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Braden Bales Opens Up and Talks Summer Plans Following Release of New EP 'NOMAD' [Q&A]
July 7, 2023 "I’ve found that I’m much better at expressing myself musically than verbally and the vulnerability I’ve felt through music has been incredibly therapeutic."
Author: Tatum Van Dam
Dreamer Isioma on Astrology, Childhood Cartoons, and Confronting Religion | Close Friends
June 28, 2023 Dreamer Isioma does not wish to be understood, only heard.
Track By Track: Gardenia Want You to Get Angry in Debut Album 'Knowing You Know Nothing' | THE NOISE
May 31, 2023 Brooklyn-based duo Gardenia have released their debut album 'Knowing You Know Nothing' and throughout the eight tracks, the band aims to tell listeners, "We're pissed, and you should be too."
Hollow Coves' 'Moments' Is a Reminder to Not Let Life Pass You By [Q&A]
October 21, 2019 "We wanted to remind people that life can actually be pretty amazing if you let yourself see the beauty in all the little things."
Author: Alissa Arunarsirakul
Scene Queen Calls Out Abuse In Music Industry in Scathing New Single “18+” [Q&A] | The Noise
March 20, 2023 Since her viral hit “Pink Rover” and her breakout EP Bimbocore, Scene Queen continues to prove that she refuses to remain silent and will unapologetically disrupt the status quo stomping on the throat of gatekeepers and misogynists everywhere – all while wearing pink platform boots.
Grandson Peels Back Layers On Stunning Sophomore LP ‘I Love You, I’m Tryin’ [Q&A]| THE NOISE
May 5, 2023 Multi-platinum alternative artist grandson gets intimate on his new, long-awaited sophomore album, 'I Love You, I'm Trying.' The LP turns the lens inwardly, resulting in a 12-track collection of grandson's most personal and vulnerable songwriting.
Metal Goes Mashup: The (John) Candy Detail Sample-Laced Music Pissing Off Gatekeepers Worldwide [Q&A] | THE NOISE
January 11, 2023 Combining their love of pop culture and ass-beating metalcore, the Girl Talk-inspired group has come together to create music that will leave you completely unsure about what it is you just heard but in the best way possible.
Author: Jimmy Smith