There Are A Thousand is soft and gentle in its melancholy. Plush bass guitar and sweet flourishes provide some relief from a story about self-sabotage. A new poem from Zach delves into the shadows. // Post by Zach
Minji Kong’s voice often blurs into the muddy, saturated guitar, and there’s something about the soft, sleepless persistence of “Defeatist” that says, “it’s ok to let it slide this time.” // 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
New single examining masculine aggression from experimental synth-popstress Rainbow Chan & my thoughts on Blade Runner 2049. // Post by Misha
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
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.
For a group characterized by various forms of musical and personal ambiguity, NVDES‘ latest single seems, well, pretty self-explanatory. Their … More
As Fall descends in Los Angeles I find myself waking up earlier and earlier, trying to capture the few moments … More
The Schtum EP from UK five-piece Lunacre plays like the soundtrack to a dream.