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Crowded Green Rooms, Hotel Rooms and Cars: How Julia Jacklin Made Space For 'Crushing' [Q&A]
March 13, 2019 Jacklin's sophomore album focuses on love wearing thin, love ultimately lost, and an aftermath that embraces scorn and longing in equal parts.
Author: Becca Millstein
Songwriting Virtuoso Sam Martin Chronicles a Life in Debut Solo Album, 'Alpha Omega' [Q&A]
March 13, 2019 The writer of Maroon 5's "Daylight" and Jason Derulo's "Want to Want Me" is stepping into the limelight.
Author: Anna Scholfield
James Droll's "Cut My Teeth" Is a Soulful & Cathartic Assessment on Love [PREMIERE + Q&A]
March 7, 2019 Droll's discernible ability to create dark pop songs with a comforting hint of optimism is evident in the grappling "Cut My Teeth."
Listen To Dear Boy's Bittersweet 'The Strawberry EP' a Day Ahead of Release [PREMIERE + Q&A]
February 28, 2019 The EP showcases the band's ability to craft bittersweet songs pulling from 80's post-punk and 90's Britpop, large enough for arenas, but intimate enough to be with you during your most private moments.
Author: Rae Lemeshow
Minimalistic-Pop Duo Drinker Urges Us to Go on a "Holiday" [PREMIERE + Q&A]
February 27, 2019 "It's a song about the early steps of that transition. I think I was somewhere between denial and acceptance at the time this one came through."
Louis Futon Takes Us Through the Kaleidoscopic 'Way Back When,' One Feature at a Time [Q&A]
February 26, 2019 "I wanted to use each collaborator's voice and skill set as a different color, in order to create vastly different pictures which make up the project."
Peach Tree Rascals' "Mariposa" Is as Colorful & Wholesome as the Band [Q&A]
August 29, 2019 With Mexican, Filipino, and Palestinian roots that run deep, Peach Tree Rascals is one of the most hardworking collectives we've had the honor of introducing.