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Charlotte Sands Is 'Good Now' On Latest EP [Q&A] | THE NOISE
July 21, 2023 Few artists have had a rise to stardom in the last few years, quite like Charlotte Sands has. From collaborating with her heroes to realizing who she wants to be, it's been an incredible and inspiring journey to watch and be a part of.
Meet Brenn!, the Rising Artist Writing the Soundtrack to Your Coming of Age [Q&A]
July 20, 2023 Brenn!'s music speaks to listless days spent stargazing and daydreaming, and it's taking ahold of people across the world.
FRND CRCL Explore What It Means To Be Suburbanites On New LP 'Suburban Dictionary' [Q&A] | THE NOISE
July 20, 2023 'Suburban Dictionary' is a deep dive into the discontent of growing up through the lens of the suburban teenager, honing in on an emo-tinged view of entrapment and boredom.
Bird and Byron’s Debut Album Takes Us on a Train Ride Through Heartbreak [Q&A]
July 18, 2023 "We hope people think this album sounds like us. Creating this piece of work was such a personal experience for both of us, and we hope that emotion comes through in the music."
Sad Park Become Their Favorite Band On Latest Album ‘NO MORE SOUND’ [Q&A] | THE NOISE
July 12, 2023 LA emo-punks Sad Park go on a full circle journey with the release of their third album and first for Pure Noise Records 'No More Sound.'
Guardrail Redefine Themselves On Debut LP ‘Content’ [Q&A] | THE NOISE
July 10, 2023 Featuring recent singles "Silhouette" and "Joke's On Me," the LP shows the band's sound and writing style evolution, with the twelve-track body of work being the most dialed-in project the band has ever crafted with their unique sound.
Meet Mrley, the Artist Bringing His South London to the Masses [Q&A]
October 20, 2021 "I feel that as humans we need to physically connect more before a movement as strong as the punk era will ever exist again."
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10 Questions With mlbacard¡ on Her Genre-Defying Sound
November 2, 2023 Listening to mlbacard¡ feels like a FaceTime call where one minute you’re spilling your deepest secrets and the next you’re laughing at memes
Lo Village Finds Their Way Back to Themselves With 'Yellow Brick Road' [Q&A]
August 15, 2023 The substance of Lo Village’s work is culturally significant, speaking to the truth of the Black experience and every shade of that joy, fear, and expression.
Dreamer Isioma on Astrology, Childhood Cartoons, and Confronting Religion | Close Friends
June 28, 2023 Dreamer Isioma does not wish to be understood, only heard.