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Meet Matt Watson, the YouTube Personality Who's Pretty Damn Good at Pikmin and Music
September 8, 2020 With <i>OUCH!</i>, Watson does more than deliver a promising debut EP; He delivers an emotional push-and-pull that extends far beyond the seemingly endless days of quarantine.
chloe moriondo Captures the Heart of "living virtually"
August 6, 2020 "I felt like 'living virtually' was fitting because it feels like that's essentially what we do - we're afraid to speak and leave our rooms to begin with, and especially now."
Silver Sphere's "crowd" Is an Iridescent Portrait of Vulnerability
July 24, 2020 "'crowd' is about allowing yourself to be vulnerable after building up walls with someone. It's about the hard conversations, and demanding accountability in exchange for forgiveness."
sophie meiers' "as good as it gets" Is a Lulling, Wistful Daydream
May 6, 2020 meiers is the brilliant byproduct of a generation that is increasingly finding inspiration and a sense of home in online communities.
Caro's 'songs from 3am' Is a Diverse and Relatable Pop Debut
November 8, 2019 Tackling themes of jealousy, one-sided relationships, and toxic relationships, Caro's debut is heartbreaking and heartwarming.
Author: Matthew Rudas
girl in red Scores Her Own Inner Turmoil in "i need to be alone."
March 13, 2019 "There's so many things happening all the time and it's kinda hard to keep up, I just wanna pull away from everything and be alone."
Patricia Lalor Is the Perfect Addition to Your Quarantine Soundtrack
October 21, 2020 In covering everyone from The Maràas to Radiohead, the 15-year-old Irish artist perfectly captures the powerful feeling of self-discovery.
Author: Krista Marina Apardian