Up and coming alt-pop duo The Orphan The Poet have been riding a steady momentum for the past year, and their latest single - the delightfully infectious and exuberant “The Moxie” - is further proof … [Read more...] about Feature: The Orphan The Poet’s New Single “The Moxie” Lives Up to its Title
The Happy Fits Are Still Smiling: How The World’s Happiest Band Are Still Going Strong It’s no secret by now that plenty if not all musicians had it pretty rough throughout 2020 into 2021. However, … [Read more...] about Interview: The Happy Fits
When Julien Baker apparated onto the face of the indie-folk scene in 2015 with Sprained Ankle, it was with a sense of stark minimalism that she staked her claim in the legacy of confessional … [Read more...] about Album Review: Julien Baker – Little Oblivions
Annie Scherer is watering her garden. The upstate New York native’s debut LP, Garden Bed (March 26), features nine piano-driven, confessional alt-pop tracks including prior singles “Take Me Places,” … [Read more...] about Album Review: Annie Scherer – Garden Bed
Derek Smith aka Mod Sun has stood the test of time. His early beginnings in music started in hardcore bands Four Letter Lie and Scary Kids Scaring Kids. He later went solo and showed us he could not … [Read more...] about Album Review: Mod Sun – Internet Killed The Rockstar
Trying to navigate your life at 17 can be a difficult task. When you’re a 17-year-old megastar and have won a Grammy in all four major categories including Album of the Year, it’s even harder. In … [Read more...] about Film Review: Billie Eilish – The World’s a Little Blurry
The sophomore record can be a true test of any band or artist’s worth or longevity and has gone on to define many a career. For UK alt-rock indie band Pale Waves, the group showcased immense potential … [Read more...] about Album Review: Pale Waves – Who Am I?
What does or doesn’t define punk rock has and will continue to be an ongoing discussion in the music industry. When discussing its future, however, no conversation is complete without the … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Sonder Bombs – Clothbound