* American Trashbird * The Violet Mindfield * Pilgrims' Dream * Jameson Workman *

American Trashbird “Never Have I Ever”

American Trashbird serves up some groovy indie pop rock with their tune “Never Have I Ever.” It is cool and catchy, with a chorus that gets you singing along. The arrangement makes great use of organs, synths, drums, bass, and guitar — classic rock and roll vibe with modern touches. We dig it and hope you get down to the sounds of American Trashbird.

The Violet Mindfield “Magick Lantern”

Light a candle, dim the lights, and spin the sounds of The Violet Mindfield. It is psychedelic, tripped-out rock and roll, filled with the effects and vibe of the 1960s. Even the title (Magick Lantern) throws in an extra “k” for good measure. If you enjoy The Strawberry Alarm Clock and sixties culture then you will really enjoy the Californian sound of The Violet Mind Field.

Pilgrims’ Dream “Ocean”

Pilgrims’ Dream fills the speakers with harmonies. “Ocean” is a melody rich soundscape, created by London-based songwriter and former Marine, Rob Ouseley. Fans of The Beach Boys and Bon Iver will dig this performance, and everyone will appreciate the wide stacked vocals. This song is perfect for licensing and we anticipate big things for Pilgrims’ Dream.

Jameson Workman “The Piano Blues”

Jameson Workman paints a lovely picture with “The Piano Blues.” The song has an old-time swagger, coupled with an irresistible charm. The vocals croon and the beat shuffles forward, while the background harmonies “oohh” along. It is an arrangement that is rarely heard these days and always enjoyable. The production and performance are worthy of a solid spin.