Based out of Melbourne, Australia, the band was founded in 2010 and released their debut album, States, in 2013. Their sophomore effort, twelvefour, was released in 2015 to critical acclaim. In this interview, we spoke with Dave for a few minutes about the songwriting process, the band's artistic journey, and some of their favorite bands…Read More
We recently had the opportunity to have a lovely chat with Gordi, an Australian-based musician who is releasing her debut album, Reservoir, tomorrow. The 24-year-old songwriter spoke to us about...Read More
Three years ago, in the bedroom of Stephanie Knipe, the puzzle pieces of Adult Mom started fitting together. Knipe, a New York native who identifies as genderqueer, began using music...Read More
Imagine a six-piece band hailing from Montclair, New Jersey, a quaint town of less than 40,000 residents. Four vocalists, three guitars, a bass, some drums, and the keys. This band has revitalized what precisely it means to be an indie band...Read More
Lorde is quickening her climb up the ladder of pop stardom with her latest release, Melodrama – a collage of young adulthood and summertime beats...Read More
In March of 2016, Connecticut-based band The World is a Beautiful Place and I am No Longer Afraid to Die released a new EP, titled Long Live Happy Birthday, that marked the beginning...
This week's playlist is based off of Ocean Vuong's book of poetry called "Night Sky With Exit Wounds." Vuong, a master of language and imagery, describes the indescribable...Read More
If the electro pop-rock Loch Ness Monster devoured Lana Del Rey, Of Monsters and Men, and Christina Perri, it would next pursue the alt-indie singer-songwriter Bobbie Allen...
We recently had the opportunity to chat with Future Jr., aka Matt Nainby. Matt is a 22 year-old musician from Brisbane, Australia who recently released his first single, "Tell Me That I'm Wrong." We asked Matt about how he got started in music, the story behind the track, and challenges that he's faced as a young musician in the industry.Read More
Recently we had the privilege to interview Ryan O’Neal, the mind behind Sleeping At Last. Formed in 1999, Sleeping At Last released several records in the mid-2000s as a group before being converted into a solo vehicle for O’Neal’s music. At present his output largely takes the form of EPs, continuations…Read More