From the Blog
Reach Nirvana with TACHES' Chill Dance Instrumentals in 'Heart Over Heels' EP
February 5, 2019 "If you have even the tiniest inclination that you are here to create, you owe it to yourself (and the rest of humanity) to make it your mission."
Mallrat and Basenji's "Nobody's Home" Is a Serenely Sweet Sonic Treat
February 4, 2019 When it comes to finding the perfect middle-ground between wonderfully produced electronic music and blissful iridescent pop, Aussies may just do it best.
Electro-Pop Powerhouse ALMA Cherishes Life with "When I Die"
February 1, 2019 A Finnish electro-pop powerhouse with distinguishable neon green hair, ALMA is a forward-thinker who's ready to challenge the daunting concept of death.
Innovative Rocker grandson Has No Need to "Apologize"
February 1, 2019 "I first began working on this back in 2016 without a song out, broke and lost, for all the grandkids I hoped one day to meet, to tell the world we will not apologize for who we are."
slenderbodies Finds Bravery in Vulnerability with EP Inspired by Powerful Women [Q&A]
January 30, 2019 "Traditionally, masculinity is associated with bravery, courage, and all these really over the top things. Vulnerability is one of the hardest things to do, so is that not the bravest thing?"
Terror Jr Gets Both Political & Emotional with 'Unfortunately, Terror Jr' Album [Q&A]
January 29, 2019 "We both observe and soak in the world around us, so ignoring politics right now would mean putting intentional blinders on."
KennyHoopla's "how will i rest in peace if i'm buried by a highway? //" Is Pure Catharsis
February 10, 2020 KennyHoopla is the next wave.
Let Sault Walk You Through A Beautifully Orchestrated Sensory Overload
August 13, 2019 Anonymous trio Sault has managed to capture lightning in a bottle, reconstructing sounds of generations past while remaining rhythmically stimulating.
Author: Chuck Ramos
Tones and I Embraces Coming Out & Friendship in Passionate 'The Kids are Coming' EP
August 29, 2019 Tones and I weaves a passionate narrative while remaining true to what she and her music stand for.
Author: Allissa Williams