Tenessee pop act Superbody released a new single and video, and it’s a fantastic step forward for the band.
The year has already run more than half its course, and it’s honestly been a somewhat strange year for music.
The latest split single by Hexn is a dense fireball of a release, with scorching textures and tight composition.
Everett’s I Will Keep Your Ghost has at last returned with a bigger, sleeker sound on “Options.”
Moondrive presents an intriguing set of intricate soundscapes in their self-titled debut LP.
A guest review by Michael Minkoff, Jr. of the latest from baroque pop singer-songwriter Bomethius.
The debut EP from singer/songwriter Tina Boonstra is a solid collection of tunes that feature crisp and safe production and songwriting.
Here’s a list of things I really liked and really didn’t like in 2017.
Nashville singer/songwriter Issac Gill breaks his five-year musical silence with a remarkable, intimate Christmas EP.
Poppies demonstrate effortless focus in their debut EP, “Good.”
“The distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.” – Albert Einstein.
Anacortes “supergroup” BUFFET rebukes hypocrites in only a few short lines in the centerpiece of their debut EP.
Nail Houses displays tasteful malcontent through claustrophobic industrial post-punk in his gripping debut.
In their latest effort, Those Lavender Whales strike the difficult balance between earnestness and sincerity.
Leava challenges the notion of celebrity in his finest work yet, “The Lovely Grind.”