On "The Embers of Time," Josh Rouse pairs his tastefully arranged and sweetly sung songs with lyrics that meditate on artistic identity, personal history and shifting priorities.
Alex Winston is a classically trained opera singer, a self-taught musician and knew from an early age that music was her one true calling in life.
Syrhea Conaway is a very busy woman, performing solo as Syna So Pro, but also with other St. Louis acts.
During Stars' 7 album career, their sound has been everything from somber, nuanced melancholia to '80s-inspired synth pop.
Tennis, the Denver duo comprised of spouses Alaina Moore and Patrick Riley, has again turned to luminaries in the field of rhythm for producers on their new record.
Anchored by front woman Monica Martin's hushed vocals, PHOX employs banjo and multi-layered acoustic guitars to flesh out its intricate arrangements.
Singer-songwriter Elizabeth Ziman lends her voice to Elizabeth and the Catapult, blending jazz influenced vocals with contemporary indie folk in this impressive solo performance.
Touring with Of Montreal and Regina Spektor instilled a knack for eclectic experimentation in Kishi Bashi which he put on full display in this galvanized performance in KDHX headquarters.
Jeremy Messersmith has a sweet, sweet voice which is complimented perfectly by understated and simple acoustic guitar.
Ivan and Alyosha perform a sampling of their album, "All the Times We Had," an impressive session embodied by optimism: uplifting content driven by a combination of acoustic guitars, electric trimmings, subtle percussion and impeccable vocal deliveries.