Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Allison Weiss began using music as an adolescent in her hometown of Flowery Branch, Georgia. Motivated by pop-punk music as well as the psychological tumult of youthful relationships, she started composing folk-inspired pop-punk music of her very own, implementing a D.We.Y. ethic that could stick with her throughout her profession. Her initial EP, An Eight-Song Tribute to Sense Bad and Sense Better, made an appearance in 2007, accompanied by a full-length concert record, Live at Sidewalk NYC, a calendar year later. In past due 2009, after two even more EPs, the savvy Weiss considered the newly released Kickstarter crowd-funding system to try increasing the money on her behalf initial studio room LP, …Was Best All Along. Her well-executed advertising campaign allowed her to attain her funding objective within the initial time and triple it simply days afterwards. The Kickstarter achievement resulted in some high-exposure press, with THE BRAND NEW York Situations and Wired newspaper essentially labeling her as sort of poster kid for the brand new period of Internet marketing. Weiss capitalized for the interest with countless trips, interviews, and a good panelist slot in the industry’s SXSW meeting in Austin. She busied herself over another two years liberating even more EPs and an individual, concentrating on her songwriting and touring. In 2011 she released another Kickstarter campaign, this time around reaching a much bigger goal with comparative simplicity. Through crowd-funding, she could record her second studio room recording, Say EVERYTHING YOU Mean, and a friend acoustic record known as Sideways Classes. In 2013 Weiss authorized with No Rest Information, which released both albums later on that year.