Turkuaz Talk About Trust, Growth and Overcoming Challenges With "Life in the City": "I Hope That People Still Come Away From It With a Positive Feeling"

To say that Brooklyn-based funk band Turkuaz are a melting pot of sound would be an understatement. With nine incredibly unique artists bringing their own influences, viewpoints and sounds to the table, there’s nothing that Turkuaz can’t accomplish, and that much is obvious on their recently released full-length, Life In The City.

Interview with The Britanys: "The End Goal is Not Approval"

Brooklyn rock band The Britanys don’t take themselves too seriously, but they’re definitely serious about creating honest music that resonates with themselves and their listeners. If the music scene in New York has taught them anything, it’s not to care what others think and to write music that matters to them first and foremost.

Mokita Talks About Staying Honest on His New Single, "Love Alone": "If It Felt Good, I Just Went With It"

Singer-songwriter and producer Mokita writes from the heart, and that much is obvious from listening to his latest single, “Love Alone.” The song, which was written in the course of just one night, finds Mokita in an honest, vulnerable place, opening himself to listeners while he discusses the fear of opening himself up in a relationship and the risk of getting hurt.

INTERVIEW: Elijah Noll Lets Go of Fear on His Single, "Poison"

As a lover of music, sometimes it becomes easy to forget that many songs come from an incredibly personal, vulnerable and insecure place for many artists. For Elijah Noll, that reality was glaring when he first began working on his latest single, “Poison,” but nearly three months after its release, he certainly seems a bit more confident and comfortable in his own skin.