Today's Video Share: Look Up by Tish Ciravolo

This is the Gothic Supergroup that my husband put together in 2018 with an album titled, Finding Beauty In Chaos and the band is called Beauty In Chaos. Please check it out. This video was my submission for the album and deals with something we all can relate to... LOOK UP and put your phone down. I hope you love it!

Twitter Handle: daisyrockguitar

Today's Video Share: Song About Our Favorite Denver Diner-The Breakfast King by Shelvis

Lori “Shelvis” Muha is an entertainment power house. She captures the audience with her amazing vocals and high-energy performances. She dresses as Elvis, Buddy Holly, John Travolta and Tom Jones and sings as they would. But at the end of her show she comes out as herself...all woman! This is an original song written by her wife, Laura Whitlock, with collaboration from David Dran about a diner in Denver, Colorado, that we frequent. Shelvis and the Roustabouts have performed around Colorado for over 5 years and have a very loyal following

Today's Video Share: No Air by Carole Berger

This was a slowly born song - taking it's time to unfold, growing through processes to become beautifully - although it serves a shadow topic in society. It's a very personal and precious piece of music I wrote, people asked me to share.

I've been recording it at my self built home studio while my Artist Residency close to Melbourne, Australia. And had the chance to collaborate with fantastic people like Jeffery Buckland underlining the music with his warm play on the double bass and the fabulous filmmaker Miguel Rios, based in Melbourne. I'm deeply impressed by the beautiful outcome of the video, which represents the song's moody ambience just perfectly in melting together a stunning variety of light reflections and colours with the love to details.
By this chance I also would like to mention talented Tomas Strode from Rolling Stock Recording Rooms in Collingwood, Melbourne who added his brilliant touch in mixing and mastering the recording. Thanks for listening and your support in spreading my music, if you enjoy what you hear and see!

Today's Video Share: Lovesick by Jordan Hurwitz

Please enjoy this video that artist Jordan Hurwitz created to promote her upcoming ep LOVESICK. The Remixes, available on all streaming platforms Dec 7. The Remix ep features 6 new versions of the title track of her last ep, LOVESICK. While the original is an upbeat dance/groove tempo, this video features an acoustic, stripped down version. The new Remix ep features electronic/edm versions by some of today's exciting, up-and-coming djs and producers.
Jordan Hurwitz, lyrics, music, vocals
Christina Galisatus, keys

Today's Video Share: Why by Anne Vanschothorst

is an improvised lament sung in a fantasy language blending with harp and keyboard that evoke the emotions of the listener. The atmospheric images are shot in Iceland.

Recca Sier / voice - 
Thijs de Melker / keyboard - 
Anne Vanschothorst / harp - 

film & drone recording - Pjotr van Schothorst
directing, editing & montage - AV

Twitter Handle: harpandsoul

Today's Video Share: Everyday Happiness by Every Lovely Thing

Every Lovely Thing is a songwriting duo whose sound usually falls into an ambient dream pop genre. Both being rather serious minded #INFJs, we challenged ourselves to write a "happy" upbeat song while still maintaining honest authentic lyrics. Everyday Happiness is the 2nd song we've produced ourselves using GarageBand. The video features shots of the ups and downs of everyday life and the small happinesses that come our way.

Twitter Handle: evrylovelything

Today's Video Share: Swept Away by Malea McGuinness

Malea’s eclectic background explains a lot. Her talent, drive, and love of music have taken her all over the musical spectrum: part opera songstress, part singer-songwriter, part pop musician, part EDM sensation. 

Born in Texas, Malea is the daughter of an Irish Green Beret father and a Korean mother. At the age of 5, she was sent to live with her grandparents in Long Island, New York. After attending rigorous music programs, Malea pursued singing opera professionally at the Manhattan School of Music. Eventually the years of hard work paid off and landed her in a featured role in the Broadway revival of "The King and I".

Malea toured for years supporting acts as diverse as Train, Kenny Loggins, Shawn Colvin, Augustana, and Gavin DeGraw. Her songs soon crossed over into EDM, the result being a #1 hit on Billboard’s Club Dance chart with “One Hot Mess”. Another track, “Give”, peaked at #14 and stayed on the chart for ten weeks. A series of releases soon followed that managed to combine solid personal songwriting and lush production style: “You’ll Never Fix My Heart”, “Spaceships Fly,” “Earth Angel”, “Come To Me” and “You Are Loved”.

Twitter Handle: Malea

Today's Video Share: The Way by Nita

Nita, an artist originally from the D.C. area and now in L.A., has a new music video out for her powerful new single "The Way", which speaks to the challenges of growing up as a 2nd generation Indian-American. The music video portrays the artist wandering through a dark warehouse, unveiling a trail of nostalgic treasures from her past which lead her to a beautiful discovery amidst the New York City skyline.

Like so many 1st generation immigrants, Nita's parents moved to the U.S. in the late 70s, seeking a better quality of life for themselves. "The Way" symbolizes her respect for the sacrifices her parents made to give her better opportunities in life, yet also the need for her and those of her generation to find break free from their limited way of thinking.

Twitter Handle: iamnitamusic

Today's Video Share: Drowning by Starr Faithfull

Drowning by Starr Faithfull shot 2018 by VFK Productions mixed by Bob St. John (EXTREME) The Boston band has played the East coast as well as Europe. Band consists of Jodee Frawlee on Vocals and guitar Geoff Kornfeld on bass & BU vocals , Aj Vallee drums & BU vocals, Jim Sullivan on keys. Jodee was a top 10 finalist in guitar player magazines Guitar superstar in 2011. AJ Vallee has toured the US with the Souther Rock ALL Stars.

Twitter Handle: FaithfullStarr

Today's Video Share: Carol of the Bells by Katie Kirby

Carol of the bells has always stood out to me in the amass of Christmas songs. It sticks in your head like no other holiday tune, theres something incredibly 'haunting' about it. Many people don't talk about or even know the true history of Christmas. Many of the traditions we still carry out today pre date the birth of christ and have darker origins than the cheery holiday we have come to know and love. Being a lover of history I wanted to find a creative way to play on this idea, so Carol of the Bells being a 'haunting' song I created what I thought would be a haunting music video for it, while maintaining a bit of fun, playfulness. I hope you enjoy!

Twitter Handle: krbymusic

Today's Video Share: I Remember by Joy Phillips

With a strong base in folk and deep undertones of soul meets country, Joy’s unique style can be described as many things. Originally, a classically trained singer, some of her most significant influences date back to the days of Cole Porter and George Gershwin where she fell in love with singers such as Lena Horne, Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald. “My Mother introduced me to all kinds of music”, says the young singer-songwriter. Joy’s lyrics bud from a very real place. Her songs often deal with love, loss and longing. There is always an element of irony in her words and melodies as well as a touch of sultriness. In her vulnerable attempt to depict these stories and feelings, Joy finds a way to captivate the listener with her striking and soulful tones while pulling on their heartstrings with her gentle cadence. With her highly anticipated debut album scheduled for release in the spring, Joy is already on fire and looking forward to a tour that will take her and her band coast to

Twitter Handle: AnnexAudio

Today's Video Share: Push You Harder by Mozart Dee

Globetrotting, trilingual and a triple threat talent, Mozart is a charismatic teenage songwriter, singer, actress who plays 5 instruments and writes & sings songs in Spanish, Chinese and English. She spent a decade traveling the world non-stop to 48 countries as a digital nomad kid and did a TED talk about how that affected her music. creativity and world view.

She is currently working in the recording studio on her debut album with Mikal Blue (Jason Mraz, One Republic, Colbie Caillat, Five for Fighting and many more. Mozart wrote this girl-power song a few days after turning 17 last fall when the MeToo & TimesUp movements began as she wanted to help turn pain into empowerment with a deep message, but fun, edgy bop. She also wrote/directed/edited/styled/produced the video.

Twitter Handle: muzicbymozart