New Year, New Local Music

As the month is wrapping up, it’s a good time to reflect on how those New Years Resolutions are coming along.

  • Going to the gym and eating “right”: Sure, sometimes (but sometimes pizza wins, okay?).
  • Less screen time: Yeah, no, there are just too many shows to stream.
  • Listening to more great local music? Actually, yes!

This one is easy with new January releases from Oklahoma artists.

Gabrielle B.-“Easy”
This soft, soulful track is one you can put on repeat for days. If you haven’t checked it out, slip on some headphones and get ready to find your indie R&B dream girl, Gabrielle B.

Jared Deck-“The Great American Breakdown”
After winning the Woody Guthrie Folk Songwriting Competition in 2016, Jared Deck is ready to get listeners fired up with a new Americana-rock track. “The Great American Breakdown” is the single from his upcoming album, Bully Pulpit. The record will be “comin’ in hot” February 1st.

 

Sour Candy-“Goldfish”
Oklahoma-based rock group Sour Candy dropped another single, teasing the upcoming release for their debut EP, Sticky. The track is dripping with catchy hooks sure to stick to your teeth.

The Classless-Try Not to Panic, Pt. 2
Earlier this month, Tulsa-based band, The Classless, dropped this six-song EP, a companion to 2018’s Try Not to Panic, Pt. 1. The band played an EP release at Tulsa’s Vanguard and will be hitting the road and touring the region through February and March.

Many local bands have been dropping hints about releases this year, so stay tuned in to RSU Radio to keep up-to-date with the latest in local music!

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