Shilpa Ray answers our questions about the collisions of politics, commercialism, New York City, business, and art – intersections deftly soundtracked by her new album, Door Girl // Post by Misha
Loz Keystone’s debut album, To Feel Love, is a shimmering, jagged document of grief and forgetting. // Post by Misha
Lately this album accompanies me wherever I go, soundtracking a good faith agreement with a future in which I get to where I’m going happy and in one piece. // Post by Misha
Playboys is a quick tour de force. At times the songs take on a punk edge, elsewhere they feel plucked in time from the alt-y cusp of 1989. Listen to The Fontaines new Playboys EP here ahead of its release this Friday. // Post by Misha
Rare Feeling marries the yearning of youth with an aged warmth – something you want to sip slowly, something to make a hard world soft at the edges. // Post by Misha
Deep house, disco, funk, post-punk, hip-hop, big beat, future bass, and brooding synth introspection. Might as well start your own dance party? // Post by Ben
What if Icona Pop had a baby with 70s punk and then that baby grew up to be a snotty teenager who ran away from home at the age of 16 // Post by Misha
This new Playgirls EP from my friends The Fontaines has a little bit of all the things that keep me sane in moments like these and I’m honored to be premiering it for them today. // Post by Misha
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.