Luke Oxendale of Riot House: ‘We Believe That Artists Should Hold the Power to Their Music’
The Riot House, a collective for alternative music lovers, announced the launch of its new Nashville-based creative hub. Inspired by the successes of 615 House, the Riot House is already in the process of amassing success stories of its own. Learn more about the Riot House with contributing writer Cynthia Gross, as she connects with Luke Oxendale, a member of the collective’s leadership team, including what differentiates the Riot House’s efforts from others within the saturated digital space and why he believes D.C., Maryland, and Virginia artists should consider exploring partnership opportunities with the organization.
Fieldrush Looks Back with Music Video for “Nectarine”
More to Watch West Coast power trio, Fieldrush, are gearing up for the release of their debut EP “Fundamentals” with a music video for the leading single “Nectarine”. The video has the feel of a nostalgic montage with home videos of the band goofing around and playing shows between shots of front man Trevor Johnson […]
Live Music Reigns Supreme in The Northwest’s Music Video for ‘Long Hair (Longer Nights)’
More to Watch By Charlie Maybee Ontario based indie rock band, The Northwest, bring pop-punk realness to the forefront with their latest music video for “Long Hair (Longer Nights)”. The video captures the feel of a live concert as the band takes to the stage of a small venue ready to muster up all the […]