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Anna Shoemaker Is Your Angel Guide On New Single “666”

On her latest single “666,” Anna Shoemaker showcases her claim as the new angel guide, urging listeners to pay attention to the signs. Released through +1 Records, the gritty track and accompanying black-and-white video depict Shoemaker’s journey from the woods to inner peace. According to Shoemaker, her new single serves as a clear sign for redirection. “If you’re looking for a sign, this is it,” Shoemaker shares. “666 signals a need for redirection. I like that people see these numbers as something evil or dark…as I think most people are afraid of change. You can’t control what people think or… Read more »


Indie-pop darling Anna Shoemaker buries the past in “I Think I” ahead of ‘Hey Anna’ EP release

Anna Shoemaker, the young New York transplant, has released her confessional new single, “I Think I.” “I Think I” follows the release of “Holly” which Anna issued in January and sparked a “viral TikTok moment” garnering more than 1.7 million views on her platform. “I Think I” and “Holly” are two of the five enchanting tracks that make up her eagerly-anticipated EP Hey Anna which is expected to drop in June 2023 via +1 Records. Hey Anna marks the young musician’s first project since 2022’s full-length Everything is Fine (I’m Only on Fire). You can presave Hey Anna here. Read… Read more »


Anna Shoemaker

Anna Shoemaker is gearing up to release her debut album, Everything is Fine (I’m Only on Fire) out March 2. Anna and I discussed the process of writing the new album, the release songwriting provides and how tapping into anger as a woman comes with some judgment. Anna’s latest single “Mariah” just dropped this week so be sure to check it out! I hope you enjoy getting to know Anna

Concert Reviews

Just Like Heaven Festival – Indie Rock Bliss in Southern California

As the sun was setting over the Rose Bowl on May 13, nostalgic indie rock filled the Southern California air. Just Like Heaven, the single-day indie rock festival was in full swing across two stages in Pasadena’s canyons. The day was filled with sunshine and legends of the indie scene, punctuated by a visceral performance from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs to close out the night.  When the lineup was announced, Just Like Heaven instantly became one of the most interesting draws of the season. Single-day, genre-specific festivals are thriving in the modern music festival industry. At just over $125, festival-goers… Read more »

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