Constantly caffeinated, Kayla Carmicheal has been rocking out to music since she could walk. The writing part came later, but is just as special to her. Free time wise, she enthuses about mashed potatoes and her adorable pit bull. Catch Kay gushing about her favorite bands, The Menzingers, Diet Cig, Slingshot Dakota, Mom Jeans., Lola Coca, and WASI.

High Waisted Drops “Firebomb,” a War Cry

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Fresh, vivacious, and explicitly unapologetic, Firebomb has erupted from NY powerhouse rock band High Waited-and you don’t wanna miss. Dropping the Firebomb Notorious in their home state from the underground scene, High Waisted have a reputation for being wild and courageous. This bleeds through in Firebomb, a velvet hard-rock moniker… Continue reading

Bring Summer Back With The Safes’ “Tasty Waves”

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Hang loose, hang ten, hang with The Safes this fall with energizing album Tasty Waves. As the cold weather creeps upon us, Tasty Waves is the perfect release to keep you reminiscent of summer. Playing it anything but safe, the indie pop-rock quartet hailing from Chicago just dropped their second… Continue reading

Dan Deacon Releases “Redlining” from Rat Film (Original Soundtrack)

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Dan Deacon created “Redlining” with rats. Yeah, rats. Surprisingly, rats can come up with some pretty compelling music, with help, of course. Dan Deacon shared “Redlining” via Domino Soundtracks for the movie Rat Film. The film is director Theo Anthony’s commentary on rat-infested Baltimore, which dives deeper into themes of… Continue reading