Pittsburgh Artist of the Week

Hand-Picked New Music; Forged in Pittsburgh.

PGH Artist of the Week: Tory Silver

Tory Silver’s new album “Slowly” is full of observations of everyday emotions. Listen to “Bath Water” from the new Pittsburgh transplant.

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PGH Artist of the Week: Ames Harding & The Mirage

Ambitious Pittsburgh psychedelic folk band Ames Harding & The Mirage bring their “sensual surrealism” to life on “Dance of the Red Flower.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Sleeping Witch & Saturn

Pittsburgh post-punks Sleeping Witch & Saturn craft a dark, hypnotic groove on their debut album, “The Divine Madness of Spring.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Water Trash

Water Trash keeps it fun on the sharp new album “Trash Is Always Greener.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Forestry Division

André Costello and the Cool Minors grew up and became Forestry Division. Listen to them mend a broken heart on “Are We Ready?”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Reliable Child

Mike Berginc is Pittsburgh’s Reliable Child and he’s back with a bigger sound than ever.

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PGH Artist of the Week: Zack Keim

Zack Keim took a trip out west and came back with a new musical perspective. Listen to “Canyon.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Blue of Colors

Pittsburgh musician Steve Soboslai makes music for people who feel alive, but then remember they’re going to die.

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PGH Artist of the Week: The Moat Rats

Pittsburgh band The Moat Rats call for some “me time” on their new song “Outta Sight.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Kahone Concept

Kahone Concept makes self-doubt shine on the new single “No but Kinda.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Essential Machine

Greensburg’s Essential Machine feel like a massive ball of stress on their new EP “Exponential Crisis.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Kenny Stockard

Kenny Stockard honors his nieces and his late sister on the glorious new album “Chase Chance.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Limousine Beach

Pittsburgh hard rockers Limousine Beach bask in the trash and bring the sizzle on “What If I’m Lyin’.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Moemaw Naedon

Gritty rapper Moemaw Naedon and producer C.Scott soak in Pittsburgh’s awesome environment like a couple of river rats.

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PGH Artist of the Week: Cherry Tree

Dormont-based Cherry Tree pop the question on their anthemic new song “Do You Wanna Get Married Tonight?”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Melina Bowser

Melina Bowser pulls a Taylor Swift on her poppy summertime anthem “Drown It Out.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Ferdinand The Bull

Pittsburgh indie folk band Ferdinand The Bull grapple with the dual nature of change on “Texas Cigarette.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: SUREFIRE

SUREFIRE bring the drama on their new album “On Borrowed Time.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Dan Styslinger

Pittsburgh multi-instrumentalist Dan Styslinger keeps things punny and virtuosic on his new album “Greetings From Holiday Park.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: TrailHeads

Pittsburgh jam band TrailHeads grapple with life’s soaring highs and crushing lows on the new song “Freedom.”

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PGH Artist of the Week: Jordan Montgomery

Pittsburgh rapper and Driving While Black Records CEO Jordan Montgomery skates all over us on the new song “Zamboni,” produced by Big Jerm.

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PGH Artist of the Week: The Chad Sipes Stereo

Feeling bad? Feeling good? Either way, Pittsburgh power pop band The Chad Sipes Stereo have a pill for that.

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PGH Artist of the Week: feeble little horse

Pittsburgh noise rock band feeble little horse navigate the world of casual relationships on “modern tourism.”

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Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Strange Monsters

Strange Monsters get their mojo back with their new song “Pro.”

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Pittsburgh Artist of the Week: Caleb Kopta

Caleb Kopta wants to make you cry with his new single “Heart Attack.”

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