Luca Bash unveils his new LP, “Keys of Mine”

Luca Bash finds himself on another album that will be highly recognized as his last album, CMYK. Luca Bash has just released “Keys of Mine” on Spotify and it is already catching traction. A little bit of a backstory on Luca for those of you who may not know. He began studying music in the early 90’s but he admits that he didn’t have the courage to write his own music until 1999. In 2006, he found himself participating in the International Festival of Songs in Piombino, Italy where he won the award for best interpretation. At this festival is where Luca felt a connection; a strong connection with one audience member that he still uses it to motivate and inspire him to this day.


In 2014, his newest and most successful project began, CMYK. These are four major EP’s that put him on the map. Luca plans to take his new international success to new heights with “Keys of MIne”. This is a self-produced album that is dedicated to his friends and family that have enhanced his art. Paying homage to the people who have inspired and continue to inspire him to be the best he can be. “Keys of Mine” takes us through the work that he is constantly putting in to be more creative, be more interpretative, and just be a natural musician that people can connect with.


Listen now on Spotify and see if you can feel the strong connections that Luca Bash tries to put out in “Keys of Mine”.


Andy Michaels takes us through melodic scenery with his album, “Revisited”

Let’s get to know Andy Michaels before we get to know his music. You may be asking yourself, “Why do I even care who Andy Michaels is? We believe you’re asking yourself the wrong question. Instead, take this as an opportunity for a new beginning, to fall in love again. We may be spinning this way beyond where you thought it could be taken..and we like it. Andy Michaels releases his new album, “Revisited”, which is ironic because how can you revisit something that you’ve never known. Andy Michaels has something that really connects with us instantaneously, he has that effect.


Andy has played the guitar since a car accident left him temporarily incapacitated at 20 years old. He’s performed his poems growing up and has been published by the International Library of Poetry, USA. He’s turned his passion for writing into music that sounds like Coldplay, R.E.M., and The Script. All three being well-known bands that he’s looked up to. This is why “Revisited” is so important. “Revisited” uses Andy’s unique voice that gives passion and vitality to his song for added impact. Each track is reminiscent of past music that we’ve all fell in love with from other bands. It’s a journey through time that has not yet existed, has not yet happened. It’s a time in space that brings you back and brings you forward.


Revisited is an emotive trek through thirteen tracks based in adult-contemporary and melded with a mix of pop, rock, and soul.  Listen to each story in “Revisited” and live through the times you loved and will continue loving.

Enjoy the cold nights with “Morning Light” by A Choir Of Ghosts

It’s getting colder and the nights are getting darker, what is there to do but listen to some good old fashioned folk music to get through the day. We’ll have to see what we have in store for you. I got something for your folky days:The Sweden-based indie-folk duo A Choir Of Ghosts released their new single ‘Morning Light’ on December 1st and it’s truly a track that makes you feel like you’re in an old folk tale. After the overwhelming success of their first single ‘Ester’ in 2016 – a few weeks after they just founded the band – they went touring across all over Europe and are now also about to play in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and UK this Fall and Winter. Their tunes remind of a native surrounding with woods & oceans – and in the center of that scenario, it is A Choir Of Ghosts, a band that sounds like an indie-folk symbiosis between The Head And The Heart, Bear’s Den and Local Natives. Try this out for yourself and tell us your folky adventure.

Be someone’s “Oxytocin”

Oxytocin” is beautiful. It’s often referred to as the love hormone and for good reason, it acts as a neurotransmitter to the brain that allows you to feel loved when hugged, kissed, etc. That’s why we should never be surprised when both men and women want to cuddle; it’s the feeling that comes with it that lets us bond with one another and actually feel close to someone. We all need oxytocin and Jack Conman puts the lyrics in a way that you feel you’re being hugged and kissed by his words. All it takes is it a little bit of love to feel that you’re not alone, that you don’t need serotonin if you just listen to his track.   Continue reading “Be someone’s “Oxytocin””

Sluka showcases the ukulele with “Number One”

The final addition for the perfect Summer playlist will be “Number One” by Sluka. Forget the fact that their band name is uber-creative, but it’s the first track that’s been posted to finally include a ukulele. Yes, the ukulele is essential to any Summer jam that really wants to make it’s way to the radio waves. It’s the ultimate instrument to insinuate relaxation. Not only the up-strumming from the chords being played, but also the string-plucking that helps drive the good vibes as far as the sound waves can go.

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Zachary Clowes brings an acoustic cover of Jimmy Eat World’s “The Middle”

Many people think covers are usually worthless, to just let the original stand without anyone butchering it. We say eff that; let us enjoy our favorite songs by doing our own sweet renditions of them, interpret them as we please. If it wasn’t for covers, would we have some of the sickest tracks known to man right now? Van Halen covered The Kinks’ “You Really Got Me”, Jimi Hendrix covered Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower” and if you dare to tell us that his cover sucked, take a minute to reevaluate what you think good music really is. Yes, it’s all opinion-base but holy cow where is your head. Let’s leave it right here and just introduce you to Zachary Clowes and his interpretation of “The Middle” by Jimmy Eat World”

Nico Eno sings a sweet rendition of Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box”


Nirvana rocks harder than most but they can also bring it when they go unplugged. One track we’ve always wanted to listen to in slower, softer tone was “Heart-Shaped Box” and we finally got it! Nico Eno brings his vocal prowess to sing and sing it beautifully over a sweet acoustic melody. Keeping it as simple as possible to keep it only about the track and his voice. We still get the rawness that made this track unique when you feel the pain in Nico’s voice as well. The words seem to speak to him as it does to all of us. We are grateful for rugged unplugged touch and we hope Paris doesn’t keep Nico Eno all for themselves. Listen to Nico Eno’s rendition of “Heart-Shaped Box‘ and let us know what you think about this cover.

Role Model wakes you up to the smell of roses with “Cocaine Babe”


It’s the weekend, you’re chillin’, you’re looking for some great tunes to vibe out to but you’re stumped. We have a solution for you. This is something you’ve never heard before and you’ll be one of the lucky few to say you discovered this gem before anyone else. We present you with Role Model and his dope track, “Cocaine Babe”. Continue reading “Role Model wakes you up to the smell of roses with “Cocaine Babe””

Jane Fishman sings a beautiful cover of Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie”


Hermosa Beach California is proud to be home to the exceptionally talented singer/songwriter, Jane Fishman. This young artist has recently released a beautiful cover to the Amy Winehouse classic, “Valerie“. We must say, dare to be bold Jane Fishman, covering Amy Winehouse is no easy  feat but we feel Amy would be proud if she heard your amazing rendition. Continue reading “Jane Fishman sings a beautiful cover of Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie””

New Mystics bring new meaning to psychedelics with “Sparrows”


Ever heard people say: “I don’t need weed to get high, I get high on life”. Music can provide you with such a multi-dimensional high that no outside force can penetrate the psychological flight your mind has taken. Woodstock was the perfect example of people leaving their bodies and escaping to a reality that only music can bring them. The New Mystics bring you a gift with “Sparrows”. Continue reading “New Mystics bring new meaning to psychedelics with “Sparrows””