Just a couple of weeks ago, Alex Winston (@iamalexwinston) teamed up with director Austin Peters to shoot a video for “Choice Notes” in her hometown of Detroit. Peters had previously directed her video for “Locomotive”, a track from the Sister Wife EP, which debuted about a year ago.
The resulting video is a little bit eerie, a little bit colourful, and obviously straight from a vivid imagination. Childlike DIY ghosts, sparklers, and Detroit’s colourful East-side urban art community called “The Heidelberg Project” all [READ ON]
While there were an insane number of great albums released this year, much of the excitement and buzz of new music and artists came instead from EPs. Often released as a precursor to an LP, the extended play (or EP) prepares fans for [READ ON]
24 years ago today, the Earth shook, mountains crumbled, seas swelled, and, as a result, Eric Weiner was born to save us all from mediocre music. Tirelessly taking over car radios, making mix tapes, and sending out hordes of links for new bands, Eric has always done a fantastic [READ ON]
Alex Winston lovers rejoice. Her follow up to the stunning Sister Wife EP is hitting shelves September 13 and you can hear its title track right now. “Velvet Elvis” is a short taste of what’s surely [READ ON]
There are few words that can properly articulate the sound of Michigan native Alex Winston (@iamalexwinston) and her 2011 mini-album, Sister Wife. Her music is unlike that of the vast majority of indie musicians currently popping up; it has mass appeal but maintains every ounce of quirky fun-loving soul, earning her the respect of the harshest music tastemakers and Hyundai lovers alike. Simply put, that’s [READ ON]
It’s not uncommon to find a musician that plays an instrument or two exceptionally well, but to find one that can play many and sing perfectly certainly is. Alex Winston released her debut The Basement Covers as a precursor to her actual debut Choice Notes (via HeavyRoc Music) this past week, and she is certainly one of those uncommon musicians. [READ ON]
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