He chats new ‘Preacher’s Kid’ EP, spreading love, & blossoming into his musical path.
Blues & outlaw country-inspired, the album wants everyone to just be cool with themselves.
Listen to previously featured-on-The-Music-Meetup artists & their summer-iest songs!
Her newest album ‘Monthly Friend’ (out 5/28) is filled with feminist undertones.
The indie-pop trio says, no matter what there’s a way to keep things upbeat.
He says, “I think it’s a great summary of five years of being in a band and making music.”
“I think that I’m just adding a little color to a picture that’s been started a long time ago,” she says.
NYC musician Elise Okusami has been rockin’ out since she was nine & has no plans of slowing down.
The Canadian musician is excited to get back in the music scene groove, but is also wary.
Kick off your spring by with this playlist from female musicians who've been featured on The Music Meetup.
Born & raised in New York but now based in Denmark, these rockers stay true to their roots.
Her recent LP ‘Dark River’ blossomed from “self-work” & “a lot of time spent alone.”
Little did she know ‘Live & Alone in NY’ was to be her last live performance before COVID-19 hit.
Their upcoming EP stays true to their gritty garage sound, but gets melodically poppy.
We know the holiday is cheesy, but we're desperate for any reason to celebrate love this year—why not do it with cool tunes?
From floors almost collapsing, to being backstage with Alicia Keys, Black Haüs is destined for big things.
He’s been making sultry tunes since the ‘50s & if you don’t know about him, it’s time you learned.
Whether it’s on the road or in quarantine, Dante Elephante is making chill music for groovy romantics.