Following the release of her debut EP, The Both of Us, Tessa Elaina gets ready to perform at Arts Herndon on August 5th. Tessa Elaina – Aug 5 EP Release Show Poster On July 26th, Tessa Elaina released her debut EP The Both of Us for the public to hear. However, the tracks themselves were […]
What doesn’t kill you makes you a survivor is the most fitting description of Syrian-American artist Husam’s story. The D.C.-based songwriter and producer first embraced music while in college in order to process his pain, and along the way, he discovered a sense of purpose. Join contributing writer Cynthia Gross, as she connects with Husam in recognition of Arab American Heritage Month. Learn what has surprised Husam most about his career, his message to anyone who feels hampered by their trauma, and details on his forthcoming single, which was influenced by the devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Syria earlier this year.
More to Watch By Charlie Maybee With the release of Resolving Shores looming on the horizon, electro pop musician, Graffiti Welfare (aka George Lattimore) has released one last moody single, titled “DejaBlue”, to signal its impending arrival. With vocals that feel more like gentle gasps, this is a song that revels in a delicate state […]
Recent Articles By Jaci Jedrych Multi-talented creative Henry Louris is releasing his second track, ‘Just Like Before’. The Fairfield, Connecticut native began writing melodies in the most simple manner there is– humming songs to ease anxiety, graduating to an acoustic guitar as a teenager. Since childhood, Louris has balanced his two creative passions for painting […]