Bittersweet angst and optimism weave through Katelyn Convery’s music, piercing the frontier of modern alt-rock, and harkening back to the
Bittersweet angst and optimism weave through Katelyn Convery’s music, piercing the frontier of modern alt-rock, and harkening back to the edgy era of 90s NW grunge, with textures characteristic of early 2000s indie-pop. Alluring melodies, compelling arrangements, and perceptive, unapologetic lyrics land as a ferocious, buttery roar. The result: something altogether timeless and new. And getting noticed.
Convery’s latest album Miles Awake boasts polished lyrics and sophisticatedsoundscapes, backed by a group of distinguished musicians and co-produced with bandmate and collaborator Timothy Karplus. The music encompasses life’s diverse experiences, joyous and challenging. While songs like Goddamn Disaster and Extraordinary Love deliver a powerful emotional punch, Convery still leaves room for sensuality and tenderness in songs like Look Out Below and Let’s Run Away. Themes of bravery and self-preservation resonate throughout.
Rosa Linda grew up in Southern California, later moving to the Pacific Northwest where she found a passion for songwriting and performing. She writes from the heart finding inspiration from life, love, and loss – fully delving into her introspective side while exploring the little moments that connect us all.
Vonnie Kyle’s latest album, Imperfect Parts, documents a transformative three-year journey during which the Portland, Oregon-based artist made some painfully complex decisions, and bravely emerged to embrace self-love and true romantic love. The 10-song album is a thrilling mix of vulnerable self-disclosure and visceral, hook-laden alt-rock.