YOUNG EJECTA, KAIL BAXLEY, THE GRIZZLED MIGHTY, LO' THERE DO I SEE MY BROTHER, AND SKY WHITE TIGER FEATURED ON REVERBNATION

This month a few of our CONNECT artists have been getting involved in some great projects, touring, and releasing new music. Head over to ReverbNation to read up on their latest ventures.

Earlier this year synth-pop singer Young Ejecta was featured on Pitchfork for her latest EP, 'The Planet'. Shortly after the release of 'The Planet,' Young Ejecta headed to SXSW, did a tour supporting Shy Girls, and another national tour with Lower Dens. On August 21, Young Ejecta will take her airy vocals and enchanting melodies to CONNECT’s “After Dark” series at the Art Institute of Chicago.

LA-based soul singer/songwriter KaiL Baxley recently released his latest album 'A Light That Never Dies' a project that Diffuser described as, "laced with rich, beautiful, and haunting arrangements, all working together to showcase Baxley's undeniable authenticity."  KaiL's lyrical poetry combined with his unique sound of soul, gospel, and bits of harder rock landed him a well-deserved feature on The Huffington Post

Bad-ass rockers The Grizzly Mighty played this year’s Gentlemen of the Road Stopover Festival in Walla Walla, WA, alongside Mumford & Sons, Foo Fighters, The Flaming Lips and more 👐🏽 Here's a picture from their epic show! ⬇️

Washington-based indie rockers Lo' There Do I See My Brother just took over Vans Warped Tour Auburn and Portland.  The boys also released a cinematic video for their single "Twenty Three" and music gurus PureVolume were the first to premiere it! Listen to their heart-melting yearns here.    

It's never a dull moment with Sky White Tiger, after premiering his cinematic sci-fi video for the psych-pop single “Don’t Matter Much” on Entertainment Weekly, Brooklyn’s Sky White Tiger departed on an international tour in support of his latest EP, 'Child of Fire'. Tour stops include NYC, Mexico, Switzerland, and Spain.