Lars Haavard Haugen: Urban Twang (Slight Return)

Lars Haavard Haugen, well renowned lead guitarist in Norwegian Grammy award winning band Hellbillies, performing songs from his debut soloalbum "Six Strings And The Truth". Recorded during his concert at Sentrum Scene in Oslo under by:Larm 2011.


Cory Kendrix & a Better Tomorrow: Deep Thoughts

Born on the coast of Oregon, Cory Kendrix moved to Austin, TX at a very young age and has since traveled back and forth to emerge as a young artist whose unique sound and versatility has caught the attention of a variety of different audiences and listeners.


Pretty Little Demons: Daisy

Pretty Little Demons is what happens when two seasoned pros get together to form a band. The girls met at School of Rock North Hollywood during a 2012 spring break camp.


Quiet Company: Boatman

Taylor Muse sang those words in 2011 and the time has certainly come for his anthemic Austin pop-rock band. Formed in 2005 Muse (guitar/vocals) and his bandmates have spent much of the last year in increasingly rarefied air; playing late night talk shows (Carson Daly), performing at the Austin City Limits Festival, setting a record crowd for radio station KGSR's Blues On The Green outdoor concert series, recording a session in the original studio of the iconic "Austin City Limits" television show, winning a record-shattering 10 Austin Music Awards and receiving glowing reviews for the late-2011 release We Are All Where We Belong.


Cheers Elephant: Doin' It Right

Dubbed, "Chew it up, Spit it out, Rock and Roll", Cheers' is a raw, rootsy, psychedelic pop rock quartet from Philadelphia, PA.


David Wax Museum: Harder before It Gets Easier

David Wax and Suz Slezak form the artistic core of the David Wax Museum, and together with multi-instrumentalist Greg Glassman, fuse traditional Mexican folk with American roots and indie rock to create a Mexo-Americana aesthetic.


Of Monsters and Men: Little Talks

Directed by WeWereMonkeys

Music video by Of Monsters and Men performing Little Talks. (C) 2012 Universal Republic Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.


Blaudzun: Elephants

Critics consider him one of the best kept secrets in European indie
pop. But that won't be for too long. Holland based singersongwriter
Blaudzun will make his debut in the US.


Tashaki Miyaki: Best Friend

Tashaki Miyaki was born out of a late night jam in early 2011. Since then they have recorded two EPs, and a single as well as toured the world. They are currently in the midst of recording their debut full length.


Naja Rosa: Smoke Clears

Danish singer/songwriter Naja Rosa's sound may be reminiscent and with the spirit of the Rock-ish Blues 60s and 70s, but unmistakably renews a classic blend of rhythms to make them relevant to new ears of today.


Prince Rama: So Destroyed

"What the hell is that?" is a question pretty familiar to the controversial Brooklyn band Prince Rama. The answer is far from simple; sisters Taraka and Nimai Larson have lived in ashrams, worked for utopian architects, written manifestos, delivered lectures from pools of fake blood, conducted group exorcisms disguised as VHS workouts and have now finished inventing an apocalypse on which to base their new pseudo-compilation album, Top Ten Hits of the End of the World, comprised of ten singles "channeled" from fictional deceased pop bands.