Katelyn Tarver is no stranger to the performing arena, acting and appearing on the silver screen from a young age. Yet, it's songwriting and music that has her heart and where her Southern-yet-bright spirit strikes a cord to realize the imaginative, wondering thoughts of Dreamers everywhere.
As she shares below, her new single (released
There is no doubt, Banta’s smooth pop folk-rock sound is contagious. Led by Sharaya Mikael on vocals and guitar, this awesome indie band will have you moving, grooving, and left wanting more. We were so happy to have Banta perform at Darling’s most recent Issue 8
All it takes is a few seconds into "Circles" —one of the latest tracks by machineheart —and you'll find yourself clicking repeat to keep this catchy single going. Without being overly pop-y, machineheart strikes a balance between organic vibe and addictive rhythm, with lead vocalist Stevie Scott
We don't do this often, but in the case of Kickstarter (to which we owe the production of our very first issue!) we felt it necessary and incredibly exciting to share the pursuits of one of our own here at Darling: the vocal talent of managing
Today we're pleased to introduce you to the hauntingly beautiful, yet incredibly inspired sounds of Joseph, three sisters from the Pacific Northwest who quit their nannying jobs to take to traveling and playing the West Coast. With their debut album, Native Dreamer Kin, out just
We are so excited to share with you dreamers the newest release from singer/songwriter Paris Carney. A woman who seeks to uphold true femininity with strength, integrity, and that certain joie de vivre, we're big fans of her genuine heart and powerhouse talent. Be sure
In accompaniment to singer Priscilla Ahn's “Creativity As A Confession” piece in our 6th issue, we're pleased to share this original music video with you. We think you'll really love it. To see more of Priscilla's work, find her here.
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Darling discovered the art of Emily Grace Goodrich, and couldn't help but share her stories told through lovely lines, shapes, and colors. Enjoy Emily's commentary and artwork below, and don't forget to be inspired to pick up your own pencil or paintbrush