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Worry Club Work Through The Stages Of Grief On 'All Frogs Go To Heaven' EP | THE NOISE
May 26, 2023 The project takes you on a journey of self-actualization through personal turmoil and the six stages of grief, using carefully crafted sonics and all too-relatable lyricism to usher us down the rabbit hole. Or, in this case, the frog hole?
Sir Chloe's Debut Album 'I Am The Dog' Sees the Rising Star Seizing Control [Q&A]
May 17, 2023 Thrilling paradoxes build the backbone of the 'I Am The Dog,' a praiseworthy debut from one of indie rock's rising stars.
Meet Momma, the Indie Rockers Who Should Be a 'Household Name' After Their Coachella Set
April 13, 2023 Momma writes the type of music you wish you could experience at a crowded college house show, shoulder to shoulder in someone’s basement.
Author: Abby Kenna
The Beths Look For Life's Purpose On "Watching The Credits" | THE NOISE
April 13, 2023 New Zealand power-pop band The Beths rocked 2022 with the release of their album Expert In A Dying Field. Now, they're back with "Watching The Credits," an infectious one-off single that was recorded during the sessions for that LP.
Dominic Fike's 'Sunburn' Is a Sun-Soaked Self-Portrait of Nostalgia, Florida, and Lost Innocence
July 7, 2023 Fike's 'Sunburn' feels less like a contender for album of the summer and more like a self-portrait painted in golden hues.
Kailee Morgue Covers Metric's "Black Sheep" for all Those Scott Pilgrim Stans Out There
August 9, 2019 "Black Sheep" is a testament to Morgue's impressive range, one that extends far beyond that of atmospheric pop numbers.
Author: Maxamillion Polo