On processing grief and loss through dreams and music. By Andrew Bundy.
I’ve recently fallen in love with perfectly matched two-piece acts like Diet Cig. These two beacons just seem meant to make magic together – their personality shines bright, intimately unafraid and inspiring.
My least favorite thing a man I’ve slept with has ever said to me was, “Aw, you’re too cute to … More
I listened to Shamir’s new album this morning and I felt the love nestled between each fuzzy note. It spoke to me the way I felt spoken to the first time I listened to the Northtown EP. The sound of something urgent, necessary, and healing.
With my limited comprehension of Spanish, I have this breathless sense of near understanding in the songs – the way poetry often inspires emotions just out of reach of the rational.
I just read this incredible breakup zine called “A Headache From Crying” by Lina Abascal (@linalovesit – go follow) and now … More
Gabriel Garzón-Montano‘s sophomore album is a sanctuary for ears tired of hearing bad news. The aptness of the title, Jardín, (or … More
As Fall descends in Los Angeles I find myself waking up earlier and earlier, trying to capture the few moments … More
Although D.D Dumbo (a.k.a. Oliver Hugh Perry) frequently invokes the ocean across his music, you won’t find any of the romantic gentle-waves-and-walks-on-the-beach … More
The Schtum EP from UK five-piece Lunacre plays like the soundtrack to a dream.