From the SITE
The Beaches Embrace the Pain of Being Alone in "What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Paranoid"
August 25, 2023 "'What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Paranoid' is a song about feeling intense anxiety after a breakup."
Author: Abby Kenna
Takayoshi Delivers a Burst of Emphatic 'songs that can fit in your pocket'
August 23, 2023 'songs that can fit in your pocket' is no misnomer, emerging as a tidy brief collection of songs that energize, deliver poignantly, and then shift into the next track.
Author: DJ Connor
Jean Dawson Makes Yet Another Bold Departure in "DESTRUCTION FOR DUMMIES”, PT. 2 JEAN DAWSON AS "NIGHTMARE"
August 17, 2023 As Dawson continues his trilogy rollout, the misfit superstar is paving his way through uncharted territory.
Author: Jazmin Kylene
Peter McPoland’s 'PIGGY' Finds Beauty in the Discomfort
August 15, 2023 “My whole purpose is to make art. I just try to be a vessel for it to come out past all of the overstimulation and noise on the internet.”
Author: Tatum Van Dam
Petey Makes an Anthemic Debut With Genre-Spanning 'Lean Into Life'
September 7, 2021 "My creative process doesn't have anything to do with routine, it has to do with the time and space to think critically about myself."
Author: Jolene Latimer
Ginger Root's Aggressive Elevator Soul Makes for Great "Weather" [PREMIERE + Q&A]
June 4, 2019 Blending together the charismatic nature of Toro y Moi and the intricate instrumentals of Vulfpeck, Ginger Root is breaking into the music world one irresistible single at a time.
Author: Alissa Arunarsirakul