Aaron Ross and Spencer Seim were once upon a time in the massively popular group, Hella. The pair have been friends, and fans of each other’s music, since their teens, going all the way back to the 1990s. Coming together as SoloS, the duo released their debut album ‘Beast Of Both Worlds’ in 2012, which they then immediately followed up by recording a 6 track EP of demos. For whatever reason, the EP was never released…until now. ‘SoloS’ will be released on April 17 through Dowd Records.
Oakland California band Whiskerman formed seven years ago, and have established for themselves a formidable reputation, based on their incredible songwriting and lyricism, and stupendous live performance. Their latest single, ‘Belly Of The Beast’, comes ahead of their new album, ‘Kingdom Illusions’, set for release on March 6.
Mark Davison, has been fiercely independent since forever, and as front man of Nuke The Soup, certainly knows how to make a statement. On the band’s album, ‘Deeper’, released in 2018, they ruminate on politics, commercialism, global warming, personal relationships – and the state of the world. Nothing major really! Their aim is to make you think, despite how uncomfortable it may make you feel.
South Arkansas natives Ruark Inman and his band bring with their music a taste of their home state, with a primarily folk rock feel but flashes of just about every other genre as well. Latest single, ‘When You Coming Home’, is the title track of their debut album, set for release on 31 January, through Bird Drop.
Songwriter and producer Soren Bryce has created an alt-rock project called ‘Tummyache’ – named for one of the side effects she experiences as a result of her severe physical anxiety. Latest single ‘Machine’ is from her debut EP, ‘Humpday’, which was released November 1 through Poor Man / Palo Santo.
Fresh from a sensational 2019, Freya Ridings has already made a flying start to this year. She’s just been nominated for Female Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards, while her current single ‘Love Is Fire’ is currently simultaneously playlisted at both Radio 1 and Radio 2. She now releases an accompanying video for the track, as she looks to add to a career tally of 300 million album streams and 1.6 million single sales.