New Music Friday: May 12, 2017

TuneCore Artists are releasing tons of new music every day. Each week we check out the new TuneCore releases and choose a few at random to feature on the blog.

Is your hit next?

Follow Music Made Me – a Spotify playlist that’s updated every Friday with new releases from TuneCore Artists – stream it below!

2 Soon
Sy Ari Da Kid

Hip Hop/Rap, R&B/Soul

30 Seconds to the Decline of the Planet Earth
Jesu & Sun Kil Moon

Rock, Alternative

One With the Universe
Samsara Blues Experiment


Pop, Rock

Everything Good Happens After Midnight
Tanner Patrick

Singer/Songwriter, Pop

Welcome to Fabulous Grc Lnd
Marco Pavé

Hip Hop/Rap, R&B/Soul

What’s It Gonna Be
Nathi & Alma Lake

R&B/Soul, Pop

Giving Up
Jake McMullen

Alternative, Singer/Songwriter

New Kids
Jerad Finck

Pop, Singer/Songwriter

Legs Crossed

Alternative, Pop

All Biomes Okay EP

Electronic, Dance

Electronic, Rock

Woman’s World


You Don’t Know About Me
Ella Vos

Pop, Singer/Songwriter

Only Us

Pop, Electronic

Young at the Bend
Born Without Bones

Alternative, Rock

Young Stunners
Junior Prom

Alternative, Rock

Layers Vol. 1


Take Cover (Dark Versions)
Foreign Fields

Alternative, Instrumental

Covered A.R.T.
Alexis Roberts

R&B/Soul, Pop

Mt. Eddy


Off the Burner

Hip Hop/Rap, R&B/Soul

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 15, 2016

We’re officially over the mid-month hump of February! We’re not, however, officially over the mid-week hump. Which means you’re getting groggy, antsy, and need to tune out from whatever you’ve got going on in your afternoon. That’s why we’re here once again to show off some of our TuneCore Artists’ awesome audio-visual talents with a round-up of music videos! Get into it.


The Rising Sun All-Stars, “RSG (Till They Bury Me)”

Tdot Illdude, “You And I (feat. Guordan Banks)”

Asta, “I Need Answers”

Paperwhite, “Get Away”

Sarah Darling, “Where Cowboys Ride”

Fortunate Youth, “Left My Love in California”

Bounce Back, “Rizzoo Rizzoo”

Tim Wheatley, “78 Benz”

Young Gordon, “Finna Hit My Walk (feat. DJ T Time)”

In The Valley Below, “Peaches”

Event Recap: TuneCore Live NYC @ Pianos 2/29

As our beloved New York City-area artists and TuneCore Live goers know, at the end of February (Leap Day!!), we switched up locations and took our talents to the legendary Pianos in the Lower East Side neighborhood of Manhattan.

During a time of extremely high rents and unfortunate turnover in the NYC music community, we were saddened to see the original home of TuneCore Live NYC, The Living Room, closed its Williamsburg doors in late 2015. However, after just one event, we know that Pianos will serve as an awesome place to have TuneCore Artists, staff and fans gather for our future events.

Helping us bring our first NYC event together was Swisher Sweets, Mirrored Media, CeleBuzz and World Arts – and for them we are thankful! Local indie acts Surf Rock is DeadPaperwhite, and Andy Suzuki & The Method brought the tunes for what would be a pleasantly diverse collection of music over the course of the night.


Up first was Brooklyn-based trio Surf Rock is Dead. Don’t be fooled by their name – the reverb soaked garage vibes that these guys brought to the stage served as a reminder that upbeat, surfy rock music has not gone out of style.

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Following SRiD, brother-sister duo Ben and Katie Marshall (joined with new keyboardist Lauren) Paperwhite brought the dream pop power! With Ben managing drums and production, Katie was free to dazzle the crowd with her performance abilities and voice – and she didn’t disappoint.

Andy Suzuki & the Method 2

Closing out the night was the well-traveled and undeniably entertaining Andy Suzuki and the Method. Andy and his band crooned through songs that spanned his career as a songwriter, throwing in the occasional cover that kept the crowd engaged. A lot of energy, a lot of jamming, and a lot of interaction with the audience!

Want more visuals from the evening? Check out our gallery below! If you made it out, thanks for rocking with us, and if you’re hoping to catch our next event in your area, follow our TuneCore Live Facebook page so you don’t miss an update.

New Music Friday: March 4, 2016

TuneCore Artists are releasing tons of new music every day. Each week we check out the new TuneCore releases and choose a few at random to feature on the blog.

Is your hit next?

Gang With Me (feat. Vic Mensa)

Hip Hop/Rap

Healing Highway
Brian Collins


Nick Bean

Pop, Hip Hop/Rap

Good Religion
Dream Junkies

Hip Hop/Rap

cat empire
Rising With The Sun
The Cat Empire

Pop, Rock

The Headspace Traveler


Hip Hop/Rap

Empire Underground EP
Big Pink Apple

Alternative, Rock

matt beilis
Matt Beilis

Pop, Alternative

On My Own

Pop, Electronic

Natasha Mosley

R&B/Soul, Pop

Muscle Car
Country, Hip Hop/Rap

Last Night
The Sherlocks

Rock, Alternative

Wednesday Video Diversion: February 24, 2016

The good news: February, the coldest and often dreariest month of the year, is almost through!

The bad news: It’s Wednesday afternoon and you’re bored.

The better news: We’ve got a bunch of awesome TuneCore artist music videos to keep you distracted! Enjoy:


Matt Beilis, “Famous”

Daniel Taylor, “Snowing In Boston”

Viola Beach, “Swings & Waterslides”

Olivver the Kid, “BBblue”

Mason Jennings, “Arma”

Curtis Williams, “Face It”

Paperwhite, “Magic”

Surf Rock Is Dead, “Anymore”

Andy Suzuki & the Method, “Lucy (Devil Song)”

Meghan Linsey, “Love Never Sleeps”

Artist Breakdown: TuneCore Live NYC @ Pianos

It’s a new year and we’re hosting TuneCore Live at a NEW location in New York. While we understand that’s a lotta ‘new’, rest assured, it’s still the same awesome TuneCore Live!

We’re thrilled to bring TuneCore Artists Paperwhite, Andy Suzuki, and Surf Rock is Dead to the famed Pianos, tucked away in the vibrant Lower East Side of Manhattan on Monday, February 29th.

Like all TuneCore Live shows, it’s 21+, FREE, and TuneCore’s NYC staff will be hanging out. So come by, get to know some of the folks that help distribute your music – ask us questions, or just enjoy some awesome free live music! You can RSVP on Facebook here.

Learn a little bit more about the artists performing:

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Paperwhite is a brother-sister duo based in Brooklyn. They bring the familial vibes and a lush dream-pop sound to the indie scene. After releasing their debut EP Magic in 2014, Paperwhite garnered attention from music blogs across the world. Check out their latest single “Unstoppable” from their next EP, due out in Spring of 2016!

Andy Suzuki

A true performer, indie singer/songwriter Andy Suzuki has been singing before he could walk. He credits his upbringing in the culturally diverse Washington DC for providing an expansive soundtrack by which he was inspired. Andy Suzuki (and his backing band, The Method) have shared the stage with Ringo Starr, Joshua Radin, and Marc Broussard.


Surf Rock is Dead
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Kevin Pariso and Joel Witenberg make up the intercontinental Surf Rock is Dead. Don’t let the name fool you – hailing from Chicago and Melbourne, Australia respectively, SRiD plays beach-soaked fuzzy indie rock that’ll make you want to move your feet and catch some waves, even if it’s February. And the people of the internet agree: all four tracks from their latest EP (plus one more!) charted in the Hype Machine’s Top 25! Check out their single “Never Be the Same” below.