly different from writing and producing music for for artists like Ariana Grande and Jennifer Lopez.

INTERVIEW: Get to Know Cleveland Up-And-Comers, Ottawa

Cleveland up-and-coming band Ottawa might only be five years old, but the foursome have been writing music together in one way or another for over a decade, and it shows. Their newest single, "Strangers," arrives with an amount of ease that is only accomplished by confidence and comfort with one another.

Rodes Rollins Talks About "Nasty Woman," Her Personal Growth & Plans for the Future: "There's a Long Road Ahead"

Brooklyn songstress Rodes Rollins isn't tied down by anything - not location, genre or even society's expectations of her. With her powerful new single, "Nasty Woman" serving as the first page of a new chapter in her life and musical career, Rollins is off to an incredible start this year. And with a few more months to go before the end of 2018, this certainly won't be the last time you hear her name. 

Ancestors Talk About "Suspended in Reflections," Their First Album in Six Years: "We Made a Beautiful Record as a Team"

In the music world, six years is a significant gap between record releases, but for post-rock band Ancestors, it was the perfect amount of time to spend carefully crafting their impressive upcoming album Suspended in Reflections. In the face of multiple challenges like lineup changes, finances and most importantly, time, Ancestors emerged victorious, and better songwriters and friends because of it.