Bryce Job is best known for his savvy in the percussive arts, but in the last year, he's gained an interest in his first melodic instrument.
Seventeen-year-old songstress Nina Ferraro, aka Bonzie, is still quite green, as most teenagers in any field would be.
Post-punk desert folk the Veils bring us 'Dancing With the Tornado' just before they unveil (no pun intended) their first full-length album in four years.
MTV "fresh new artist" Hank & Cupcakes are a Brooklyn duo with a neon affliction who make '80s-kissed synth-pop for the thinking music fan.
At the head of -- or depending on how you look at it, smack dab in the middle of -- the growing Echo Park movement are the underdogs known as Rainbow Jackson.
With a dash of help from the infamous John Would, Pony Boy is poised to follow in the footsteps of icons such as Fiona Apple and Warren Zevon.
Hazed-out J-pop genius(es) Jesse Ruins began in 2011 as a solo effort, but by 2013, Nobuyuki Sakuma had realized there's much to be gained by adding personnel.
Joshua Radin's humble Shaker Heights, Ohio, beginnings are apparent in the hushed melodies of his campfire folk tunes.
Ari Welkom's "neo-psychedelic indie rock with a hard rock edge" is a radio-friendly effort with a heavy dose of personality.