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Baby Queen Doesn't Shy Away From the Chaos and Confusion of Her 'Quarter Life Crisis'
November 14, 2023 A student of artists like Taylor Swift and The 1975, Baby Queen has no problem placing her deepest insecurities and toxic habits at the forefront of her music.
Matilda Lyn Paints an Aching Portrait of Coming of Age in 'A Bowl of Unripe Fruit'
November 6, 2023 'A Bowl of Unripe Fruit' is an introspective project, displaying a level of vulnerability not easily conjured in your typical debut EP.
ericdoa Got Us Crying on the Dancefloor in "dancinwithsomebawdy"
November 3, 2023 "dancinwithsomebawdy" is a glorious return to experimental form.
Little Monarch Brings a Groovy New Energy to "Same Old"
November 1, 2023 “Same Old” invokes an effortlessly serene sense of self.
Conan Gray Explores the Horrors of Love in “Killing Me”
October 31, 2023 "‘Killing Me’ is for when you’re on your last limb begging this person to just please stop torturing your heart.”
Author: Tatum Van Dam
Surfaces Is Quite Possibly the Most Optimistic & Eclectic Indie-Pop Duo To Date
August 26, 2019 Now that Surfaces has two impressive, self-produced albums and a sold-out nationwide tour under their belt, there's no denying that this carefree duo will succeed.
Author: Alissa Arunarsirakul
Red Leather Paints a Haunting Picture of LA in "The Only Time It Rains In Hollywood"
June 1, 2022 Meet Red Leather, the artist bridging the pain of Americana with the decaying glamor of Hollywood.
Reneé Rapp’s “Snow Angel” is a Hauntingly Beautiful, Healing Ballad
June 12, 2023 Rapp cements herself as an artist able to weather the seasons and turn adversity into art.
Author: Emily Foster