#DISCOVER | Logan Mize, Scale Model, INTL & More

Every weekday we pick one Songspace artist/track to be the featured Daily Discovery on AmericanSongwriter.com. Below is the week of 9.15 - 9.19.14.

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Name: Logan Mize
Song Title: "Used Up"
Hometown: Clearwater, KS

Born in Wichita, Kansas, Mize grew up in nearby Clearwater where he immersed himself in an eclectic mix of music ranging from Elton John to Alan Jackson. Listen to "Used Up" and catch him on tour this winter with Dustin Lynch.

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Name: Scale Model
Song Title: "Plato's Cave"
Hometown: Nashville, TN

Nashville indie rock/pop band, Scale Model, is releasing their new album “Star (Deluxe Edition)” September 30th. Sneak peak the album with their track, Plato’s Cave, below.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

Name: INTL
Song Title: "All I See"
Hometown: Nashville, TN

Individually, INTL’s four members are incredibly talented, but collectively, their musicianship and influence is undeniable. Their ingenuity comes through in the distinct brand of rock they have carefully developed over the past few years. INTL has cultivated a sound all their own, a sound that allows them to stand out in a city full of fellow creatives.

Thursday, SEPTEMBER 18

Name: Sarah Miles
Song Title: "Hear Me Out"
Hometown: Princeton, NJ

Sarah is an Atlanta-based Singer/Songwriter who has gorgeously flowing dynamics as a singer. Her songwriting is empowering, authentic, and stylistically touches upon folk, pop, and country. She has also garnered comparisons to a broad array of artists such as Christina Perri, Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood.

Friday, SEPTEMBER 19

Name: Love & Valor
Song Title: "Truly Dear"
Hometown: Burlington, NC

Love & Valor is a Americana-flavored indie band based out of Burlington, North Carolina. Known for their unique ability to cover popular songs from the likes of Johnny Cash, Mumford and Sons, Coldplay, The Band, and Foster The People, they are now using their creative skills to write and produce their own compositions.